Send Your Students to NCCWSL in 4 Steps

University of Wyoming students host their own leadership event after attending NCCWSL.

University of Wyoming students host their own leadership event after attending NCCWSL.

So you’re ready to transform your students into the next generation of leaders at the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL). That’s fantastic! But where do you begin?

We interviewed a few of NCCWSL’s longest-serving and most successful campus professionals to discover their secrets to success. Below, please find the four steps they outlined for sending you and your students to NCCWSL. Don’t wait to get started — registration is open now!

We’ve also outlined how to set stretch goals and take these steps to the next level in order to make even more of an impact.

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Step 1: Build your NCCWSL network.

Step 2: Develop your budget and fundraising goals.

Step 3: Make the ask and then follow up.

Step 4: Select your NCCWSL group

After these four steps, you and your students will be on your way to NCCWSL! Now it’s time for the main event. Here are a few tips on how to make sure you and your students make the most of the conference.

Pro tip 1: Host a pre-NCCWSL orientation.

Pro tip 2: You’re coming too, right?

Pro tip 3 (Don’t skip this one!): Demonstrate the return on investment

Georgian Court University students fundraised to collect feminine needs/products for women in shelters and third world countries after attending NCCWSL.

Georgian Court University students fundraised to collect feminine needs/products for women in shelters and third world countries after attending NCCWSL.

What’s next?

Starting again at step one, of course! This time, implement lessons you learned along the way, and embrace a few of our stretch goals to take it to the next level with a new prospective supporter. In time, we may even reach out to you for your expert advice!

NCCWSL … it’s leadership redefined. Make sure your students don’t miss this opportunity!
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