We are all SO excited for Leadership Weekend and can’t wait to have everyone back here at FSU! To celebrate, we’ve come up with 20 reasons why you should come back to Tallytown! Hopefully you’ve been following along with us on Facebook and Twitter. If you haven’t, we’ve rounded-up the first half of #Tally20. Check ‘em out below.
#1: Challenge your Seminole Club staff liaison to a game of air hockey at Fire Betty’s!
#2: Find your brick at Westcott Fountain! Continue reading
The FSU Alumni Association is excited to announce the finalists for the 2016 Clubbie Awards!
Best Seminole Send-Off — Out of State
- Boston Seminole Club
- Seminole Club of North Texas
- Seminole Club of Baltimore
Best Seminole Send-Off — In State
- Jacksonville Seminole Club
- Seminole Club of Naples
- Tampa Bay Seminole Club
Best Kick-Off Party — Out of State
- Seminole Club of Greater Washington D.C.
- Seminole Club of New York City
- Triangle Seminole Club
Best Kick-Off Party — In State
- Tampa Bay Seminole Club
- Jacksonville Seminole Club
- Miami Seminole Club
…That’s right! FSU Leadership Weekend is back!
This year’s Leadership Weekend will be held from Thursday, April 21, through Saturday, April 23. The weekend will officially kick-off on Thursday evening with a welcome mixer at Fire Betty’s Arcade Bar. Friday will be a full day of conferencing at the FSU Alumni Center, followed by the 2016 FSU Clubbie Awards at Hotel Duval. The FSU Clubbie Awards ceremony is an exclusive event for Seminole Club and Chapter leaders, to honor our volunteers’ dedication and support of FSU, recognize our top Seminole Clubs and Chapters, and announce the winners of the Club of the Year awards. Saturday morning you are invited to attend the Circle of Gold ceremony. Continue reading
The Fifth Annual Seminole Service Day was a great success! This year we had close to 50 clubs and chapters participate in the FSU Alumni Association’s coordinated day of community service. This would not be possible without great leadership and planning on the part of our Seminole Clubs and Chapters.
Members of the FSU community from all over the country came together to help make their neighborhoods a better place while wearing the garnet and gold. Seminole Service Day projects ranged from serving food in soup kitchens and food banks, building homes, cleaning up high schools and beaches, volunteering with the Salvation Army and Ronald McDonald Charities, to providing support to children and animals, and so much more. Continue reading
Seminole Service Day allows alumni, students, staff, faculty, parents and friends to foster the desire to lead for the greater good in their communities. By bringing together diverse members of FSU’s community with a common goal of service, Seminole Service Day strengthens the bond with each other and the University, and increases FSU’s visibility around the world.
Below are some tips to keep in mind for Seminole Service Day.
Before Service Day:
- Use the official hashtag for Seminole Service Day #SeminoleServiceDay.
- Help promote Seminole Service Day by posting on Facebook and Twitter starting TODAY!
- Use the hashtag before, during and after the event to spread the word about good work being done by Seminoles in your community.
- If you have not yet completed a press release, please do so now to let local news and radio outlets know about Seminole Service Day in your community. View a sample press release now.
Last Thursday we had another great Seminole Club conference call! So many topics were covered and we have all the information you need.
Seminole Service Day
This year’s Seminole Service Day is Saturday, March 19. All project information is due to the FSU Alumni Association by Wednesday, Feb. 17. For more details about service day, review the previous blog post.
The 2016 Leadership Weekend will be held from Thursday, April, 21–Saturday, April 23. Registration and more information is available on our Leadership Weekend web page.
Review the full conference call minutes below.
► Conference Call Minutes
Last time on the Real Conference Call for Seminole Club Leaders, we addressed:
- Bowl game watching parties
- Photo sharing
- Collecting constituent data
- Mid-year financials
- Leadership turnover
Stay tuned for next week’s call on Thursday, Feb. 4, to discuss:
- Seminole Service Day
- 2016 Leadership Weekend
- Open discussion
There’s nothing wrong with getting your hands a little dirty every once in a while! By planning hands-on community service projects you are able to give back to your community in a meaningful way and make a significant impact on the people you serve.
Seminole Service Day projects are a great way to get non-club members involved with your club. Members can invite friends and family for extra hands. Your club can ask local retailers to donate supplies, such as paint, hardware and tools. This helps to promote local business and promote your local Seminole Club®—while making a difference in the community.
We hope that you have begun planning meaningful service day projects and are getting excited to gather with fellow Seminoles to give the greatest gift of all—your time. Continue reading
Happy Thanksgiving to our Seminole Club and Chapter Family!
We hope you all are excited about our next conference call, Thursday, Dec. 3. As a reminder, this conference call is open to all Seminole Club and Chapter leaders. There will be two call time options for you to join — 12:30 p.m. or 5 p.m. EDT.
To participate in the call, dial 888-670-3525. When prompted for the participant passcode, enter 7985678769#.
Please indicate below which call you will be joining and feel free to suggest any topics you wish for us to cover. Continue reading
Thanks to those of you who joined in on our conference calls. We hope you found the information beneficial.
Don’t forget — the next conference call is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 3.
Click the button below to download the conference call minutes.
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