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© 2011. CoreNet Global. All rights reserved. CoreNet Global Chapter Young Leader Tool Kit Segment 2: Event/Program Planning
© 2011. CoreNet Global. All rights reserved. Land Aid Softball Fundraiser & Field Project Purpose Lessons Learned Recommended Pricing Details: Time (of day, event duration) Refreshments Audience Invite Attachments Have Questions? Need Advice? SME Contact Information: Nicholas Winter, London Chapter, email@example.com, +44 (0) 7870 993 093 firstname.lastname@example.org Make sure teams are organized for Softball, hire an umpire End of day timing allowed for attendees to get some work in before Softball This is a two pronged Charity event. The first event is a Summer Softball tournament and the second event is the Land Aid field charity project (decorate bedrooms in local youth hostel). a)Raise money for a local charity connecting CoreNet with Community b)Build Young Leader Membership Young Leaders 3pm on a weekday, then pub to follow Drinks sold at Softball tournament and refreshments provided at field project Mandatory donations required for participants
© 2011. CoreNet Global. All rights reserved. Young Leader Golf Shootout Purpose Lessons Learned Recommended Pricing Details: Time (of day, event duration) Refreshments Audience Invite Attachments Have Questions? Need Advice? SME Contact Information: Stephanie Denton or Scott Steuber, Southern California Chapter 1 mentor to 3 Young Leader per foursome Mentors are Free Don’t try for 18 holes - 9 holes is great for mentors with their lack of time. Young Leaders and Mentors Afternoon- 3:00 pm start time with evening cocktails post-golf. Refreshments Give young leaders the chance to play a round of golf with a mentor. $50-60 per young leader depending on course From SoCal
© 2011. CoreNet Global. All rights reserved. Charity Skeeball Tournament Purpose Lessons Learned Recommended Pricing Details: Time (of day, event duration) Refreshments Audience Invite Attachments Have Questions? Need Advice? SME Contact Information: Carolinas Chapter Kristin Bender (704.731.3518 / email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org Kevin Jenkins (704.512.8918 / email@example.com)firstname.lastname@example.org Don’t worry about scheduling too many ‘games’ to fill time. Everyone will be enjoying networking. If possible, have an ‘outsider’ be organizer of the tournament during the evening. They’ll help to keep the games running smoothly while you can network. May have scheduled event too long for middle of the week. Some stayed past 10pm, but others trickled out some time after they were eliminated. This event gives young leaders a chance to get together and enjoy a fun night out with each other, network with board members, raise money for one of the chapter’s causes (in the Carolinas’s case, the UNCC Belk College School of Real Estate). YL Members, YL Prospects, Univ RE Students, Board Members Time: 6pm – 9/10pm Appetizers served throughout evening $20 members $25 non-members Includes: two drinks tickets, appetizers, SkeeBall during tournament play From the Carolinas
© 2011. CoreNet Global. All rights reserved. CoreNet YL Member -Guest Night (“Meet & Greet”) Purpose Lessons Learned Recommended Pricing Details: Time (of day, event duration) Refreshments Audience Invite Attachments Have Questions? Need Advice? SME Contact Information: Amanda Carrol, Gensler NYC Chapter, (212) 245-2762, email@example.com Event went on too long. We would have it from 6-8:30 next time. Have at a compelling venue Committee members are strongly encouraged to attend to meet new members Committee members & other YLs are encouraged to bring prospective members The Young Leaders Member-Guest (Meet & Greet) Evening is an opportunity to become familiar with CoreNet NYC – our programs, activities, and benefits of membership. Meet current members of the YL community and our chapter Executive Board. Space is limited, and therefore attendance is by INVITE ONLY to prospective members and existing YL members who bring a prospect. Current and Potential Young Leaders, including students 6:00 – 7:15pm Cocktail Reception 7:15 – 7:30pm Introductions 7:30 – 7:45pm CoreNet Global Welcome & Overview 7:45 – 8:15pm Building Presentation & Tour? $0.00 with prospect and $15.00 without prospective member From New York City
© 2011. CoreNet Global. All rights reserved. Turkey Bowl Purpose Lessons Learned Recommended Pricing Details: Time (of day, event duration) Refreshments Audience Invite Attachments Have Questions? Need Advice? SME Contact Information: Carolinas Chapter Kristin Bender (704.731.3518 / firstname.lastname@example.org)email@example.com Simple event held for anyone that wants to attend. Have a limit of only 20 since we have a small chapter & it’s free for members. Know that many will attend but not want to bowl for 2 hours, but instead come to socialize. This event gives young leaders a chance to get together for a little bowling and enjoy a fun night out with each other and network with board members. Since this event is held right before Thanksgiving, we ask that everyone bring canned food for the local food bank. YL Members, YL Prospects, Univ RE Students, Board Members Time: 6pm – 8pm Appetizers served throughout evening free members $10 non-members Includes: appetizers, bowling shoes & bowling for 2 hours From the Carolinas
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