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Tips for starting a new club in high school?

Hello, I want to start a new club at my high school, but I have no idea where to start. Can anyone who has successfully started a club give me some advice? How do you get people interested and create a strong foundation for the club?

7 months ago

Hi there! Starting a club in high school can be an exciting endeavor. Here's a general outline to help you get started:

1. Choose a topic: Pick something you're passionate about and that you think others will be interested in as well.

2. Find a faculty advisor: Look for a teacher or staff member who shares your interest and is willing to support and guide your club.

3. Draft a club constitution: Write a brief document outlining the structure, goals, and activities of your club.

4. Seek approval: Submit your club proposal to school administration or student council for approval, following your school's specific guidelines.

5. Advertise: Once approved, spread the word through posters, social media, or announcements. Host an introductory meeting where potential members can learn more about the club. Ideally, get some of your friends to join up front so that your first meetings have some guaranteed attendees.

6. Plan regular meetings and activities: Establish a consistent meeting schedule and organize engaging activities or events to keep members interested.

7. Delegate roles: Assign roles (president, vice-president, treasurer, etc.) to members to help manage the club and ensure its success. Running a club is a lot of work, and no matter how passionate you are, you won't be able to do it all on your own.

Best of luck starting your club! With passion and organization, you can create a strong foundation for it to thrive.

7 months ago

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