Overview of program levels
- Multiple programming events per month
- Weekly or twice-monthly communication reaches >50% of men
- Leadership and advisors integrated with other clubs & affinity groups
- Training and skill-building for leadership and active members
- Strategy to reach all men with targeted programming
- Two to three events per term
- Two to three club leaders; five to fifteen active members; program reaches 20% of men
- Readily available resources for those who want to learn more
- Structured transition process including leadership recruitment strategy
- Consistent communication to members and intermittent participants
- One event per term
- Handful of leaders and active members
- Official recognition from school
- Clear relationship and accountability to women's group
- Defined mission statement, goals and metrics, membership
- Once-per term communication to active members
Train committed members to be workplace allies
Structure, quality activities, and reflection go a long way
EVents and programming
Have an inaugural event for your club kicking off the academic year
Small Group Conversations
Small groups discuss gender dynamics, current events, hot topics.
Scenarios / Role Plays
Participants practice responding to different, real-world scenarios
Book a speaker. Could be an expert, a D&I professional, an alumni leader.
Casual Lunch or Drinks
Invite participants to discuss current events and hot topics over lunch or drinks
Assemble a panel to speak on a topic and do Q&A with the audience
BEST PRACTICES for organizing
Perfect your mission statement
Structure Your team
Utilize your team to maximize impact
What are you teaching? What are your goals?
Prepare classmates for workplace allyship
Improve your programming through feedback
Should members pay? What is a member?
Communicating about equity
How would you respond to the following?