It's All in the Details: Successful Event Planning
Kristi Gundrum Kebinger, Paul Spangle, Alicia Erwin, Aaron Donaghey
Mon Jan 11, 06-07:30pm, W20 Coffeehouse
Tue Jan 19, 01-02:30pm, W20 Coffeehouse
No limit but advance sign up required (see contact below)
Repeating event. Participants welcome at any session
Events are essential to most organizations--they are used to raise money, celebrate your mission or purpose, recognize accomplishments, and provide a forum for idea exchange and as a vehicle for education. With such a variety of purposes, understanding the how-to of successful event planning is an essential tool. Learn how to run planning meetings, develop a budget, seek donations, manage volunteers, produce task lists, assemble needed materials, seek publicity, work with vendors, and anticipate human behavior. Information on planning events on MITís campus will be highlighted. Open to MIT students, faculty and staff.
Note: This is the same course offered twice, please only register for one class at the URL below.
Contact: Kristi Gundrum Kebinger, x3-8968, http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=cklOb2hMUFVG
Sponsor: Public Service Center
Cosponsor: Student Activities Office
Latest update: 08-Dec-2009