10 Things to Do as a Group Officer

Congrats on becoming a club officer! Getting involved on campus in clubs and organizations provide invaluable opportunities for learning, networking and developing business skills. These groups open doors for future business partnerships, leadership and professional development. Your experience as a club officer not only beautifies your resume and cover letter, but helps to hone real-world, sought-after skills such as learning how to organize events and manage time, workflow and budgets.

Here is a quick introduction to some of the most popular features available for group officers:

1. Access your management tools

The "My Groups" dropdown gives you access to all the groups you joined and allows you to manage the ones for which you are an officer.

2. Manage your team of officers

Add, retrieve and set up all the group officers under the "Settings" menu. From there, you can administrate their permissions and notifications.

Tip:  Information entered in the "Role" and "Bio" fields will be displayed on the "Officers" webpage of your club website.

3. Manage your members

Retrieve all your members under the "Members" menu. Feel free to use our search and filter features to quickly find a particular member.

Members can sign up for your group from the "Groups" page. You can also add them to your group one by one or several at the same time.

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Tip: Pending members can’t access your group until they are validated. Approve their registration in the “Members pending validation” box.

4. Create events

Click on the “Create event” button in the “Events” menu to create a paying or a free event. Various options are available including creation of multiple tickets, time slots, and waiting list.

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Retrieve the list of attendees by clicking on the event name.

5. Communicate with your members

Communicate easily with your members by clicking on the “Emails” menu. You can compose new emails using Mailing lists or Email templates and check Delivery status.

You can also interact and share with all your members by posting on the group feed. Add photos, documents, links and polls to your posts.

6. Create a form or a survey

Create and share forms or surveys under the “Forms” menu. Check out 4 popular ways officers are making the most out of Surveys, such as boosting voter turnout by organizing campus elections.

Tip: Receive an email notification when an answer has been submitted using the “Send notification” tag.

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7. Manage your website

Administer, edit and customize the club website under the “Website” menu. You can also create blogs and discussion boards.

8. Retrieve your group's transactions

Keep track and manage the group’s transactions (club dues collection, ticket sales, refunds) under the "Money" menu.

9. Manage your files

Store and share documents and photos under the “Files” menu. 

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10. Change your group's settings

At any time, you can change the various settings for your group including name, contact information, membership fees, and group sign up options by clicking on the "Settings" menu.

Create a Tutoring & Mentoring Program on Your Campus

Powerful Pairings

Help students harness the power of their network by creating a tutoring & mentoring program on your campus! Configure automated matching for tutors, mentors, incoming students and alumni.

Students connect and book time-slots online. This is a great way to:

  • Facilitate student-directed tutoring match-ups and communications
  • Set up mock interviews with alumni
  • Match club, publication and journal mentors with new leaders
  • Connect incoming students with student ambassadors

VIEW A MENTORING PROGRAM

ADMINISTRATOR VIEW OF MENTORS

STUDENTS CAN VIEW MENTORS

STUDENTS CAN VIEW BOOKINGS AVAILABLE

The new mentoring feature is now available in beta under 'More' > 'Mentoring'. Add tutors, or let them apply to become a tutor online. New tutors can add their availability time-slots online and start communicating directly with the tutors.

Just sit back and watch as students easily access tutors and mentors from within their own network! You will also be able to download reports once everything is in motion.

Join the Club: How Groups Transform Your Campus Experience

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Tailor your campus experience.

Get involved:  Clubs and organizations on campus provide invaluable opportunities for learning, networking and developing business skills. These groups open doors for future business partnerships, leadership and professional development. Initiating and participating in events allows students to experience a more robust academic and social experience that will follow them into their post-academic careers.

Get active:  What are student groups doing on your campus?

  • Conferences
  • Workshops
  • Roundtables
  • Consulting engagements
  • Fundraisers
  • Tournaments
  • Trips
  • Social events & formals
  • Guest VIP speakers
  • Discussion panels & tons more!

Groups exploration made easy.  

CampusGroups’ enhanced, accessible design facilitates quick access to your groups and positions with useful information at first glance. Students are now one click away from activities empowered by a wide range of groups including not only student clubs, but also career departments, admissions and alumni.

You can explore and search for specific groups by name, group type and categories. Easily join one or several groups at once or contact group officers directly. Gaining access and engaging in new group activities has never been easier!

For more information, please do not hesitate to contact us or to request a walkthrough demo.

Job Postings: Connect Students with Professional Opportunities

Opportunities don’t happen. You create them.
— Chris Grosser

Advertise jobs on campus

Career Departments and student organizations can now advertise jobs among students and members. The feature allows group leaders to create jobs or to upload a job description in one click.

Students can then:

  • Browse available job postings.
  • Search jobs by any criteria.
  • Display the job details.
  • Click on the Apply button. 

The Apply button can be configured to lead to a specific recruiter page or to a job form in CampusGroups.

Simple job posting, search and application

Recruiters can be given access to CampusGroups and can create a dedicated group to post one or multiple jobs on the campus job board. Recruiters can also collect applications from students.  An email notification can be sent to the recruiter to alert them that a student applied for the posted job.

The job board feature in CampusGroups helps Career Departments and Student Organizations publicize their job opportunities straight on CampusGoups in a highly visible way.

For more information on CampusGroups' job board feature, please do not hesitate to contact us or to request a demo.