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What does an AHANA Summit Lead do? 
What does an AHANA Summit Lead do? 

Important Dates:

  • Lead Applications Open: 9/6
  • Lead Application Deadline (midnight): 9/27 
  • Lead Interviews: 9/28 - 10/5
  • AHANA Summit: 11/11 - 11/13
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Important Dates:

  • Lead Applications Open: 9/6
  • Lead Application Deadline (midnight): 9/27 
  • Lead Interviews: 9/28 - 10/5
  • AHANA Summit: 11/11 - 11/13
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Apply to be an AHANA Summit Lead:
 

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Application Deadline: Sunday, October 1, 2017 at 11:59pm

*Juniors and Seniors are eligible to apply

 

The AHANA Summit is a retreat program open to all undergraduate AHANA students. It is an opportunity to connect with other AHANA students, faculty and staff, and alumni. It is also a space where you can share your story and experiences. There will be themed talks and small groups facilitated by AHANA Summit Leads.

 

What is an AHANA Summit Lead? 

An AHANA Summit Lead prepares over a five week period to give a themed talk, facilitate a small group, and help build community. AHANA Summit Leads are upperclassmen AHANA students. You do not need previous AHANA Summit experience to lead the AHANA Summit!

 

Who can apply to be an AHANA Summit Lead? 

All junior and senior AHANA students are welcome to apply to lead the AHANA Summit. We also welcome AHANA juniors and seniors who have not led retreats or other programs in the past. 
 

What's the commitment? 

  • 5 Lead Meetings, the 5 weeks leading up to the AHANA Summit 
  • A Few Talk Coaching Sessions, in preparation to give your AHANA Summit talk about a theme (past themes included: transitioning from home to Boston College, the challenge of academics, involvement at BC & privilege)
  • A Participant Recruiting Event, you will have an opportunity to help with the recruiting efforts and meet AHANA students first hand
  • The AHANA Summit, November 10-12, 2017 (Fri-Sun)
 

Why should I become an AHANA Summit Lead? 

You will have fun leading a great group of AHANA students and being a key player in enhancing the AHANA community here at Boston College. It will be an opportunity to be an upperclassmen leader that younger AHANA students look up to. You will also work with the Center for Student Formation Staff and develop small group facilitation skills, public-speaking skills, and additional leadership skills, 

Please contact Joi Dallas at dallasj@bc.edu with questions.

 

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Fall 2016 AHANA Summit Leads