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AHANA+ Summit Lead

information for junior and senior ahana+ students

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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: Friday, November 16, 2018 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 four 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.

 

Who can apply to be an AHANA+ Summit Lead? 

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

What's the commitment? 

  • 4 Lead Meetings, the 4 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 firsthand
  • The AHANA+ Summit, February 22-24. 2019 (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 can 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 Sanaz Mohseni (mohsenis@bc.edu) or Joi Dallas (dallasj@bc.edu) with questions.

 

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Fall 2016 AHANA Summit Leads