Leadership Programs


Manage Leadership Programs

  • Establish an online database to oversee and manage all leadership programs online
  • Centralize planning efforts for awards ceremonies, nominations, and other major events
  • Conduct registration and collect online payments for leadership conferences
  • Collect, review and score all student applications for leadership programs

Promote Leadership Activities

  • Create a website to promote programs and publish information to the public
  • Consolidate calendars into one leadership calendar and link with Outlook, Google, and iCal
  • Facilitate active discussions on topics such as workshops, seminars, and experiences

Communicate with Participants and Facilitators

  • Post photos and tag people from past events and other leadership activities
  • Publish events online to keep students informed about leadership opportunities
  • Conduct online polls to vote on awards ceremony themes and meeting times
  • Send mass text messages to provide instant outreach and communication

Co-Curricular Records and ePortfolios

  • Validate student involvement and leadership experiences with Co-Curricular Records
  • Track leadership hours/attendance and allow students to submit proof of participation
  • Leverage ePortfolios to track student development from the moment they arrive on campus

Build a Shared Knowledge Base

  • Generate contact books to build lasting relationships with leadership speakers and partners
  • Use files to post assignments, class notes, meeting agendas, and links to other resources
  • Collect and process all leadership related forms online to help your office reduce costs
  • Build custom pages to share information and collaborate on important leadership topics
The students that are coming to campuses not only want technology, but they expect it. The response to OrgSync that we have received on our campus from students thus far has been overwhelmingly positive. Actually, it has been more like “it’s about time".
Sarah Bauer
Director of LEAD (Leadership, Engagement, Action, Development)