CMIT LEAD (Leadership Education and Development)

CMIT LEAD (Leadership Education and Development) will be a weekly club where students will participate in leadership activities and discuss leadership-related topics to refine and practice their leadership skills.

The Goals of the Club are to better understand leadership-related topics, practice and refine leadership skills, and provide a space for leadership development and training. Members should come prepared to discuss and practice, be present both physically and mentally, and be open to learning and development.

*Per county policy, all members must have a 2.0 GPA or higher*

CMIT LEAD will meet on Monday’s virtually through Google Meet from 3:00-4:00pm.

Interested in joining?

Please complete this interest form!

INTEREST FORM: https://forms.gle/p5m6Y4BjCaYzcttJ6

CLUB DESCRIPTION AND ANNUAL PLAN

CLUB NAME: CMIT LEAD (Leadership Education and Development)
CLUB SPONSOR: Natalie Gaudette
CLUB SPONSOR E-MAIL: ngaudette@cmitacademy.org
MEETING DAY(S) : Mondays
MEETING TIME : 3:00-4:00pm
MEETING FREQUENCY :  Weekly

 

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THE CLUB?
Provide concrete leadership training for CMIT students. 

 

CLUB DESCRIPTION
CMIT LEAD will be a weekly club where students will participate in leadership activities and discuss leadership-related topics to refine and practice their leadership skills. 

 

THE GOALS OF THE CLUB
1 Better understand leadership-related topics
2 Practice and refine leadership skills
3 Provide a space for leadership development and training

 

SOCIAL MEDIA & WEBSITE: 

How can this club support the school website and the school`s social media accounts?

Members can report out on leadership practices learned and write articles about leadership-based topics. 

 

How can this club support school activities such as;

Spirit Week, BHM, Open House, CMIT club expo, etc?

 

TBD

 

CLUB RULES/EXPECTATIONS

List below the club norms and rules each member should follow: 

  1. Come prepared to discuss and practice!
  2. Be present physically and mentally
  3. Be open to learning and development

 

CLUB ANNUAL PLAN
WEEK BRIEF PLAN OF THE MEETINGS

/EVENTS/ACTIVITIES/FUNDRAISINGS ETC.

OCT 5-9 Weekly Club Meeting
OCT 12-16 Weekly Club Meeting
OCT 19-23 Weekly Club Meeting
OCT 26-30 Weekly Club Meeting
NOV 2-6 Weekly Club Meeting
NOV 9-13 Weekly Club Meeting
NOV 16-20 Weekly Club Meeting
NOV 23-27 Weekly Club Meeting
NOV 30-DEC 4 Weekly Club Meeting
DEC 7-11 Weekly Club Meeting
DEC 14-18 Weekly Club Meeting
DEC 21-25 Weekly Club Meeting
JAN 4-8 Weekly Club Meeting
JAN 11-15 Weekly Club Meeting
JAN 18-22 Weekly Club Meeting
JAN 25-29 Weekly Club Meeting
FEB 1-5 Weekly Club Meeting
FEB 8-12 Weekly Club Meeting
FEB 15-19 Weekly Club Meeting
FEB 22-26 Weekly Club Meeting
MAR 1-5 Weekly Club Meeting
MAR 8-12 Weekly Club Meeting
MAR 15-19 Weekly Club Meeting
MAR 22-26 Weekly Club Meeting
APR 6-9 Weekly Club Meeting
APR 12-16 Weekly Club Meeting
APR 19-23 Weekly Club Meeting
APR 26-30 Weekly Club Meeting
MAY 3-7 Weekly Club Meeting
MAY 10-14 Weekly Club Meeting
MAY 17-21 Weekly Club Meeting
MAY 24-28 Weekly Club Meeting

 

*The club will support the planning and execution of period leadership seminars for younger students – Dates are TBD