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BOLD

Syracuse University’s BOLD program is a voluntary program that empowers student organizations to take charge in their leadership growth and their organization’s success.

About BOLD

The program’s curriculum is based on participation in skill-based workshops meant to engage student organization officers in active discussion and reflection of four leadership themes:

  • The leader in you: explore your strengths & discover your leadership style

  • Your influence on others: learn foundational leadership theories & the basic about leadership

  • You and your organization: develop skills and techniques needed to promote your organization’s interactions & initiatives

  • Leading in your world: discover how to make a difference on your campus and in your community

Through completing goals within the curriculum, students will develop the skills needed to successfully run their organization and make positive changes on campus and in the community. Students will also be eligible earn certificates that will boost their resume and earn rewards that will contribute to their organization’s events, activities, and interactions.

Want to know more? Scroll down for the details on upcoming workshops, about our team, and frequently asked questions.

Comments, questions, or ideas? Send us a note at syracusebold@gmail.com

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the BOLD Learning outcomes?

  • Analyze their leadership strengths and areas of improvement

  • Examine the values that shape their leadership of their organization

  • Increase their contributions to their organizations’ programs and activities

  • Apply new strategies to increase communication, collaboration, and conflict resolution within their student organization

  • Critique their organization’s mission and goals

  • Create an environment that supports the diverse thoughts, opinions, and experiences of their members

  • Integrate SU policies, procedures, and resources into their organization’s activities

  • Evaluate how they can lead their organization to create positive change within the community

BOLD workshops:

Students participating in the program will participate BOLD workshops in the following four themes:

The leader in you: Explore your strengths and discover your leadership style

Your influence on others:  Learn foundational leadership theories and the basics about leadership

You and your organization: Develop the skills and techniques to promote your organization’s success

Leading in your world: Discover how to make a difference on your campus and in your community

 

Spring 2019 Workshops

  • Wednesday, February 20th at 1pm: Event Planning & Budgeting
  • Monday, February 25th at 3pm: Event Plannign & Budgeting
  • Thursday, march 7th at 1pm: Branding & Promotion Workshop: You & Your Organization
  • Monday, March 28th at 2pm: RSO Rights & Responsibilities Workshop
  • Wednesday, March 27th at 2pm: Motivating the Middle
  • Tuesday, April 16th at 1pm: Accessibility & Inclusion Workshop
  • Wednesday, April 24th at 2:30pm: Leadership Challenge!
You can also visit our OrgSync Portal to stay up to date with BOLD workshops and other announcement!
Want to get involved? Attend a workshop! No advance sign-up is needed.

Meet the BOLD Interns!

Sue Park

Sue Park

I am currently a senior majoring in Retail Management and Marketing at Whitman School of Management. Born in South Korea and raised in Bellevue, Washington, I have a huge appreciation for avocados, sweet & salty popcorn, and white chocolate gummy bears. This is my second year with BOLD as the Marketing and Advertising Coordinator, and my excitement for the organization only grows each year! To me, BOLD is a valuable resource and opportunity for all clubs to take advantage of as well as a guiding tool for devoted individuals in the club to grow their own leadership skills.

Claire Mackman

Claire Mackman

Claire Mackman is currently a senior at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications with a major in Advertising. She is working towards a double minor in Finance through the Whitman School of Management, and Economics through the College of Arts and Sciences. She is excited to be part of the team to help make BOLD bigger and better than ever!