How to plan an event? Is it difficult?

With a little planning and hard work, IDEA organizations can reach out to their communities by supporting similar events at school. Click here to know about find your events

Start planning your event!
Every event had to be planned, but with the help of a few friends and a little effort, it turned out to be a really good event. First you need to answer a few questions. What is the vision and purpose of the event? What are the ways you can achieve your goal? When is the best time to hold this event? How many people do you want to accommodate? Where can you accommodate people when you plan to hold the event? How much does the event cost? How much money and where does it come from? These are all questions that need to be answered, but taking one step at a time can help you plan a successful and successful event. To provide a framework to help you plan your event, consider the following steps:

Select the location and date of the event.
Most schools provide space for student groups to use for events. Auditoriums and classrooms are a great place to bring speakers or workshops, and a better performance to watch a movie or film. Depending on the situation, you may decide to use outdoor facilities. Since people are already at school, school nights are usually the best time to hold major school events. (Also, most people don’t like to attend these events on weekends.) You’ll have plenty of time to support your event without having to study hard for the exam. Avoid times when many people are taking the test, such as test week. Also, skip the start of the semester as you need at least two weeks to support your event. (Also, Monday is not a good day because we only have weekdays for advertising.) It may sound strange, but experience has shown us that it is best to schedule events on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday in the middle of the semester. Of course, the situation should not arise at this time. This is just a general guide.

Fundraising for the event.
Unfortunately, the organization of this event is not free. Paying for an event can be difficult, but it is possible! Student councils support student groups in whatever role, often through financial and economic support. Find out if your school’s student body funds student organizations to host events. If yes, please complete the application.

Community groups interested in development issues are often happy to support IDEA Club events through donations, facilities or resources. The Church is usually a good place to get help with this. If the IDEA Center has money, we would like to help you. Plan your event in advance so that you have enough time to raise funds. Fundraising can be a daunting task, but it can come to an end and shouldn’t stop someone from wanting a big event! Fundraising can be difficult, and we would like to help you if you have a financial problem related to your IDEA event. Feel free to email Ryan Huxley, President of the IDEA Center, “ryan@ideacenter.org”!

Animation of the event:
The key to a successful event is to promote it well. You can invest every day and raise all the money in the world, but attendance will be low if no one knows about your event. If you plan to invite the public to your event, we encourage you to promote your event as much as possible and use all available resources.

In most cases, schools allow students to post group events. Find out where and how to post these ads and post as many as you can! Placing larger campus posters in public places is another great way to spread the word. If you have the money, it would be a good idea to advertise in the school media. Many school newsletters have a calendar where student groups can report events and meetings for free. Some schools allow email notifications to all students. Use it anytime! Here’s a simple and effective way to reach a large audience and support your event.

Other methods of dissemination include the use of the electronic scrolling canopy or the use of school radio or television and the addition of school radio or news bulletins as appropriate. Community groups such as the Church are mainly attracted by the virtues and thanks to the recall of the Statute. Bulletin Silver Bulletin Newsletter who are announced are the most likely to serve communities and supports pleasure! Finally, teachers and teachers often make students by informing reports or notifications on the table. Research, feelings or religious classes have more students to learn more about these problems. By communication or submission of the announcement of this class, discover the status of many interests – but ask first your instructor!

In examining, there is a great technology and suggestions here.
• The course, the public space, the buildings of the school and restaurants
• The report is placed on a success and place in a public place.
• E-mail notifications refer to the or more student
• Campus or radio or television show
• Reviews of newspapers or recipe on the Internet
• Presentation or theft of the News of the Church
• The Flyer file has been submitted to the most relevant room with the result.
• Write in the class of blackboard or whereoolboard for events
• SKYWRITING OR SHING “Club ID” in Quality Ports … OK, maybe it’s not a good idea!

Speaking accommodation:
Accommodation speakers are a great way for schools and communities. The idea of ​​the idea is connected to many speakers, but I want to help find the message that wants to make it happen to the needs of the school. Depends on the demand for speech service, speakers can volunteer, cheap or expensive. The highest speaker will need more than $ 1000. But don’t let the price completely stop you! If done right, it would easily attract over 500 people and support the IDEA club on the highway.

The cost of a guest speaker usually includes the Hall of Fame (travel price), travel expenses, accommodation costs and food. If other groups in your area still like to bring speakers and share travel costs, you can save on travel costs. Rents can also be reduced if someone with comfortable accommodation agrees to host the speaker during his short stay.

If you bring a speaker to school, use it! If a speaker is able to attend on a daily basis, they are usually willing to attend multiple appointments during the day at no additional cost to what has been agreed. A great way to use the speakers is for students to make “favorite teachers” for lunch. During this lunch, students can invite teachers of their choice to speak at the informal lunch. Other potential actions may include the speaker’s presence in the classroom, speaking privately at IDEA, or speaking inappropriately to special students.

An application for presenters – the use of a laptop computer with Powerpoint presentations is very common today and presenters may need to rent a computer projector to display their Powerpoint presentations on the screen.