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Collaborate to Celebrate

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Kate Howie

on 12 August 2013

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Transcript of Collaborate to Celebrate

Guidebook App
Social Media
Sandwich Boards
Flyers - miamiflyers.com
Website - homecoming.ncsu.edu CASE ASAP District III Award Winner
Collaborate to Celebrate:
NC State's 125th Homecoming

125th Homecoming
- 2013 DIII Tried and True Program of the year
- Celebratory year for NC State
- Increased budget $47,500 > $235,000
- Push for larger and more events
- 34 events, 6 days
- 18 planned, programed, executed by AASAP
- 16 scheduled with and managed by AASAP
- Collaboration with 26 College and Campus entities

Collaborative Events
Homecoming 5K
Red, White, Rock
Blood & Food Drives
Cupcake War
Paint the Tunnel
Friday Music Fest
Pack Howl
Classes w/out Quizzes
Advertising and Marketing
Future Collaboration:
asking for (more) major dollars
Taylor York
AASAP President
Business Administration - Finance
Mt. Airy, North Carolina
Kate Howie
AASAP Homecoming Director
Business Administration - Operations
Waxhaw, North Carolina
North Carolina State University
- Raleigh, North Carolina
- Mascot: Wolfpack
- Student Body: 32,000

Alumni Association Student Ambassador Program
- 25 Ambassadors
- Closed membership
- Recruitment in the Spring
- Governing body of Student Alumni Association
> 2,000+ members
> $25 yearly or $75 for four years (open)

Collaboration: basics
- FORGET: taking credit

- TARGET: key areas of improvement

- IDENTIFY: the campus experts

- ENCOURAGE; inclusive opportunities
getting non monetary buy-in
- 125th Homecoming example
- Inter-Residence Council spirit teams
- Started Homecoming Advising Board
- Included target areas (IRC)
- Gave buy-in to decision making
- Developed relationship with leaders
- Make the ask!
gaining small monetary buy-in
- Similar to non-monetary
- Establish initial conversations, EARLY!
- Explain the value of your event
-Focus on how it benefits other group
- Offer advertising (giving credit)
- Make the ask!
- SGA now pays for Paint the Tunnel
asking for major dollars
NOW - AASAP has $75,000
NOW - SG offsets $2,500
Now >30% non-greek participants
Jim Gresham
Coordinator of Student Programs
Master's - Higher Education Administration
Virgina Tech
- May take more than one Fiscal Year
- Ex: Pack Howl concert
- Why pass it off?
- Financially pass a major event
- Same as others, building conversations
- Teamed with Activity Board
- Solicited University for fee increase
Taylor | aasap_president@ncsu.edu

Kate | ncsuhomecoming@ncsu.edu

Jim | jim_gresham@ncsu.edu
- Utilize department executives
- Establish raport with EO's
- Use previous successes to
develop future accomplishments
- Make the ask!

V. President
Alumni Association
Wear Red, Get Fed
Future - AB has $120,000 student fee
Case ASAP 40th Annual Network Convention
August 8th - 10th, 2013 | New Orleans
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