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The idea of hosting a virtual event may be overwhelming at times (maybe even discouraging) regardless of how many events you’ve held previously. Maybe you're not getting the turnouts you were hoping for, or maybe you have thoughts such as ‘Will people show up?’, ‘Do people want to spend more time in front of their screens?’ leading up to the event.
By now you've probably thrown at least one virtual event. You’ve probably learned some things for yourself along the way, however, if you’re looking for some extra tips here are three ways you can make your next virtual event even better!
COVID-19 has been impacting students and student associations across Canada for well over a year now. For the most part, students are attending classes online and associations are operating virtually. And while the vaccine rollout is a step in the right direction, it still will take some time before many of us are fully back on our campuses. In the meantime, we have compiled a list of five things you can implement to make your virtual student association more successful.
If you’ve been humming and hawing about whether you should join COCA (the Canadian Organization of Campus Activities) or not, look no further. In this blog post we’ll delve into a few reasons that are sure to make you think ‘why wasn’t I a member before?
College is meant to be more than just class, it’s full of different experiences! However, many students may feel like they are currently missing out on these experiences – campus concerts, on-campus events, clubs, etc.
A note from COCA's Board Chair Andy Hall about this year's Virtual Student Life Summit!
Ok. This decision really sucked. It was hard to make. We didn’t want to make it, but we ultimately had no other options.
The spread of the COVID 19 virus has, and will affect us both personally and throughout our organizations. We wanted to let you know that COCA is already working across the networks with our peer organizations, and many SU/SA partners to determine the best course of action.
What is block booking you ask? It’s a strategy to maximize the student experience by doing more with less.
This blog post will be some Inception level writing. Ok, maybe not that brilliant, but what I’m getting at is that this blog post will discuss the importance of blogs, while being posted… on a blog. S
Whether you’re a beginner or a guru, the event planning world is beautiful, stressful, multi-dimensional, unique, exciting, confus- you get the point.
You may have noticed that the Canadian Organization of Campus Activities, aka COCA is launching a new conference experience for student leaders and professionals in the field of events, marketing and club administration for student associations across Canada.