Being a local ACS Section Leader is a great opportunity to practice many of the skills and techniques that are required throughout your career to help you achieve your goals and be happy. This webinar will focus on the three key aspects of all great leaders and provide some advice on how to implement these throughout your professional career and volunteering roles. Leadership is something that can be learned, so please join us to learn how!
Join us for a virtual meeting lead by the National YCC’s Communication Experts. This meeting is open to all LSYCC and student Chem Club leaders. We all already know how to use many social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Snapchat as well as keep up our website. This training will discuss the social media policy when posting on behalf of the ACS, ways to link the platforms to make your life easier, and which platforms are best for which kinds of messaging.
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Organize a social event centered on sports, such as holding a golf tournament, ice skating outing, or a friendly game of soccer, volleyball, or softball. You can also plan an outing to see a professional sports team in your area!
Hold a meeting at a local brewery or winery and have the brewer/vintner talk about the chemical process of making beer/wine.
Organize a scientific symposium or poster session featuring research done by chemists in your section.
Meet younger chemists from across the country by checking out YCC programming at the American Chemical Society National Meetings.
Plan a social mixer at your favorite local watering hole or beat the heat with an Ice Cream Social.
Help out with a National Chemistry Week or Chemists Celebrate Earth Day event.
Invite ACS Career Services give a career seminar on resume preparation or interviewing or invite diverse panel speakers to share their paths to traditional and alternative chemistry careers.
Tour a local company or plant, or check out the action at a government lab. Don’t have a government lab in town? Visit a local art museum and couple the visit with a talk on art preservation, restoration, or authentication.
Host a yearly kick-off social or informational event where members can meet one another and you can survey the group for new ideas and interest.
The Program-in-a-Box kit has everything you need to host your event. Treat your attendees to valuable networking activities, an informative live webinar broadcast, and an opportunity to be part of a live Q&A with the webinar presenters. Don’t forget to order some treats to enjoy during the viewing! (more details here)
The LSYCC Spotlight is a program that highlights the efforts of a LSYCC for excellent new programming for a LSYCC, and offers great examples for programming your own LSYCC chapter might host in the future. Check out the most recent winner below, or all the previous winners here for ideas.
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