In the 2013 Hult San Francisco had 17 clubs — but 2014 over 60 clubs! Besides from the increase on the amount of students that the school had from one year to another, it seems that this year’s students are extra motivated into creating something great!
When speaking with Linda Miles, representative of Hult regarding student organizations, she mentioned that one of the hardest parts of creating a club is getting your thoughts together and deciding exactly what you want to do with the club. Some leaders have a very clear idea from the start, some other know that they want to do something but don’t have an exact idea on how to do it and other know that they would like to lead a club in a particular field, but are lacking on a clear plan.
At Hult we as students have a very intensive one-year program, and many times people commit to something that are later not able to fulfill. So time management is definitely something to consider. Not only for club leaders but also for club members.
Maintaining engagement from the club members along the year is very tough. Assignments, finals and other clubs commitments make it harder and harder for people to attend meetings, and spend a lot of extra time for your particular club. So make sure you have something good and interesting for the club members. Something good to offer!