There are a number of different training opportunities for your student organization.  Whether these trainings are to help you manage your organization efficiently, or to access resources on campus, this page will share information and links to those tutorials and trainings.

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The Wisconsin Involvement Network Trainings & Instructions

The Wisconsin Involvement Network is supported by a company called Campus Labs.  Check out the Help Center on their website for instructions documents and videos to help you navigate the website!

Workshops for RSOs

There are a number of resources available to student organizations to help build a strong organization whether that means developing a team or developing members. Two of those resources are CfLI sponsored student organizations: Adventure Learning Programs and Student Leadership Program.  Visit their websites to learn about their workshops and to fill out a request!

The mission of the Adventure Learning Programs (ALPs) is to challenge people through adventure-based learning to discover themselves and understand those around them. We are a leadership organization that operates under the philosophy of Experiential Education where learners are purposefully engaged in direct experience and focused reflection in order to learn new skills. Read More

The Student Leadership Program (SLP) is a registered student organization that serves as one of the most active leadership groups on the University of Wisconsin campus. SLP believes the leadership process begins by strengthening individual leadership skills through involvement and reflection. The program offers opportunities to develop fundamental skills that are necessary to maintaining successful personal relationships, contributing to campus organizations and participating as citizens in our community. Read More

RSO Virtual Programs

The Center for Leadership & Involvement provides virtual programs available to registered student organizations. These are hosted monthly and with a variety of topics provided leadership, organizational, and team building skills. Listed below are the programs that have already been hosted and recorded:

The Student Organization support staff from the Center for Leadership & Involvement provided information, guidance and tips on how to best host events and meetings.

Through guided discussion facilitated by Larry Jolón, participants considered their own dominant identities and the possible organizational identity of their Registered Student Organization. Together they explored how to identify and remove barriers as well as the opportunity to examine what diversity looks like in their own organizations. Through small group activities and individual reflection, participants discovered how these lessons can be applied to both their specific programs and in their daily lives.

ODC student team members walked through ways to effectively use your organization’s WIN page to successfully run your organization virtually. They went over how to run virtual elections, effectively advertise and market your events & organization, and WIN capabilities to help manage your org!