Boys Lead Club requires that you have five core members. This is a club, after all! Boys Lead Club must be open to any individual that wants to join. We also know there is strength in numbers! But keep in mind the number of members in your club is not as important as the commitment of those members.
Expectations for responsibilities. What you want to accomplish over the the year will help determine what elections or appoint officers. The core officer positions are outlined in the constitution above but you can also have positions like photographer and webmaster to ensure your club page stays updated and active in the Boys Lead Community.
When you are just starting, advertising is key! Make sure everyone at your school knows Students have a lot of activities going on, make sure you clearly state when and where meetings will be held. The more organized you are beforehand, the more likely students will on Instagram, come up with a fun photo countdown as meeting reminders.
Here at Boys Lead, we value all clubs equally because we know every club has the potential to empower boys in their community and around the world. While some suggested club activities may be geared toward the U.S. clubs (particularly advocacy challenges), we try to offer a range of activities like film screenings, community initiatives, and social media initiatives in which ALL clubs can participate. Additionally, due to shipping limitations, clubs outside the U.S. are not guaranteed a club welcome package within 4 weeks. Sending club welcome packages internationally is made on a case-by-case basis. If you are starting a club outside of the U.S, Please feel free to reach out to us with questions and concerns at Clubs@boysleadfoundation.org