Builders Club officer elections typically occur prior to the school year’s end or when the new school year begins. Over the course of this year, many clubs are meeting in different ways, and each school has varying policies and schedules that might affect when elections are held. These resources will help each club plan for club elections. For more guidance on the timing of officer elections, please consult with your student activities office and your principal.
a. Introductions and icebreakers.
i. Introduce officers.
ii. Introduce advisor.
b. Introduce guests — include icebreakers.
2. Old business
a. List all outstanding club projects from the last few months. What has been completed? What is still outstanding on any projects?
b. Review project assignments and make sure every member is involved. Include guests as well.
3. Club officer elections
a. The Builders Club website offers many resources to help your club prepare for officer elections, including officer descriptions, guides and more.
4. New club officer training
a. Check out these Builders Club resources for club officer training.
i. Officer guides.
5. Home projects
a. Refer to the open projects review from earlier in the meeting — review assignments.
b. Work with newly elected officers to access training resources. Plan a time for each officer, both old and new, to talk before the next club meeting.
c. Save time for project committees to schedule meetings.
6. What’s next
a. Builders Club recognizes excellent clubs and club officers. To nominate a club or officer for Builders Club 2020-21 awards and contests, visit the Builders Club’s 2020-21 awards and recognition page for more information.
Prepare for your club’s future meetings now. Listed below are the topics of virtual meeting kits that will be released every month through May 2021. Keep on serving!
March — School-wide kindness campaign.
April — Joint school-community final project.
April — Preview of year of service and planning for 2021-22 school year.
May — End-of-the-school-year celebration.