Beedie Leadership Training

Leadership Training

Planning It Right 

Developing the foundational skills to successfully plan events in student organizations 

 What is Planning It Right?

Whether you are interested in planning an event or responsible for a planning a banquet, conference, social, or fundraiser in a student organization, Planning It Right will help you understand how to successfully prepare and execute a successful event. Program subjects include, timelines, team management, budgeting, marketing, logistics, and venues. 

What is included in Planning It Right?

  • Online - Canvas course June 4th - July 27th
  • One day in-person workshop July 28th 
  • Planning It Right certificate upon program completion
  • Event planning resources   

 This program is for BBA Business students and students holding roles in Beedie student organizations. 

Planning it Right 2019 registration will open in 2019 



Beedie Protégé

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Developing the skills to empower Beedie’s emerging leaders

What is Beedie Protégé?

Beedie Protégé is a personal development and leadership program for first-year Beedie students. With sessions on self-awareness, personal communication, time management, and more, students will leave the program with a greater understanding of themselves, as well as the confidence and skills to get involved with co-curricular opportunities.

  • Self Awareness:  learn  what your strengths are and how to best utilize them in a team environment
  • Personal Communication:  learn strategies and techniques to be a more effective communicator   
  • Time Management: learn how to organize, plan, and divide your time effectively between academic, personal, and co-curricular involvement
  • Team:  learn how to work in team settings and develop the skills to work through conflict, and challenges that can occur when working with peers.  
  • Co-Curricular: With so many co-curricular opportunities to choose from, explore and find the best fit for what you hope to achieve with your time at Beedie

Who can participate?

Beedie Protégé is for first-year students. Whether entering from high school or transferring into Beedie, students who are in their first year and wanting to gain leadership skills can apply for the Beedie Protégé program. Participants must have a drive, commitment and interest in taking on greater leadership roles within Beedie. 

When is Protégé?

Beedie Protégé 2019 will have two cohorts. You can choose to participate on Wednesday or Saturday session. 

  • Wednesdays (5 Sessions) from 12:00pm - 4:00pm
  •  Saturdays (5 sessions) 10:30am - 3:00pm 

On Saturday March 16th there is a mandatory final session for students in both the Wednesday and Saturday sessions. 

Applications for Beedie Protégé 2019 are now open. Apply Here. Applications close Dec. 23rd

There is a $20.00 fee for the Protege program, this fee includes the sessions and ticket to attend a signature event. 

If you have any questions or would like further information please email kimberly_paris@sfu.ca 

IMPORTANT DATES

2018-12-16

DEC

5-16

Final exam period

2018-12-14

DEC

14

Final grad application deadline for students finishing coursework in Fall 2018

2019-01-03

JAN

3

Classes start

2019-01-09

JAN

9

Last day to add classes, swap classes, change tutorials using goSFU

2019-01-16

JAN

16

Last day to drop a class using goSFU without a withdrawal notation of “WD” for the course on your academic record. If withdrawing from all classes, a withdrawal notation of “Withdrew YYYY-MM-DD” will be added to your academic record

2019-01-16

JAN

16

Tuition due

2019-02-06

FEB

6

Last day to drop a class using goSFU, with a withdrawal notation (WD) on your academic record

2019-02-15

FEB

15

Early deadline to apply and pay for the early application fee on goSFU for graduation in June 2019 convocation ceremonies, if you are completing degree requirements in the Spring 2019 term. Note that the graduation fee will be charged for each degree, diploma and certificate for which you are applying

2019-04-12

APR

12

Final deadline to apply and pay for the regular application fee on goSFU for graduation in June 2019 convocation ceremonies, if you are completing degree requirements in the Spring 2019 term. Note that the graduation fee will be charged for each degree, diploma and certificate for which you are applying