Club Year Plan
As a Club Captain your role is to build a Club that is healthy and impactful. We recommend planning around the following areas:
- Member Education.  What are your goals for building a member base that is learning new skills throughout the year?
- Membership Building. What are your goals for growing and maintaining your membership?
- Build The Web. What impact do you want to have on open technologies and the open web this year?

Simple Steps:
1. Start with a Mission Statement (1)
2. Identify specific goals you want to accomplish with your club, this year (2)

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Club Captain's name *
Club Captain's email *
1. Your Club's Mission Statement
**Remember: This is how you’ll describe the purpose of your club to students, administrators, professors and more.**

I.e. To get students from our school contributing to Open Source projects.
(add more than one mission statement)
2. Goals
** Hint: Goals are directional in nature and help guide the writing of specific objectives that when completed, lead to the goals being achieved.**
Your Club's goals on Members Education:
for example: "Find 3 faculty members to speak at our meetings"
(please add more than one goal)
Your Club's goals on Membership Building:
for example: "Add 10 new members this year"
(please add more than one goal)

Your Club's goals on Building the Web
for example: "As a club, contribute to 2 different open source projects each semester. "
(please add more than one goal)
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