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Student Instructors coach leadership and communication skills at ICC training events, collaborating with the Area Coordinator, Team Leaders, and other Student Instructors to run the event. 

  • Application Deadline for Student Instructors is 8 weeks prior to the event applied for.
  • You may apply for multiple conferences. The goal is to have 10 Student Instructors at each conference.You will receive notification of your acceptance to this role 7 weeks prior to the event.  Details will be included.  
  • You will have one week from acceptance notice to complete registration requirements or you forfeit the SI opportunity.

 

  

Date

Location

Airport Code

Application

Deadline

Acceptance

Notification

Registration Deadline

Aug 25-27

Gonzales, LA

MSY

June 29

July 6

July 14

Sep 15-17

Minnesota

MSP

July 20

July 27

Aug 4

Sep 22-24

Wheat Ridge, CO

DEN

July 27

Aug 3

Aug 11

Oct6-8

Columbia, SC

CAE

Aug 17

Aug 24

Sep 1

Oct 13-15

Columbus, OH

CMH

Aug 24

Aug 31

Sep 8

Nov 3-5

Annapolis, MD

BWI

Sep 7

Sep 14

Sep 22

Nov 10-12

Whitehouse, NJ

EWR

Sep 14

Sep 21

Sep 29


Please Review the Student Instructor Protocol.

 

Cost:

Student Instructors are responsible for their transportation to and from the event.  Event meals and housing costs will be provided by ICC.

 

First Conference $175.00

Second Conference $100.00 

  

Arrival and Departure Times:


  • Must arrive Wednesday, between 4-6 pm before the CFC event

  • Expect to arrive before attendees: 8:00 am Thursday - Saturday

  • You will remain until packing out of the facility and debrief on Saturday (generally 6pm).

 

Travel Plans:  Please coordinate your travel arrangements with the Area Coordinator of the conference prior to final booking.

 

Dress Code:  Keep professionalism in mind while choosing your Smart Casual wardrobe for this event. Here are examples that may help:

 

Pre conference Preparation: All Student Instructors are required to arrive at the conference with a platform-ready Influence Story and Team SI Greeting. Find instructions here: Influence Story Details

 

Requirements and Eligibility

  • At least 16 years of age by date of event

  • Guild Inductee (Must complete speech 10 and presented for your entire Chapter but you may wait to have the witnesses who evaluated your previous 9 speeches and induction ceremony after the CFC.)

  • Have participated as RSA and/or PREP Team within the past 12 months

  • Request a recommendation, via email, from your Chapter Sponsor, Area Leader, and Area Coordinator. As a courtesy, please include this link for your required recommendation.

  • NSLC & ASLC who are eligible and are not required to have recommendations. (please contact Mrs. Freeman immediately regarding location you intend to serve outside of your Area)  

  • Chapter member in good standing- non-chapter members 19 years and older who are interested in applying for SI, please contact your AC.

  • Complete the  Student Leadership Classroom Request.  The classroom is where you will find the Liability Waiver, Student Leader Agreement and Medical Form that MUST be completed at the time of your application using the Student Instructor Online Application

  • NOTE: Completed forms will be valid for a period of one year May-April

 

Student Instructor Roles and Responsibilities


      Responsibilities

  • Commit to arriving no later than and departing no sooner than start and end times of the conference.
  • Participate in implementing the event, including tech, facility, photography, emcee, and printing responsibilities
  • Lead group activities, simulations, exercises for conference participants of all ages
  • Teach or co-teach workshops in one student track
  • Deliver presentations and/or announcements on assembly programs

      Student Instructors will…

  • Strengthen abilities to mentor and be mentored by peers, as they:
    • coach and instruct student (peer) participants
    • prepare and teach under the guidance of an intergenerational team
  • Practice leading with maturity and character, through:
    • supporting and building a team of peers
    • leading when not in charge
    • applying peacemaking principles
    • giving clear and well-planned directions to others
  • Experience what it means to thrive within and adapt to dynamic situations as they:
    • serve students of multiple ages and experience levels
    • work in synchronization with adult leaders
    • respond to shifts in direction and expectations
  • Evaluate student learning by:
    • setting objectives
    • creating opportunities for practice and feedback
    • asking conversation-promoting questions
    • encouraging goal-setting
    • debriefing activities

 

 

How to Apply

1. Deadline for Student Instructor Application is 8 weeks prior to the event applied for: 

Student Instructor Online Application
2. You may apply for multiple conferences.
3. You will receive notification of your acceptance to this role 7 weeks prior to the event. Details will be included
4. You will have one week from acceptance notice to complete registration requirements or you forfeit the SI opportunity. 

 

*Student Leadership opportunities require being a Chapter member in good standing.

 

 

Student Instructor East Asia (SI EA)

 

Student Instructors coach leadership and communication skills at CFC East Asia training events, collaborating with the Area Coordinator, Student Instructors, and fellow SIEA's  to run the event. 

 

All student leader opportunities provide training and development for our emerging leaders.


Application

 

Cost:

  • USD $195 (includes cost of 4 video conference training sessions) 
  • Student Instructors are responsible for their transportation to and from the event. 
  • Event meals and housing costs will be provided by ICC.   

 

Arrival and Departure Times:

 

  • Training begins on Monday at 5:00pm.

  • Student must agree to attend the entire portion required for role.
  • Role requires student to remain through closing program on Thursday and following debrief.

 

 

Travel Plans:  Please notify the Area Coordinator of your travel arrangements prior to final booking.

 

Requirements and Eligibility

Eligibility requirements must be met by time of registration. 

  • At least 15 years of age by April 15, 2016 (4 weeks after conference)

  • Working in YSG3, having completed YSG 2

  • Have served in any of the following roles:  Apprentice, RSA, PREP Team, Media PREP, or Frame It Up! within the past 12 months

  • Attend the 4 weekly one-hour long video conference calls prior to event to include TrueStory preparations
  • Request a recommendation, via email, from your Chapter Sponsor, Area Leader and Area Coordinator. They will use the Area Student Leader Tracking form to do this.

  • Chapter member in good standing- non-chapter members 19 years and older who are interested in applying for SI, please contact your AC.

  • Ensure that you have completed the Student Leader Agreement, Medical Form and Liability Waiver.  

 

Student Instructor Roles and Responsibilities


      Responsibilities

  • Commit to arriving no later than and departing no sooner than start and end times of the conference.
  • Participate in implementing the event, including tech, facility, photography, emcee, and printing responsibilities
  • Lead group activities, simulations, exercises for conference participants of all ages
  • Teach or co-teach workshops in one student track
  • Deliver presentations and/or announcements on assembly programs

 

      Student Instructors will…

  • Strengthen abilities to mentor and be mentored by peers, as they:
    • coach and instruct student (peer) participants
    • prepare and teach under the guidance of an intergenerational team
  • Practice leading with maturity and character, through:
    • supporting and building a team of peers
    • leading when not in charge
    • applying peacemaking principles
    • giving clear and well-planned directions to others
  • Experience what it means to thrive within and adapt to dynamic situations as they:
    • serve students of multiple ages and experience levels
    • work in synchronization with adult leaders
    • respond to shifts in direction and expectations
  • Evaluate student learning by:
    • setting objectives
    • creating opportunities for practice and feedback
    • asking conversation-promoting questions
    • encouraging goal-setting
    • debriefing activities

 

*Student Leadership opportunities require being a chapter member in good standing.

 

Student Instructor International (SI2)

Student Instructors coach leadership and communication skills at ICC training events, collaborating with the Area Coordinator, SI's East Asia, and other SI's International to run the event. 

They are commissioned to represent ICC internationally.


All student leader opportunities provide training and development for our emerging leaders.

 

Application Deadline:  December 1, 2015

 

Cost:

  • Student Instructors are responsible for their transportation to and from the event. 
  • Event meals and housing costs will be provided by ICC.
  • $ 3000 - half by 12/18/2105 and remainder by 1/27/2016

Requirements and Eligibility

  • 16 years of age by January 1, 2016

  • Guild Inductee (Must complete speech 10 and presented for your entire Chapter but you may wait to have the witnesses who evaluated your previous 9 speeches and induction ceremony after the CFC.)

  • Student Instructor or Traveling Intern within the past 6 months

  • Verbal recommendation from a Global Leader

  • Chapter member in good standing

  • SL Agreement and SL Liability Waiver should be already completed in prior leadership role.

Student Instructor Roles and Responsibilities

      See Roles and Responsibilities in grey above.

 

*Student Leadership opportunities require being a chapter member in good standing.

 

 

Student Instructor (SI)

Student Instructors coach leadership and communication skills at ICC Training events, collaborating with the Area Coordinator, Team Leaders and other Student Instructors to run the event. 

 

Cost:

Student Instructors are responsible for their transportation to and from the event.  Event meals and housing costs will be provided by ICC.

 

First Conference $175.00, each conference thereafter will be $100.00 

 

All student leader opportunities provide training and development for our emerging leaders.

 

Arrival and Departure Times:


  • Must arrive by Wednesday, between 4-6 pm before the CFC event.

  • Earlier arrival at 8:00 am Thursday-Saturday

  • You will remain through the closing ceremony on Saturday until packing out of the facility and debrief (generally 6pm).

 

Travel Plans:  Please notify the Area Coordinator (of the Area where you will be serving as a Student Instructor) of your travel arrangements prior to final booking.

 

Requirements and Eligibility

  • At least 16 years of age by date of event

  • Guild Inductee (Must complete speech 10 and presented for your entire Chapter but you may wait to have the witnesses who evaluated your previous 9 speeches and induction ceremony after the CFC.)

  • Have participated as RSA and/or PREP Team within the past 12 months

  • Request a recommendation, via email, from your Chapter Sponsor, Area Leader and Area Coordinator.  They will use the Area Student Leader Tracking form to do this.

  • NSLC & ASLC who are eligible and are not required to have recommendations. (please contact Mrs. Freeman regarding location you intent to serve)  

  • Chapter member in good standing- non-chapter members 19 years and older who are interested in applying for SI, please contact your AC.

  • Print the SL Agreement. Complete and sign. Scan and upload to Google sharing with your Chapter Sponsor.  Give studentleader.icc@gmail.com ownership to this document.  (Click here for instructions)

    • NOTE: Completed forms will be valid for a period of one year June-May. Thereis no need to complete a waiver for any additional Student Leaderapplications within that year.

  • Print the SL Liability Waiver. Complete, sign and notarize. Scan and upload to Google sharing with your Chapter Sponsor.  Give studentleader.icc@gmail.com ownership to this document.  (Click here for instructions)

    • NOTE: Completed forms will be valid for a period of one year June-May. There is no need to complete a waiver for any additional Student Leader applications within that year.

Student Instructor Roles and Responsibilties


      Responsibilities

  • Commit to arriving no later than and departing no sooner than start and end times of the conference.
  • Participate in implementing the event, including tech, facility, photography, emcee, and printing responsibilities
  • Lead group activities, simulations, exercises for conference participants of all ages
  • Teach or co-teach workshops in one student track
  • Deliver presentations and/or announcements on assembly programs

      Student Instructors will…

  • Strengthen abilities to mentor and be mentored by peers, as they:
    • coach and instruct student (peer) participants
    • prepare and teach under the guidance of an intergenerational team
  • Practice leading with maturity and character, through:
    • supporting and building a team of peers
    • leading when not in charge
    • applying peacemaking principles
    • giving clear and well-planned directions to others
  • Experience what it means to thrive within and adapt to dynamic situations as they:
    • serve students of multiple ages and experience levels
    • work in synchronization with adult leaders
    • respond to shifts in direction and expectations
  • Evaluate student learning by:
    • setting objectives
    • creating opportunities for practice and feedback
    • asking conversation-promoting questions
    • encouraging goal-setting
    • debriefing activities

View the True Story Instructions for Student Instructors

 

How to Apply

MUST apply no later than 4 weeks prior to date of event using the Student Instructor Online Application

 

*Student Leadership opportunities require being a Chapter member in good standing.

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