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==Off-Campus==
 
==Off-Campus==
 
===Local Observatory===
 
===Local Observatory===
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If your campus does not have an observatory, visiting a nearby astronomical observatory could be an entertaining experience.
  
 
===Local Museum===
 
===Local Museum===
 
Visiting your local aerospace or science museum would be a great group bonding activity. Museums also tend to have student initiatives already lined up.
 
Visiting your local aerospace or science museum would be a great group bonding activity. Museums also tend to have student initiatives already lined up.

Revision as of 15:57, 2 September 2019

On-Campus

Depending on what your school has and the creativity and interest of each group the kinds of activities available to each chapter are limitless.

Team Building Activities

Making members work together to solve problems and bond greatly contributes to maintaining a cohesive chapter below are some examples of events you can implement to improve communication and bonding between chapter members.

Mentoring - Pair younger students with older students based on major, similar interest and hobbies.

Newsletter - Forming a group of students who are responsible for writing a monthly chapter newspaper.

Book Club - Invite members to read and discuss space related books.

Visit high Schools - Ask for student volunteers to visit local high schools to educate younger students about space.

Night-time stargazing and snacks

Shindig Party

Off-Campus

Local Observatory

If your campus does not have an observatory, visiting a nearby astronomical observatory could be an entertaining experience.

Local Museum

Visiting your local aerospace or science museum would be a great group bonding activity. Museums also tend to have student initiatives already lined up.