The Charger Bulletin

Treasurer’s Tip

Annalisa Berardinelli November 18, 2015

Hello everyone, I hope you are all having a good semester, there are only a few weeks left until Christmas, so keep that in mind as you struggle through the rest of you finals! Also keep in mind your...

Treasurer’s Tip

John Foti September 24, 2014

*FROZEN EFFECTIVE 9/18* This past week RSO accounts were frozen due to lack of attendance at the mandatory USGA Treasurer Trainings. Per the USGA Constitution consequences of being frozen include...

Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

Isaak Kifle May 7, 2014

Thank you!  As the semester ends and final exams begin, I would like to take the opportunity to thank all of you and your organizations for a successful year. Countless great events were planned...

USGA Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

Isaak Kifle February 26, 2014

Deadlines, Part Two While I have mentioned deadlines before, I wanted to make a special note of the various upcoming deadlines you should be aware of. If you’ve ever been interested in running for...

USGA Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

Isaak Kifle February 19, 2014

Safety should be a priority With the number of snowstorms and cancelations that have taken place since the beginning of the semester, it’s important to remember that the safety of your RSO members...

USGA Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

Isaak Kifle November 20, 2013

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” – George Santayana It goes without saying that you will want to move forward with your organizations and look at how to grow...

USGA Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

Isaak Kifle November 13, 2013

Keep track of your contacts and connections. As Recognized Student Organization leaders, you’ll often come in contact with university staff, other RSOs, as well as alumni of your organization...

USGA Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

Isaak Kifle November 6, 2013

“Let your voice be heard!” This tip is geared more towards all of the members of an organization rather than just the executive board, but every once in a while, you may be presented with an...

USGA Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

Isaak Kifle October 30, 2013

Set realistic, but flexible, deadlines for yourself. Deadlines will help keep you focused towards a goal and help break a larger project into smaller tasks. While it’s obvious that you should...

USGA Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

Isaak Kifle October 23, 2013

Be open to criticism within reason. While there are basic beliefs and ethics that shouldn’t be compromised, it is nevertheless important that you remain receptive to constructive criticism and...

USGA Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

Isaak Kifle October 16, 2013

Have back-ups for everything. When dealing with important data files, make sure it’s saved in more than one place; for instance, save a copy to your laptop or desktop if you normally keep it on...

USGA Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

Isaak Kifle October 9, 2013

A planner will (figuratively) save your life. Many of you have heard it already, but there is no piece of advice that should be repeated more than this one; a planner will (figuratively) save your...

USGA Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

The Charger Bulletin September 25, 2013

"Document, Save and Store Everything" When dealing with paperwork related to business, such as an invoice or contract, you should save a copy for yourself, whether a hard copy or digital. I highly...

USGA Treasurer’s Tip of the Week

Isaak Kifle September 18, 2013

“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” – George Bernard Shaw Continuing off of last week’s tip of communication within an organization, communication...

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