240 CSC Has Its Groove Back

Programming Lab 1

A few weeks ago, the Center for Student Involvement introduced The New CSI and presented the newly renovated Programming Lab in 240 Curry Student Center.  The new space was designed to facilitate a more collaborative work environment and allow for more student organizations to utilize the space.  The Lab now features ample seating, whiteboard tables, temporary storage, printing enabled computers, meeting areas, a leadership library, and many other resources.

Student leader, Matt from Acting Out, utilizes the workspace in 240.
Student leader, Matt from Acting Out, utilizes the workspace in 240.

But, CSI didn’t stop at simply redesigning the space.  Instead, CSI also designated 240 CSC to serve as the home of the brand new Center for Student Involvement Programming Crew.  The CSI Crew is comprised of student leaders, like myself, who are available to assist organizations with programming, branding, marketing, and training/development needs on a walk-in basis.

Members of the crew are trained in CSI and general Northeastern Polices, and are an excellent resource to student organizations, especially new executive board members.  In addition to housing the Crew, 240 CSC also hosts workshops and training sessions through the SOAR program every Wednesday.  In fact, we have a few coming up next week!  You can check out all the dates here.

If your student organization needs help with leadership initiatives such as conflict resolution, communication, or running effective meetings, the LEAD 360 Leadership Consultants also hold regular office hours in the lab.  They are here to answer any questions you may have or if provide useful tips on running your student organization.

All of these resources are located in the Programming Lab, just for you.  Stop by and see us today!




Jaeda Turner,
CSI Programming Crew

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