HLS Event Scheduling Update
Student Leader Toolkit
The HLS Student Leader Toolkit is a great list of resources and tools to help develop strong leadership skills. The Harvard Law School Library has also compiled a comprehensive Libguide with additional tools for leadership development.
Free AV/Media Services
Official HLS organizations and journals do not have to pay for personal laptop plug-in, projector, sound, and up to two microphones per event if the room is equipped. Email Mark Jefferson at email@example.com for more information.
Have leftover food from an event or meeting? Bring it to the Student Org Workroom, WCC 2062, and email firstname.lastname@example.org to let people know. To join the listserv, email Mark Jefferson at email@example.com.
Event Poster Printing
DOS will print up to 20 posters per event for free for officially recognized HLS organizations and journals. Email an 11”x 17” PDF to firstname.lastname@example.org for printing. The DOS front desk will reach out to confirm the posters have been printed. Pick up posters in the Dean of Students Office, WCC 3039, Monday-Friday between 9 AM and 5 PM.
Student Organizations and Journals have a shared Google Calendar to document dates and times for events, conferences, and meetings. This calendar is meant to help organizations avoid significant overlap for events and conferences. Email Mark Jefferson at email@example.com to get access to the calendar.
HLS Email Account
Official HLS Student Organizations and Journals may request an HLS email account. Email Mark Jefferson at firstname.lastname@example.org to create an account or to reset the password of your organization’s email account. All HLS email accounts must be in the format email@example.com.
To get a parking permit for a guest, visit the Daily Visitor Parking Permits Online Purchase System. Sign in as a student. You will want to select the 10 Everett St. parking garage. You will need your guest’s license plate number and state for the permit. Use your org’s HUECU debit card to pay for the permit.
Student Org Workroom
The Student Organization and Journal Workroom is located on the second floor of WCC in 2063. The space is a social and collaborative gathering area for organizations and journals to plan events, conferences, symposia, and more. The space is not meant to be an area reserved for quiet study, but, rather, a space reserved for conversation, building camaraderie, and organization and journal related activities. Official HLS Student Organizations and Journals can reserve this space for meetings, workshops, and events. To reserve this space, email Mark Jefferson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All official HLS student organizations can create a website through WordPress. Email email@example.com to get started.
Once you get your login/password and instructions via e-mail, you can choose a design using the following steps: