March 20, 2014
ECN Brown Bag: Risk Management & Basic Event Safety
Join colleagues from EHS, GTPD, and Risk Management as they share their best practices for ensuring guests' safety at our events
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Scheller College of Business, Room 300
RSVP for the event by Thursday, March 13.
ECN Brown Bag
More information will be posted in early April.
|May 14, 2014||ECC Meeting II|
ECN Summer Field Trip Series
The Event Coordinators' Network will provide multiple opportunities to visit select partner organizations. More information will be posted in early May.
ECN Brown Bag
More information will be posted in late June.
|August 13, 2014||ECC Meeting III|
|October 8, 2014||ECC Meeting IV|
|November 19, 2014||
ECN 6th Annual Workshop
More information regarding the workshop theme and content will be posted in mid-summer.
In July 2007, the Event Coordinators’ Council (ECC) was created in an effort to centralize communication and improve collaboration among those with event planning responsibilities throughout campus. The initial ECC members realized many of their peers were also interested in receiving event management resources and that the Institute would benefit from more centralized, collaborative, and effective event planning. Therefore, they developed the Event Coordinators’ Network (ECN), a group of self-selected staff members who are interested in event planning or expanding their skill sets at Georgia Tech. In 2010, the ECC restructured to include a leadership committee—the Event Leadership Team (EVLT)—responsible for ECN strategic oversight and direction. The following vision and mission statements were adopted in 2009:
ECN’s vision is to be the primary gateway through which faculty, staff, and students coordinate events at Georgia Tech.
ECN’s mission is to provide faculty, staff, and students with a centralized repository to aid in effectively coordinating events at the Georgia Institute of Technology through its primary areas of focus, which include networking, resources, and development.
FY14 Polices and Procedures
Sharon Jackson and Willie Palmer, Business Services
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
On Wednesday, August 8, 2012, the ECN hosted it's fourth annual workshop for over 100 participants at the Historic Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech. Click here for workshop resources, photos, and videos.
Catering Brown Bag
Rich Steele, Bob Junko, and Lara Sexton – Auxiliary Services
October 21, 2011
August 10, 2011
- Welcome and Campus Resources*
- Troubleshooting: Events Style*
- Campus Resources II*
- Georgia Tech Campus Resources
ECN Participant Feedback
"As a new member of the Georgia Tech team, this workshop was very valuable. I learned so much about different resources the campus community offers! I recommend that anyone who is involved in event planning on campus attend next year."
"I thought that the conference was the best ever events conference we have hosted. I know it took a lot of hard work to pull off something that spectacular, but the results certainly reflected the efforts."
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