Training & Development

The Center for Student Involvement Office offers a variety of trainings and development opportunities for students and student organizations to gain valuable skills related to a variety of topics, including campus resources, personal development, leadership development, and interpersonal skills. Some of our training and development opportunities include:

  • New RSO Orientation: Starting July 1, 2016 all new Recognized Student Organizations are required to attend an in-person orientation. This orientation must be attended within 60 days of the approval of your organization agreement to become in full good standing. Learn more and register for this orientation session.
  • Annual RSO Training: Starting July 1, 2016 all preexisting Recognized Student Organizations will be required to attend an in-person training to remain in good standing for the academic year. To satisfy this requirement, at least one member of the RSO must attend the entire training session. There are several dates throughout the first few months of the semester, so pick the date that works for you. NEW DATES ADDED!
  • Student Organization Summits: This series of informative works shops was created to better train and support CU student organizations and the leaders of these organizations. Learn more information about Student Organization Summits.
  • CU GOLD: Are you interested in learning valuable interpersonal skills and growing as a leader? CU GOLD is the only free and open leadership program on campus. Opportunities within CU GOLD include: Workshops in a Box, the annual CU GOLD Institute, and the Core Leadership Program (CLP). Read more information about CU GOLD.

In addition to the above trainings, many of the CSI staff members are experienced trainers and facilitators in many areas, including organization development, issues of diversity and inclusion, and more. Several CSI staff members are also trained facilitators for a variety of personality inventories, including: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Strengths, and Real Colors. If you or a student group you are a part of are interested in any of these trainings, please feel free to stop by UMC 330 to talk to a staff member or email studentgroups@colorado.edu.