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7 Steps to Starting a Campus Reading Group [Infographic]
So you’re thinking about starting a group on your campus.
You love discussions and you’re passionate about a number of topics.
Where do you start? Will it take more time than you can handle? Will people still be showing up three weeks in?
These are all good questions, but starting a sustainable campus group doesn’t have to feel like an assignment, and it doesn’t need to be a part-time job either. This infographic breaks down the seven steps you can take to launch a group that is both fun and enriching.
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