READY TO START A CHAARG CHAPTER ON YOUR CAMPUS?

Complete the application below to start a CHAARG Chapter on your campus! We review applications weekly. Our next application due date is July 28, 2024 + will have you starting a Chapter in Spring 2025!

Share your email below to learn more about starting a CHAARG Chapter + the application process!👇

Prior to filling out the form below, check out our university list to make sure there isn’t a Chapter already at your university!

Why Should I Start A CHAARG Chapter?

  • Sharpen professional communication skills
  • Build your resume
  • Gain management + leadership experience
  • Grow your confidence in public speaking
  • Leave a legacy on your campus — check out how CHAARG impacts campuses here!

What Does A CHAARG Ambassador Do?

  • Liaison between National CHAARG + your university
  • Leads a 7 person executive team
  • Plans, oversees, + manages all Chapter events + operations [with help of an exec team ; )]
  • 10-12 hour/week time commitment!

How Do I Apply?

  • Apply here — we’ll review your application + get back to you within 72 hours.
  • Our next Ambassador training class will begin in July 2024 for a Spring 2025 Chapter launch!

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Learn more about CHAARG here + learn more about our campus impact here! You can also email any questions to [email protected]

It’s FREE to start a CHAARG Chapter! We cover all training costs. All members pay membership dues on a yearly or semester/quarter basis. The average dues for a one year membership in CHAARG are ~ $130.

Our application takes about 20-30 minutes to complete. We’ll review your application + if its a good fit, set up an interview! After your interview, we’ll share the next steps for starting training.

Training is completely virtual + consists of 10 weeks of online training modules + weekly meetings via zoom. During training you’ll become a registered student organization on your campus, put together an exec team, + learn everything you need to know to successfully start a CHAARG Chapter on your campus.

We offer a lot of support for all of our Chapter leaders! You’ll have two direct mentors from National CHAARG — one is a CLC (Chapter Leadership Consultant) + another is a RCL (Regional Chapter Lead). All CLCs + RCLs are previous CHAARG leaders on other campuses + manage 4-5 Chapters.

Your CLC will be your go to person for any questions you have while running your Chapter + will check in with you every week. She’ll help mentor you with leading your team, planning events for your Chapter, recruiting at your university, + more!

You’ll also be in a Slack group with other Ambassadors + exec leaders from other universities to network, share ideas, + collaborate together.

A CHAARG Ambassador is essentially the ‘president’ of the CHAARG Chapter. Ambassadors lead their team + Chapter on campus!

A normal week on campus includes the following:

  • Attend weekly exec team meeting
  • Attend Weekly Workout
  • Attend + lead Small Group
  • Complete weekly check-in with Chapter advisor
  • Write + share Chapter Newsletter

HAVE MORE QUESTIONS? CONTACT US!

Reach out to [email protected] with any questions! We also would love to meet you before you apply — feel free to just set up a call ✨

Here’s What CHAARG Ambassadors Are Saying…

  • I have learned so many incredible life skills as a CHAARG Ambassador -- compassion, time management, teamwork, wonderful communication + conflict resolution skills. Most of all, I have learned how to meet people where they are at... + to empower + encourage them throughout their journey!

    Sydney DEPAUL UNIVERSITY
  • Starting a CHAARG Chapter at Oregon State University was hands down the coolest thing I did during undergrad! It's a super rewarding experience where you get to learn more about yourself as a leader + inspire others as well. The community CHAARG helps you foster on campus is super special + I have made so many new friends!

    Jenna Oregon State University
  • I definitely encourage you to take a leap of faith + apply to bring CHAARG to your university because of the community it will bring to your school. CHAARG gave UCF a sisterhood that allowed many people to form close friendships + also find people to workout with!

    Gaby University of Central Florida
  • After first hearing about CHAARG, I knew instantly that's what App State needed. Despite the workload that is connected with setting up a new Chapter, the payoff is more than worth it. Seeing the impact + joy that so many girls have experienced has made all of the hard work seem so small comparatively! Take the step + create the community your university needs!

    Skye APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY