Syracuse University CHAARG
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY CHAARG DETAILS
Ambassador: Meghan Maniccia
Chapter Instagram Hashtag: #SyracuseCHAARG
Weekly Workout Day + Time: Tuesdays 8-9PM + 9-10PM
Small Group Day + Time: Based on your preference! More info to come when you join!
Founded: Spring 2017
Questions? Read the CHAARG Chapter FAQ here!
Meet the Ambassador
Hello there + Welcome to Syracuse CHAARG!
My name is Meghan + I am the Ambassador of Syracuse CHAARG! I am so excited to invite you into our community of positive, encouraging + empowering women! We at Syracuse CHAARG want to help each + every girl to reach their full potential ++ become the best version of themselves! Being a part of CHAARG will not only allow you to find your fit, but it will also help you in finding yourself during your time in college! CHAARG is for all levels of fitness + is all about pushing yourself to become your best self! What are you waiting for? Come sweat it out with us + join the Syracuse CHAARG family! We can’t wait to see you become a part of this amazing community!
WHAT WE’RE EXCITED FOR THIS YEAR
Upcoming Sweat Sesh: Trillium Fitness — this studio has SO many fun different group classes!
Small Group Times: These will be announced from our Exec Team within the first 3 weeks of the Semester! We’re confident you’ll find a time that works for you : )
This Semester’s Socials: We are currently planning some amazing socials for our CHAARG community to get to know other Chapter members + get involved on campus, but we are most excited for our protein ball baking social!
Meet the exec team
Here’s what #syracuseCHAARG girls are saying…
Why should someone join CHAARG?
They should join if they are looking for a supportive community of girls all working towards a healthy lifestyle! // Courtney [courtneyt_inchaarg]
Why did you join CHAARG?
For a supportive and fun community to push me out of my comfort zone! // Phoebe [phoebebennett_inchaarg]
Read about us
Citrus TV News // SU CHAARG Empowers Women on Campus
The Daily Orange // Charged Up: Student brings empowered program to Syracuse