Select Leadership Preferences
During the Member Education process, you will serve on one of the many available committees. Within your committee, you'll work to complete Initiation Program requirements that help you experience the Phi Sigma Pi's ideals. Below, are the available committees from which you can choose:
External Relations Committee: Manages communication with entities outside the Chapter, including our local Alumni Members and Chapters. Also advertises Chapter events and activities in the media and through other campus contacts.
Fundraising Committee: In conjunction with the Treasurer, the fundraising committee coordinates opportunities to raise funds for the Chapter.
Recruitment and Initiation Committee: Starts the initial planning for the group's future recruitment efforts. This committee will also work with the Initiate Advisor.
Scholarship Committee: Plans events that uphold our scholarship ideal, such as workshops and trips to local museums and cultural sites in the area.
Service (Leadership) Committee: Organizes projects to provide hands-on or financial assistance to charities and philanthropies.
Social (Fellowship) Committee: Organizes events that allow for interaction and the fostering of fellowship.
Select your top three committees below.*
*We will do our best to honor your first choice; however, you may be placed on your second or third choice committee, based on Initiation Program needs. Also, committees may be consolidated or adjusted to best meet the needs of the Chapter.
As an Colony Member, you have the opportunity to serve on the Chapter Executive Board. These positions serve the spring semester and fall semester terms only. The elections for the spring 2018 semester will happen in late fall.
Available Officer (Executive Board) PositionsIndicate which officer positions you would like to pursue, in the order of descending preference. Please note that while we will consider all preferences, positions will be assigned based on prior experience.
President- will lead the Chapter meetings and oversee the completion of all Initiation Program requirements. The President will have weekly meetings with a National Office member.
Vice President- will oversee the planning and execution of all required Initiate planned events and ensure proper documentation of these events is submitted to the National Office.
Secretary- will record minutes at Initiate meetings and develop a communication plan for the Initiate Class. Other duties include organizing Initiate information and ensuring all Initiation Program documents are submitted to the National Office.
Treasurer- will work to obtain a bank account and create a budget for the Chapter to ensure future financial stability.
Historian- documents all of the awesome things that the Initiate Class accomplishes during the Initiation Program. Other duties include establishing social media accounts and promoting the Chapter through local press.
Parliamentarian- will be responsible for ensuring the Chapter bylaws are finalized and helping the President run the Initiate meetings according to Roberts Rules of Order.
Initiate Advisor- will execute the lessons of the Initiate meetings according to the Initiation Program Curricuclum provided by the National Office.
Recruitment Advisor- will lead the Initiate Class in planning the future recrutiment efforts for the Chapter and help other students on campus know about this great organization!
Available Committee Chair PositionsIndicate which chair positions you would like to pursue, in the order of descending preference. Please note that while we will consider all preferences, positions will be assigned based on prior experience.
Scholarship Committee Chair- Plan and execute a scholarship event for the Chapter, along with the scholarship committee members.
Fellowship Committee Chair- Plan and execute a fellowship event for the Chapter, along with the fellowship committee members.
Leadership Committee Chair- Plan and execute a leadership event for the Chapter, along with the leadership committee members.
Fundraising Committee Chair- Work with the Chapter Treasurer and committee members to organize and execute a fundraising event for the Colony.
External Relations Committee Chair- Establish relationships with the Phi Sigma Pi Chapters in the area, Alumni in the area, and other organizations on campus.
Public Relations Committee Chair- Collaborate with the Historian to create a plan to advertise on campus through local press and social media.
Please indicate your availability for weekly interest group meetings below.
A weekly meeting time will be determined (based on those who submitted availability by the deadline) and shared with you. The weekly meeting time will accommodate all interest group Officers and as many of the prospective members of the group as possible.