Tri-Alpha Executive Board
To promote community-based principles and shared responsibility, we are moving towards a circular modal of leadership for the Beta Epsilon Chapter. Ideally, we would like to have five officers total to help provide equal planning support, so one person does not feel like they must shoulder all the planning responsibilities. All members of our Executive Board will be expected to contribute to planning or implementing, setting up, and closing down each event we host.
- Each officer will facilitate one of the officer meetings each semester to help plan one of the events we are hosting. We will need to meet at least five times during the semester for 45-60 minutes.
- Each officer is expected to attend each event unless there is conflict with class or unexpected emergency.
- Each officer will be asked to introduce themselves on our NAU1stGen Instagram page and through an email blast.
- Each officer will write one email each semester to help all Tri-Alpha members understand the event they are planning with at least two weeks of notice. Currently, the Tri-Alpha staff advisor sends out calendar reminders as well once dates have been decided.
- All officers in charge of planning the induction ceremony with guidance from the Office of First-Generation Programs (currently, the Tri-Alpha staff advisor).
- One officer will be in charge of planning a leadership workshop each semester.
- One officer will be in charge of planning our social event each semester.
- One officer will be responsible for planning the information session each semester.
- One officer will be responsible for leading a fundraising initiative or a community service event.
- Officers might have the chance to help provide input for the end-of-semester All Programs celebration with the Office of First-Gen Programs.
- All officers should be a part of the recruitment process, meaning encouraging new applications for future officer positions and new Tri-Alpha members. This might include tabling on the Flagstaff-Mountain campus, posting on social media, and/or writing an email for the larger first-generation community.
This is a volunteer position for current undergraduate and graduate student members of the Tri-Alpha Honor Society. The Executive Board members should plan to be involved for at least 15-20 hours throughout each semester.
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