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Executive Board Member Application
What is the Executive Board?
What is the National Society of Leadership and Success? Sigma Alpha Pi is a leadership honor society (not a fraternity/sorority) with more than 200 college chapters, with the mission to build leaders who make a better world. Local chapters offer in-person leadership development and peer-to-peer networking for students around the world. To be invited or nominated, you must reach an academic accomplishment of a 3.0 or higher GPA and possess leadership potential. Candidacy for the Society is a nationally recognized achievement of honorable distinction.
Society membership provides you with the professional leadership training to gain a competitive edge in the employment market. We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity, as the National Society of Leadership and Success is one of the largest college leadership honor societies in the United States with hundreds of chapters. Membership gives you a lifetime access to benefits including over $100,000 annually in awards and scholarships, National Leadership Certification (a valuable asset on your resume), exclusive events on campus (offering opportunities to develop leadership skills and gain experience setting and achieving goals), employer recruitment, an exclusive online job bank, networking with other top students on campus, Personalized letter of recommendations to submit to prospective employers or four-year programs, and discounts that can save you hundreds of dollars on computers, textbooks, grad school prep course, and car insurance.
Upon filling out our online application and paying the one-time registration fee, you are considered a pre-inducted member of the Society. After you have completed the steps to induction (which requires approximately 12 hours of your time) you will become an inducted member.
How do I become an inducted member?The steps that you need to complete to be officially inducted into the Society of Leadership are:
Spring 2017 Orientation DatesTuesday, March 14, 2017 at 2pm or 6pmThursday, March 16, 2017 at 11am or 6pm
All sessions will be held in Room V-219!
Spring 2017 Leadership Training Day DatesTuesday, April 4, 2017 at 11am or 6pmThursday, April 6, 2017 at 2pm or 6pm
To RSVP for Events:*Go on the Society’s website www.societyleadership.org *Sign in*Go on the “My Membership Tab”, then go to “Chapter Events” *Click on the date you plan to attend, and you will see “CLICK TO RSVP YOUR ATTENDANCE”
Member benefits: http://www.societyleadership.org/memberinfo/benefits.php
Who to Contact:Christine Davis, Advisor Center for Career Development and Experiential LearningKingsborough Community College 2001 Oriental Blvd, Brooklyn NY 11235 Tel (718)368-5115, Fax (718)368-5366 email@example.com/c102
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What is the Executive Board?
The Executive Board works alongside the Advisor and Student President to support members, plan events, recruit, encourage community service and a variety of other roles and tasks involved in successfully running a chapter.
Executive Board members are encouraged to form committees as needed to help connect the members of the chapter, increase creative involvement, and provide a vehicle for enhancing the leadership skills of members. As a community of leaders it is typically very easy to find many members interested in taking a very active role.
Members interested in holding a position within the chapter can reach out to the Student President or Advisor for information about the process, they are located in C-102 (Career Development and Transfer Office). The most common Board Officers and a list of general duties are as follows:
I. PRESIDENT: The primary role of the President is recruiting new Executive Board members as needed, along with ensuring the Executive Board members have everything they need to fulfill their roles and support the chapter and members. Duties include:
II. VICE PRESIDENT: The primary role of the Vice President is to assist the President with all duties necessary to successfully run the chapter. Duties include:
III. SECRETARY: The primary role of the Secretary is to handle all administrative tasks needed to successfully run a chapter. Duties include:
IV. SUCCESS NETWORKING TEAM COORDINATOR: The primary role of the SNT Coordinator is to manage all pieces needed to successfully run Success Networking Teams. Duties include:
V. PUBLICITY CHAIR: The primary role of the Publicity Chair is to promote the Society and specific events as they occur throughout the academic year. Duties include:
Each Executive Board member will have to meet with the Advisor once a month, and will meet as an Eboard once a month.
You will be expected to attend most or all of the events held on campus, with the exception of class scheduling.
Christine DavisAdvisorThe National Society of Leadership and Success Center for Career Development and Experiential LearningKingsborough Community College 2001 Oriental Blvd, Brooklyn NY 11235 Tel(718)368-5115, Fax (718)368-5366 firstname.lastname@example.org/c102
While students are strongly encouraged to take advantage of transferring at no cost to the Online Chapter rather than giving up on leadership training altogether, those members that cannot complete the program may request a refund of the membership dues.The National Society of Leadership and Success offers a refund of membership within 90 days from initial payment, minus a $15 enrollment fee. Society Merchandise may be returned within 90 days, provided materials are returned in their unused new condition, with no processing fee.
To request a Membership Refund or TRANSFER MEMBERSHIP into our Online Chapter:
Visit www.societyleadership.org/members/refunds and use our online system to have your request fulfilled.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the refund process please have them reach out to email@example.com.