As many of you already know, Kaplan University offers numerous opportunities for educational development and professionalism. While attending Kaplan's online program has many benefits, there's just one thing missing, SORORITY LIFE! Help me bring a piece of traditional college life to our virtual campus.
You're probably asking yourself, how is it possible, since we attend online college. Lucky for us, modern technology has enabled us to meet and communicate virtually via the internet (i.e. Facebook, Skype, Twitter and MySpace). By using the many resources that Kaplan provides in combination with internet forums, we can produce a successful and productive sorority of our very own.
Once again, "HELP BRING SORORITY LIFE TO THE KU CAMPUS" by signing this petition!!
%u201CATTENTION ALL KU LADIES%u201D
Im certain that you all are well aware of the rigorous planning and organizing that is required when establishing a independent sorority. For this reason alone, I am extending an open invitation to an elite group of women that are willing to donate their time and energy to help with the launch of our sorority. Before the launch can be successful there are a few positions that need to be established and appointed in order to complete the advisory board. While this is an open invitation, the candidates must meet specific requirements to be considered for the position.
Open Positions and Requirements:
President: Erica D. Nickens
Vice President: Candidates please email me for responsibilities and requirements, as they out weigh all other available positions.
Secretary: Responsibilities include, Taking on large amounts of administrative obligations, create board meeting agendas and record the minutes, compile monthly summary reports from individual directors, reporting any concerns and/or issues from members/directors to president/vice president.
Requirements: Strong organizational and time management skills, ability to type at least 50wpm.
Secretary assistant: Report directly to secretary, serve as a liaison between the secretary and members.
Requirements: Strong organizational and time management skills. Lots of personality!
Financial Director: Responsibilities include, Managing sorority finances and budget, ability to balance banking accounts, collects dues.
Requirements: Accounting or financial experience, record and book keeping skills.
Membership intake Director: Responsibilities include, Overseeing intake process, interviewing potential pledges, ability to create brochures and other advertising.
New Member Educator: Responsibilities include, Introducing new members to the sorority, educating new members on by-laws, regulations, academic responsibilities; teaching new members secret handshake, educating new member on mission and purpose.
Marketing Director: Responsibilities include - Maintaining sorority internet resources (Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, ECT), responsible for monthly newsletter publication.
Requirements: Experience with web posting and creative writing.
Recruit officer (2 Positions available): Responsibilities include - Promoting, recruiting potential pledges.
Requirements: Outgoing personality!
Academic Director: Responsibilities include - Oversees sorority academic requirements, provide resources for sorority members in need of academic advising.
Requirements: Must have completed at least 4 terms.
***Program Director: Coordinates events, functions, fundraisers; assist with maintaining sorority goals, oversees individual directors, reports directly to president and vice president.
Requirements: administrative and organizational skills, has strong time management skills.
Social Director: Responsibilities include, Working closely with the program director to plan and organize all social events for the sorority.
Sorority counselor: Responsibilities include: Consoling members, refer members to resources that may help with personal issues (financial, relationship, abuse, drugs ECT).
Requirements: Psychology Major, kind hearted.
Sorority Representative: Responsibilities include, acting as a voice for all members, oversees any member concerns, issues, and complaints. The Sorority rep is the face of the organization; therefore, she should have the ability to speak publicly while displaying confidence. Sorority go to person. Reports directly to secretary.
** All prospective candidates for any position must meet all academic requirements before consideration. Board advisory members must maintain a B average in all classes. In addition, board members must have successfully complete at least two terms (unless otherwise stated) to be eligible.
If you are interested in any of the open position please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or EricaNickens@student.kaplan.edu . Upon your request, I will send you an application for a position on the advisory board.
**I would like to THANK all of my fellow KU ladies for all of the support received.