The Samford chapter has been directed by the Grand High Zeta to go through a “Re-Chartering Process” that will require the chapter to meet all 11 Operating Standards by December 2016. Currently, the chapter is meeting only 7. Since it’s re-colonization, Theta-Alpha Zeta has seen minimal growth in membership and a very basic understanding of chapter operations. This process is aimed at developing a stronger sense of operations and an opportunity to provide greater resources from the International Headquarters and campus. The AAB’s role will be to pair each officer position with an alumnus to work toward completion of the Operating Standards and to support the overall growth of the chapter.
You can learn more about the Fraternity and Sorority Community by visiting: https://www.samford.edu/greeklife/
What Does The AAB Do?
The Alumni Advisory Board’s (AAB’s) primary mission is to assist with the week-to-week operations of a chapter or colony and mentor our members to ensure their future success.
- AAB members are asked to make a two-year commitment, during which time each member will be asked to attend meetings each semester, meet with officers, interact in a face-to-face capacity and hold regular phone calls with the officer(s) they advise.
- Regardless of initiated Zeta, alumni play a crucial role in the development and longevity of our chapters and especially our colonies. In order to be successful, it is critical to have alumni actively involved to advise the officers and personify our motto of “A Lifetime of True Brotherhood.”
- We are looking for alumni brothers willing to serve in an advisory role in all of our chapters and colonies across North America and are currently planning Interest Groups sessions or Alumni Advisory Board trainings at the below institutions.
If you are interested in this opportunities, please click the link below.
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