GROWAZSTRONG Presents: A LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP HOSTED BY PHI THETA KAPPA & THE OFA FELLOWSHIP THURSDAY, APRIL 28TH, 2016 1:30PM-3PM MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE...
Mesa Community College's Phi Theta Kappa Omicron Beta Chapter was recognized Internationally recognized in National Harbor, Maryland on April 9th, 2016...
Phi Theta Kappa chapters have five levels of engagement that progress from local, campus involvement to regional involvement to international involvement.
Using the Five Star Chapter Development Plan as a guide to success, chapters can enhance their working relationship with the college administration by becoming active on the campus and in the community.
The chapter can work on multiple levels of the Five Star Chapter Plan at the same time. The chapter should complete the following requirements at the One Star Level:
1. Organize a membership recruitment campaign. Campaigns should include but not be limited to: creating awareness of Phi Theta Kappa on campus among students and faculty, inviting eligible students, conducting informational meetings about benefits, holding an induction ceremony, and reporting members. Chapters are encouraged to allow online membership acceptance. Visit the membership campaign website for additional resources. (Updated by Headquarters when inductees accept online or are reported in 2015.)
2. Submit the Chapter Annual Report to Headquarters. The report was emailed to all contact advisors in February 2015. (Updated by Headquarters after the report has been received and reviewed.)
3. Chapter's bylaws are approved and on file with Headquarters. (Updated by Headquarters if bylaws have been submitted and approved.)
The chapter must fulfill all One Star Level requirements and the following Two Star Level requirements to reach the Two Star Level. Activities may be completed in any order.
1. Chapter advisor(s) and officers review the Five Star Chapter Plan requirements and set a Five Star goal.
2. Chapter conducts at least two membership recruitment campaigns during 2015. Chapter advisor opens a second enrollment period at the beginning of the second membership campaign. (Updated by Headquarters when two enrollment periods are opened in 2015.)
3. Advisor reports new chapter officers for 2015. (Updated by Headquarters when 2015 officers are reported.)
4.Verify on the chapter directory that the college president, chapter administrator, and chapter advisor information is current, and report any changes.
5. Provide a structured orientation for new officers, advisors and committee chairs at the beginning of each academic term.
6. Chapter and/or chapter officers meet twice each month.
7. Chapter advisor(s) and chapter president each have the 2014/2015 Honors Program Guide.
8. At least two chapter members set research objectives and goals and conduct research for one theme of the Honors Program Guide, Frontiers and the Spirit of Exploration.
9. Chapter advisor(s) and officers meet with college president or other administrator to develop and discuss goals of the chapter.
The chapter must fulfill all One Star, Two Star, and Three Star Level requirements to reach the Three Star Level. Activities may be completed in any order.
The chapter must fulfill all One Star, Two Star, Three Star, and Four Star Level requirements to reach the Four Star Level. Activities may be completed in any order.
The chapter must fulfill all One Star, Two Star, Three Star, Four Star, and Five Star Level requirements to reach the Five Star Level.
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