Collegiate Advisory Committee
The goal of the Collegiate Advisory Committee is to create a space for collegians to help ensure sorority initiatives are relevant and focus on providing a positive membership experience that meets the needs of our undergraduate membership. This will be done by offering input and perspective to Grand Council, International Officers, alumnae volunteers, and staff.
For a preview of application questions and to review the full job description, click here. The priority deadline is Monday, December 9. For questions about the application, please contact Education and Programs Specialist Cristina Perez-Simmons. If you have questions about the committee, please contact International Vice President Sarah Davis-Candeto.
Bylaws & Resolutions Committee
The Bylaws and Resolutions Committee is accepting applications for up to two collegiate members to join the Committee as full voting members. The responsibility of the Committee includes: understanding Alpha Delta Pi’s bylaws and other governing documents; reviewing these to identify amendments that are advisable for the organization to function in accordance with the intent of the provisions; reviewing amendments submitted by others for accuracy, completeness, and effect on other provisions; educating the membership on proposed amendments and the process of amending bylaws at Grand Convention; and attending Grand Convention to assist the efficient consideration of amendments.
The Committee meets by video conference every four to six weeks during the biennium, with more frequent meetings and a greater workload expected during the six months leading into Convention.
The desired experience would be collegiate members who are prepared to attend Grand Convention in 2021. If a collegiate member will not otherwise be representing her collegiate chapter at Convention, the Committee will assist in requesting funding, if needed, for this leadership and educational opportunity. It is not necessary to hold an office in a collegiate chapter. Applications are due Tuesday, December 31. For questions, contact Lauren Kravetz.