Serving on the Greek Life Activities Board is the chance of a lifetime; a unique opportunity to serve a vibrant, passionate, complex community of fraternity and sorority members.
Each position is demanding, and should not be taken on with other chapter/campus officerships.
The pre-requisites to becoming an executive are:
-Be an active, dues-paying member of a social fraternity/sorority recognized by SDSU
-Be a full-time, undergraduate SDSU student
-Have cumulative 2.50+ minimum GPA
-Be available for general Board meetings; Wednesdays 5pm in the Aztec Student Union
-Constructive Conflict Resolution
-Google Suite (Docs, Sheets, Slides)
The President shall serve as the chief executive officer of the organization, shall preside at all organization meetings and shall prepare the agenda for general Board meetings. The President shall be the official spokesperson of the organization, in conjunction with the Vice President of External Affairs and The Director of Ceremonies. As such, they shall represent the policies, views, and opinions of the organization in the Board's relations with the campus and community at large. The President shall work closely with all four Vice Presidents to ensure the success of the Board's ventures, while converting long-term goals into actionable items to be delegated onto other executives.
The Vice President of Internal Affairs, "VP Internal," shall act as the secretary, morale officer, and human resources officer of the organization. The VP Internal shall take minutes of all general Board meetings, and preside over those the President cannot attend. As a keeper of records, VP Internal will maintain minutes, relevant documents/forms in the Master Binder, update Bylaws as necessary, and maintain the Board's workspace in SLL. As the human resources officer, they will handle the recruitment and slating of all new officers, and resolve internal conflicts alongside the President. As morale officer, they will manage they will coordinate executives' polos, executives' head shots, Board Retreats., and meeting traditions.
-Formal Meeting Ettiquette
-Previous Sisterhood/Brotherhood officerships are applicable
The Vice President of Finance shall handle all financial affairs and budgeting of the organization. maintain all accounting records, and prepare weekly income/expenditure reports for general Board meetings. The VP Finance shall maintain the Greek Life Activities Board bank account through Associated Students, Inc. This officership will also handle the collection and depositing of semesterly head-tax checks, and consistently communicate with delinquent chapters. The VP Finance is expected the uphold the strictest ethical standards and practices while serving the Board.
The Vice President of Finance shall directly oversee the Director of Philanthropy and Service in their fundraising efforts.
-Experience managing A.S. bank accounts
-Accounting records/invoice creation
The Director of Philanthropy and Service shall research top local, national, international non-profits/foundations to be considered by the Board for the following year's Greek Week beneficiary. The Director of Philanthropy and Service also act as a fundraising officer, coordinating food fundraisers for every day of Greek Week, and additional fundraisers for Board operations in the Fall semester. As a service director, this officer shall coordinate one, greek-wide service opportunity on or near campus in the Fall semester. During the Spring semester, the Director of Philanthropy and Service will create and maintain communcation, with a representative from the chosen non-profit. This Director shall also heavily educate themselves on the Beneficiary chosen, to answer any/all questions the community has.
The Vice President of Programming shall oversee the planning and execution of Board events, including but not limited to: The Greek Mixer, Team Reveal, Greek Week, and Greek Awards. The VP Programming will also operate as the Chief Risk Management Officer of the organization. As such, the VP Programming will coordinate all check-in systems, waiver-requirements, and risk-management plans for all of the events planned by The Greek Life Activities Board. Lastly, the Vice President of Programming will update/create a point system for all of Greek Week, and calculate points throughout the week.
The Vice President of Programming will directly oversee the Event Directors and the Director of Ceremonies.
-Event Planning Experience
The Event Directors shall be a position held by two individuals that work as a team. Together, Event Directors will share the responsibility of planning and executing the annual Greek Mixer, Team Reveal, Greek Week, and Greek Awards. With direction from the Vice President of Programming, Event Directors will submit all forms through the Event Approval System (EAS), coordinate Board executives' shifts, create and collect programming supplies. Collaboration with the Vice President of Finance for budgeting before planning, and with the Vice President of External Affairs after planning events is an essential duty of these Directors.
-Event Planning Experience
The Director of Ceremonies shall essentially be a Master of Ceremonies and Stewardship officer to the organization. This Director will be in charge being a stage presence at all Board events, selecting and welcoming all V.I.P.'s including professors, A.S. Executives, and Greek Week Talent Show judges. The Director of Ceremonies will also create precise schedules, and judging rubrics for Board events, As an officer of stewardship, the Director for Ceremonies will thank all special guests, and contributors to each event's success. The Director may also routinely assist the VP of External Affairs and Digital Content director with walk-arounds, and video creation, respectively.
-Holding a representative role
The Vice President of External Affairs shall oversee all operations of public relations and information dissemination. As an officer of campus relations, the VP External shall maintain contact with presidents and officers of all recognized social fraternities and sororities. These relationships shall be utilized to schedule routine walk-arounds, appoint delegates, and keep the leadership of our Greek community updated with the Board's projects.
During Spring semester, the VP External will lead all Greek Week delegate meetings, and keep all chapters as informed as possible.
The Vice President of External Affairs will also directly oversee the projects of the Digital Content Director, and provide direction to the several PR campaigns taken on every year.
-Diverse relations within the community
The Digital Content Director will oversee all digital promotional and marketing efforts of the Board. This Director will manage all official social media accounts and the sdsugreeks.com website. The Digital Content Director will be in charge of all graphics production and viral communication. Along with spreading Board materials, the Content Director will collect individual chapters' programming graphics for promotion on the Board's social media platforms. Lastly, the Digital Content Director will act as a photographer and videographer for all Board events, but additional photographers/videographers may be contracted for specific events.
The Directors of Community Relations shall each represent their council within Board meetings and pursuits. There must be one director from each council: The College Panhellenic Association (CPA), The Interfraternity Council (IFC), The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), and The United Sorority and Fraternity Council (USFC). The Directors shall act as the liaison between the Board and their council's leadership and general members. Directors will also report on all upcoming programming from their council and individual chapters during the Board's general meetings.
As such, it is required that each director attend their respective council's meeting every week, and share all relevant information from the previous Board meeting; upcoming activities and necessary actions.
-Diverse relations within their council