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Epsilon Sigma Phi - Alpha Rho Chapter

President-Elect Responsibilities

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President-Elect Responsibilities

 

  1. Attends meetings of the Alpha Rho Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Phi.

  2. Coordinates work of chapter committees:
        • Communicates with chair and chair-elect about roles and responsibilities.
        • Appoints all chair-elect and members of committees prior to transitioning to president. (Before October 1) Other officers may be helpful in this process.
        • Assists recognition committee in submitting nominations for national recognition.
        • Appoints new members who joined during annual conference to committees.

  3. Works closely with president as a learning/preparation experience.

  4. Fulfills responsibilities in the absence of the president.

  5. Gives president-elect report at chapter meetings and in newsletters.

  6. Serves on the Extension Endowment Fund Board of Trustees.

  7. Serves as a representative for ESP along with the chair and chair-elect of the ESP Professionalism Committee to the United Association Conference Planning Committee.

  8. Serves as chair-elect of the nominating committee.

  9. Represents the chapter:
        • as a voting delegate at the national conference.
        • at regional Joint Council of Extension Professionals (JCEP) workshop.
        • at Public Issues Leadership Development (PILD). Apply for scholarships to PILD.

  10. Submits report for chapter annual report.

  11. Presides at the end of the annual banquet following installation of officers. Presents a gift from the chapter membership to the outgoing president.

  12. Keeps a file, box, or notebook of details of the office (including time line) up-to-date to pass on to successor.

  13. Submit appropriate documents to historian for the archive.

  14. Fulfills other responsibilities as needed.


    October 5, 2012