VP of Professional and Personal Development
- Plan, implement, and evaluate all programs and activities promoting scholastic excellence within the Panhellenic Association, including, but not limited to:
- Coordinate academic enhancement programs throughout each semester that meet the community’s needs (for example: time management, finals week preparation, faculty relations, etc.).
- Actively work with Panhellenic chapters who are not above the all–women’s grade point average to create programming and benchmarks that provide support to improve academic performance.
- Work to establish relationships with scholastic and honors organizations on campus and encourage Panhellenic participation in them.
- Coordinate any academic scholarship processes and recognize members with outstanding scholarship.
- Serve as a Liaison to Alumnae Panhellenic Associations in the state of Florida for the purpose of marketing scholarships opportunities available.
- Recognize Panhellenic chapter members for scholarly honors and efforts. Host roundtables each semester with the scholarship chairs from each Panhellenic Chapter.
- Produce a New Member Scholarship Handbook each fall with study tips and information for new members.
- Serve as a Liaison to University Departments focusing on academic success, scholarship, and career readiness. These departments include, but are not limited to: Office of Student Success, Transitional Advising Center, Career Services, and Office of National Scholarship.
- Coordinate any developmental or leadership scholarships on behalf of the Panhellenic Association (UIFI, LeaderShape, etc.).
THE VP OF PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT SUPPORTS COMMUNITY MEMBERS WITH ACADEMICS AND FUTURE SUCCESS.
VP of Community Development
- Oversee the planning, implementation, and evaluation of all Panhellenic Association programs.
- Assess members of the Panhellenic community to understand programming needs and implement opportunities based on identified needs.
- Coordinate leadership and personal development opportunities and programming, seeking co sponsorship for events with campus organizations and departments.
- Plan and execute the end of the year Panhellenic Awards Banquet.
- Create, update, coordinate, and distribute the Panhellenic calendar.
- Be responsible for the planning and coordination of Panhellenic’s philanthropic and service efforts. Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Chair the Circle of Sisterhood Committee. A committee that creates and coordinates philanthropic events to raise money and awareness for Circle of Sisterhood.
- Hosting roundtables at least once per semester with chapter philanthropy and/or community service chairs (depending on each Panhellenic Chapter’s leadership structure.)
- Coordinating the process of selecting philanthropy event dates every semester.
- Review and approve chapter philanthropy packets in accordance with the Philanthropy Event Guidelines.
- Work with the Center for Leadership and Civic Engagement and local charities to increase service involvement between the women of Panhellenic and the Tampa community.
- Pick sister sororities
- Plan the annual Panhellenic banquet and awards ceremony.
- Serve as liaison and connector for Panhellenic and Multicultural affairs, Greek Village Council, and Athletics and other fraternity and sorority councils and student orgs.
- Plan the Panhellenic Banquet.