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Stakeholders 3, SWOT Analysis 4, Objectives and Procedures 5. Objectives and Procedures Continued 6, Ground Rules 7. The vision of Beta Sigma Omega as the supervising graduate chapter for Beta Beta and Kappa Psi is to create a desire. for lifelong commitment to and relationship with the sisterhood of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. To strengthen graduate undergraduate relations by fostering sisterhood mentoring and leadership development. Integrity Sisterhood Partnership Honesty, Communication Respect Mentorship Attitude. Reliable Trustworthy Accountability Ethical, Creativity Growth Achievement Competence. Stakeholders, Graduate Sorors Regional Director Mid Western Region.
Undergraduate Sorors Prospective Members International Leadership. Communities Community Partners Underwriters, o College Campus. o General Public, National Pan Hellenic Council Parents Corporate Sponsors. SWOT Analysis, Strengths Weaknesses, Structured MIP program I Ineffective mentorship program I. Structured Mentor program I Lack of leadership training I. Undergraduate Advisory Council I Perceived stringent rules for having governing. Encourage transfer through lowered dues I relationships with undergraduates I. We have an active undergraduate chapter I Distance logistics I. We support our undergraduate chapters Apathy I, w scholarships gift bags cards and other We have 2 undergraduate chapters to supervise I. incentives I Oversight of Graduate Advisors I, Provide Graduate Advisors support them for Limited choice of GA potentials to chapters for.
conferences trainings I selection I, Joint meetings with undergraduate chapters I Advisory Council composition I. Summit I Lack of gaps in communication I, We have good reputations in respective. communities campuses BSO KP BB, Opportunities Threats. Graduate mentorship training I Lawsuits, Leadership development I E Losing chapters BSO lose undergrads I. Strategic planning I E undergrads lose charter I or undergrads lose. Improved enhanced relationship w our presence on campus E. undergraduates I Undergrads lose desire to transition into a graduate. To create an effective structure for supporting our chapter I. Graduate Advisors I Loss of positive public persona I E. Role specification expectations improving Increased insurance costs other financial. communication I E costs losses I E, Assist undergraduates w their programs I.
Objectives and Procedures, 1 Develop and perform semi annual surveys with undergraduate and graduate sorors to assess the relationship. with each other and with the graduate advisor, a Initial surveys sent to graduates and undergraduates in November 2015 will be used as a baseline to. assess relationships covering Jan 2016 to June 2016. b Subsequent surveys to be performed semi annually may be or will be revised based on results. c Analysis of surveys and results may or will create and facilitate changes in the strategic plan and will be. included in the yearly evaluation, d Tabletop exercises will be conducted twice a year at joint meetings with the undergraduates The tabletop. exercises will help assess the relationship between the respective chapters and the graduate advisor as. well as review the viability of the survey, 2 Arrange organize plan and communicate community and program events for the respective chapters and. members to attend, a Each chapter will provide program and community event calendars at the beginning of each semester or no.
later than the end of January or September of the calendar year to be exchanged and reported at their. respective chapter meetings, b BSO will place the undergraduate chapter s calendar of events and activities on the graduate chapter s. c BSO s goal for 2016 will have at least 5 of the total membership present at the undergraduate chapter s. varied program and community events for each semester Sign in sheets will be required to track. attendance and graduate advisor will report monthly. d BSO and the undergraduates will plan and participate in at least two joint community events yearly. Objectives and Procedures Continued, 3 Develop and restructure responsibilities and duties of the graduate advisor s council the graduate advisor s. and will also address some specific responsibilities of the Graduate Chapter Basileus. a Specific and defined guidelines will be developed for the newly appointed graduate advisor s council no. later than April 2016, b The roles and responsibilities of the graduate advisor will be reviewed and clearly defined. Recommendations will be submitted as bylaw changes or as additional guidelines no later than May 2016. c Additional responsibilities of the Graduate Chapter Basileus as it relates to undergraduate chapters will be. reviewed and recommendations submitted as bylaw changes or additional guidelines no later than June. 4 Effectively implement the mentoring program as established in the national mentoring program guidelines. a BSO will develop a mentoring training session to be provided on a semi annual basis during a chapter. b BSO will ensure that each member of the undergraduate chapter has at least one trained mentor. c BSO will assess and evaluate the program through the semi annual surveys and tabletop exercises with the. undergraduates, d BSO s Graduate Advisor will be responsible for monitoring and facilitating the program and reporting on the. program at least quarterly, Ground Rules, 1 This plan will be incorporated into the overall Chapter Strategic Plan.
2 The Graduate Advisor s Council will incorporate this plan as a part of the newly developed guidelines and. procedures, 3 The Graduate Advisor will use this plan as a part of establishing the objectives for the undergraduate chapter and. as part of newly developed guidelines and procedures for the position. The vision of Beta Sigma Omega as the supervising graduate chapter for Beta Beta and Kappa Psi is to create a desire for lifelong commitment to and relationship with the sisterhood of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc Mission To strengthen graduate amp undergraduate relations by fostering sisterhood mentoring and leadership development Values

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