Grand Council VacanciesPublished on November 25, 2019
On behalf of the entire Grand Council, I have been asked to share that there are currently two member-at-Large (Director) vacancies on the board of directors.
Individuals who are interested in serving should submit a letter of intent (with vision statement) along with a copy of your resume to the nominating committee at firstname.lastname@example.org. The committee will then contact the applicants sometime after the application deadline to discuss next steps. Ultimately, they will make a final recommendation to the Grand Council. The Grand Council will then fill those vacancies.
This is a friendly reminder of why you should consider serving on the Grand Council?
Do you remember “The Bridge Builder?” Tau Epsilon Phi is now a 109 year old organization looking to continue to build upon our rich heritage and our long and prosperous history. While the Fraternity has been through some challenging times in the not too distant past, it has now turned the corner and is beginning to grow in numbers. We are looking to find dedicated and passionate Brothers who are willing to lend their time and efforts to continue building the bridge for those behind us.
In quoting from “The Portals” of Tau Epsilon Phi “It is now your duty, both presently as a candidate and later, we hope, as a brother, to continue by building the bridge for … “A youth whose feet must pass this way, this chasm that has been naught to me, to that fair-haired youth may a pitfall be …”
Won’t you consider nominating yourself to serve on the Grand Council?
Here is a list of qualifications to serve on the Grand Council:
1. All candidates for Grand Council should have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree.
2. Candidates will need to pass a background check consistent with New York State law for organizations that have contact with minors.
3. Candidates must acknowledge that there is a personal financial and time commitment to serve on the Grand Council which may include overnight travel to cities around the country.
4. All candidates must sign a conflict of interest policy and a non-disclosure agreement consistent with New York State law and Fraternity policy.
5. Provide a professional and fraternal history.
6. Provide a vision statement on how you feel you can best contribute to the future of the fraternity and how you would work to promote and grow Tau Epsilon Phi.
All applications should be submitted to the committee by January 20, 2020.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Nominations Committee at email@example.com.
Timothy A. Smith, MBA
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