RECRUITMENT COUNSELOR APPLICATION
| Spring Recruitment 2020! |
Thank you for your interest in becoming a Belmont University Panhellenic Recruitment Counselor. Recruitment Counselors, otherwise known as Rho Gammas, play a vital role before, during and after recruitment. They help not only the Panhellenic Council, but also all of the potential new members in order for Belmont University to have a successful recruitment. They provide support, friendship, and personal guidance to all of the new women as well as to promote the whole sorority community; not any specific chapter.
Recruitment Counselor Job Description:
An impartial representative of the College Panhellenic Association who understands and implements the purposes and goals of the College Panhellenic Association in recruitment.
Qualifications of a Recruitment Counselor:
The Recruitment Counselor is expected to be:
Supportive and enthusiastic towards the fraternal community and is able to convey this enthusiasm to PNMs.
In good standing academically and have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.75 and maintain this throughout the Recruitment Counselor term.
Participated in formal recruitment at least once with their chapter.
An impartial representative of the College Panhellenic, who understands and implements the purposes and goals of the College Panhellenic Association in membership recruitment.
One who exhibits objectivity and an inclusive attitude with respect to each member group in the College Panhellenic and has a willingness to share positive information (facts) about each chapter.
A responsible person who is detail oriented, and exhibits good listening skills.
Able to relate to various personalities and people, and have outstanding communication skills.
Familiar with the NPC Unanimous Agreements and resolutions regarding membership recruitment and the College Panhellenic rules and regulations, procedures and recruitment schedules.
Duties of the Recruitment Counselor
The Recruitment Counselor:
Keeps all information confidential regarding conversations with PNMs.
Promotes a positive attitude toward the women’s fraternities through personal behavior.
Consults with the College Panhellenic officer responsible for membership recruitment and/or the Panhellenic advisor regarding situations that appear to be serious or uncomfortable to address.
Provide thorough knowledge of the Panhellenic community.
Promote the positive benefits of sorority membership and the impact the Panhellenic community has on campus.
Engage PNMs in discussions of their personal values and how those values will better inform their decision-making
Counsel PNMs through the recruitment process by finding effective ways to help them reason how their values connect with each chapter.
Encourage them to keep an open mind throughout the process and to approach each chapter as a group that could develop them personally.
Stay in contact with each PNM to provide support and guidance that will contribute to her retention throughout the recruitment process.
Serve as a positive contact and sorority role model before, during, and after recruitment.
Be present during all training sessions by actively participating in activities and providing insightful comments.
Act with dignity and pride as a representative of the entire Panhellenic community.
Be a team player and enthusiastic volunteer to assist with recruitment promotion and implementation tasks.
Complete all logistical duties required.
All applications are due: April 7th, by 11:59 PM
If you have any questions, please feel free to email Sarah McKenzie the VP Recruitment at email@example.com