Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Alumnae Advisory Committee

Hello Alumnae Advisory Committee Members,

Happy summer from the Network 1 team! I work with the Tau Lambda chapter at Shippensburg University. As you know over the past year, Tau Lambda chapter has been faced with a variety of challenges, and are now embarking on a new and exciting opportunity: rebuilding the chapter and ensuring success on Shippensburg’s campus.

We truly appreciate your continued support of the Tau Lambda chapter. In an effort to build a successful Tau Lambda chapter, the Network team will be conducting an alumnae advisory committee review for current AAC members. If you are interested in serving as an AAC member for this upcoming year, we ask that you submit a new application. We look forward to working with a dynamic group of alumnae women, dedicated to seeing this chapter succeed.

As a reminder, if you wish to apply for an alumnae advisory committee role, you would oversee the operations of one or more officers. You would need to participate in offered trainings throughout the year, familiarize yourself with current manuals, procedures and policies, communicate regularly and collaborate with the Network team, and attend monthly AAC meetings. Each adviser should plan on attending LC and chapter meetings as necessary for your officer and on a rotational basis with the other advisers. The time commitment varies with the offices advised and your needs. Many communications can be via phone or email.

If you are interested in learning more about this meaningful and important opportunity to interact with the chapter, please fill out the attached form and scan/e-mail it to me by August 10th. A team of volunteers and staff will be visiting Shippensburg the weekend of August 19-21 where we will meet with interested AAC candidates and provide basic AAC training. If there are any questions I can answer for you, please do not hesitate to ask.

I hope to hear from you soon!

If you wish to volunteer, please email us at and we can forward your information.

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