The Alumni and Volunteer Corporation (AVC) president is responsible for the general supervision, direction and well-being of the AVC, and its work with the undergraduate chapter.
The priorities of the AVC president are to:
- Preside over all AVC meetings.
- Provide supervision and direction to all other officers of the corporation.
- Ensure that the duties of the corporation and its officers are carried out properly.
- Set the schedule for AVC meetings.
- Hold a quarterly call with the district governor.
- Keep the AVC focused on the core competencies of undergraduate mentoring, alumni cultivation, asset management and corporate health.
- Assist the vice president of relations with the recruitment of new volunteers.
- Plan for succession of current AVC officers.
- Ensure that all new volunteers are properly trained and supported by other volunteers.
- Communicate regularly with the chapter, university, and SigEp Headquarters.
- Mentor a chapter leader, if needed.
A great AVC president is a strong leader who can effectively inspire volunteers, delegate responsibility, communicate and relate to diverse personalities, and provide strategic direction for the corporation. AVC presidents typically have significant leadership and management experience in their professional careers.
The AVC president will work closely with:
- District governor
- All AVC directors, officers and volunteers
- Chapter counselor
The AVC president should be familiar with all four core areas of focus for AVCs. He or she should also be familiar with all of the resources available for chapter operations. For more information, please visit the following pages:
Maintaining corporate health