The Alumni and Volunteer Corporation (AVC) secretary is responsible for maintaining an organized corporation. He works with the AVC president and vice president of relations to communicate both internally and externally.
The priorities of the AVC secretary are to:
- Keep the records and proceedings of all AVC meetings.Coordinate regular reports from AVC committees.
- Maintain all records, papers, documents and books of the corporation.
- Serve all notices required either by law or by the bylaws of the corporation.
- Maintain an accurate and detailed database of chapter alumni, and all members of the corporation.
- Ensure the proper incorporation paperwork is filed, as required by the state.
- Mentor a chapter leader, if needed.
A great AVC secretary is highly-organized and detail-oriented, with excellent communication skills and the ability to work with multiple officers of the corporation. A sense of ownership, urgency and accountability to the corporation is vital, as his role ensures the organization of the entire AVC.
The AVC secretary will work closely with the:
- AVC president
- Chapter counselor
- Vice president of relations
- AVC treasurer
- Vice president of communications
- District governor
The AVC secretary should be familiar with many of the resources available through the Fraternity. For more information, visit the following pages: