Omicron Alpha Omega has completed the annual chapter report for 2012-13. Chapter Report B outlines chapters activities completed during the academic year.
This chapter report outlines chapter activity for the year 2012-13
|Name of Human Sciences Unit:
Human Environmental Sciences
|Name of Administrator:
Stephan Jorgensen, Dean
|Chapter Vice President:
|Name of Adviser:
Number of Kappa Omicron Nu student members at end of academic year: 61, including 40 initiate members.
Omicron Alpha Omega held 6 meetings this year.
1. Meetings for the year, identifying Required Program:
Sept. 9: Service
2. Campus or community projects, activities, or events:
*Oct. 14: Chapter Initiation
Nov. 11: Mentorship
Dec. 2: Chapter Elections/ Send off
Feb. 17: Professionalism/ Resume/ Interviewing skills
March 10: Kids N' Careers
April 21: Chapter Social/ Recognition
This fall, we made sure to have a mentor program in place for freshman students who were interested in Human Environmental Science majors. We also focused on recruitment to increase our chapter size and participation.
In the spring, we continued on with the mentor program and got feedback from it. We also taught members how to give a Kids N' Careers presentation to middle schools and a few of them were able to do so.
3. Tentative plans for next year
While we are trying to reconstruct the structure of this organization, we noted what our members wanted more of. Our meetings throughout the year will focus on scholarship opportunity and academic endeavors, research opportunities, networking, and service. We plan on having one service opportunity per month in which the members can interact with the community at the boys and girls club, food banks, and habitat for humanity. We hope to create a stronger bond between the members by planning socials and study times so that as leaders we may share ideas to help each other be more successful. The mentorship program will stay in place and we will continue to work on recruitment during HES week and tabling events. Before initiation in September, we plan on providing students with adequate information about the organization. After initiation, we will have a booklet for new members to understand procedures, expectations, and KON benefits. In order to keep the leadership strong, we will create a stronger election process in which we will prepare the officers before they are turned over into their positions. We are excited to start a new school year with these ideas and ambitions.
Student Organization Effectiveness Rubric
Chapter Effectiveness Benchmarks
Participation in institutional training for student groups: 3
Registration with appropriate institutional office: 2
Procedures for election of officers: 3
Officer training plan: 3
Structure for selection and initiation of members: 3
Structure for member input into setting goals for chapter activities: 4
Process for planning annual activities to respond to goals: 5
Participation in national conference: 1
Co-curricular activities that enhance academic goals: 3
Activities respond to shared goals: 4
Participation in National Required Program initiative: 3
Effective leadership: 4
Social Responsibility: 4
Sense of Civic Responsibility: 3
Yearly evaluation of chapter activities: 3
Yearly evaluation of programming: 3