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Presentation Outline. Current office overview Transition to new center Guiding principles & delivery methods Updates on goal achievement Current initiatives within CLFSL Growth of FSL Creation of leadership programs & service programs Future goals and initiatives

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Presentation outline
Presentation Outline

  • Current office overview

  • Transition to new center

  • Guiding principles & delivery methods

  • Updates on goal achievement

  • Current initiatives within CLFSL

    • Growth of FSL

    • Creation of leadership programs & service programs

  • Future goals and initiatives

  • Base and one-time requests

  • Questions


Office overview
Office Overview

  • 52 University Center

  • Staff

    • Associate Director

    • Activities Advisor II & I

    • Greek Housing Coordinator

    • Leadership Instructional Assistant

    • Student Assistants

  • Our Pillars

    • Leadership Development, Fraternity & Sorority Life, and Service & Citizenship


University Centers

Center for Leadership and Fraternity/Sorority Life

9-1-10

Creates and implements a vision for

Fraternity and Sorority Life

Develop Leadership Programs

Budget Oversight

Co-Council of Campus Leaders (w/CSI)

Research Service Learning Programs

Jason Bergeron

Associate Director,

Center for Leadership and

Fraternity& Sorority Life

Cassandra Joseph

Activities Advisor II, Center for Leadership and Fraternity &Sorority Life

Kathryn Wheatley

Activities Advisor I, Center for Leadership and Fraternity &Sorority Life

Advises National Pan-Hellenic Council

Advises Multicultural Greek Council

Advises Order of Omega

Supervises Student Staff in CLFSL

Students (5)

Advises Interfraternity Council

Advises Houston Panhellenic Council

Advises Metropolitan Volunteer Program

Elyse Gambardella

Greek Housing Coordinator

Supervises the townhouse managers at

Bayou Oaks

Liaison between the Greek organizations

American Campus Communities

Liaison between American Campus

Communities and UH

Serves as one of the staff of Bayou Oaks,

including work on leases, discipline, on-

calls, etc.

Krystle Richard

Instructional Assistant, Center for Leadership and Fraternity and Sorority Life

Develop Leadership Programs

Leadership Development Task Force

Co-Council of Campus Leaders (w/CSI)


Center for leadership and fraternity sorority life
Center for Leadership and Fraternity & Sorority Life

  • Effective August 2010

  • Demonstrated need to focus on leadership and service

  • Working towards providing a more integrated leadership learning experience that includes leadership development programs, fraternity & sorority involvement, and service-related activities.


Guiding principles
Guiding Principles

  • Fraternity & Sorority Life

    • Shared Purpose and Values

    • Learning Outcomes

  • Leadership Development

    • Model creation by LDTF

      • Currently finalizing a three-phased model

  • Service

    • MVP Mission – “Nourishing the spirit of volunteerism”

    • Active Citizen Continuum


Delivery methods
Delivery Methods

  • Pre/post test data that supports learning in the following programs:

    • 2010 Greek Visions Institute

    • LeaderShape Institute

    • 2010 MGC Leadership Academy

  • Upcoming:

    • 2011 Cougar Leadership Institute

    • 2011 Fraternity & Sorority Visions Institute


Goal achievement
Goal Achievement

  • Achieved goals

    • Shared purpose for FSL

    • Learning outcomes for FSL

    • Access to student leader information

    • Summer staff development

  • In-progress goals

    • Strategic planning

    • Increased inter-group interaction

    • Staff learning and development


Additional Objectives

  • Hiring of new staff

    • Elyse Gambardella, Greek Housing Coordinator

    • Krystle Richard, Leadership Instructional Assistant

  • Addition of educational programs

    • MGC Leadership Academy

  • LeaderShape

  • Integration of leadership development and service


Current initiatives
Current Initiatives

  • Office mission, vision, strategic plan creation

  • Leadership Development Task Force

    • Multidisciplinary committee assisting in creation/development of leadership development programs

  • Alternative break opportunities


2010 2012 goals
2010-2012 Goals

  • Goal 1: Examine and define the vision and direction for the Center for Leadership and Fraternity & Sorority Life.

    • Clarify staff responsibilities and develop strategies to more clearly define the Greek Housing Coordinator and Instructional Assistant roles. Explore options for practicum and/or Vista opportunities. (August 2011)

    • Create a mission and vision for the Center for Leadership and Fraternity & Sorority Life. (December 2010)

    • Develop a basic strategic plan for Center for Leadership and Fraternity & Sorority Life. (May 2011)


2010 2012 goals1
2010-2012 Goals

  • Goal 2: Promote problem solving and critical thinking through meaningful leadership development experiences.

    • Examine the current 5-Star accreditation program and incorporate avenues that promote reflective thinking and values integration. (December 2011)

    • Provide opportunities for educational conferences and other developmental initiatives. (August 2012)

    • Incorporate educational opportunities during governing body meetings. (Fall 2010)


2010 2012 goals2
2010-2012 Goals

  • Goal 2: Promote problem solving and critical thinking through meaningful leadership development experiences.

    • Implement council focused new member orientation programs. (Fall 2011)

    • Establish a student organization focused on guiding leadership development efforts within the CLFSL. (December 2011)

    • Implement fraternity/sorority housing risk management and social responsibility curriculum for students living in Bayou Oaks. (August 2012)

    • Develop a comprehensive leadership development program targeted to all UH students. (August 2012)


2010 2012 goals3
2010-2012 Goals

  • Goal 3: Establish a service learning initiative. (August 2012)

    • Collaborate with the Metropolitan Volunteer Program to create weekly volunteer opportunities. (Fall 2011)

    • Create an Alternative Spring Break program. (March 2011)

    • Establish a student organization for Alternative Break. (December 2011)

    • Provide training for student leaders for Alternative Break. (Spring 2012)


Fy2011 one time
FY2011 One-Time

  • Alternative Break Program

    • Create and launch Alternative Break Program with first local service initiative. Includes costs for the following:

      • Training program for service-learning aspects and how to run Alternative Break Programs

      • Participant fees for site of service

      • Transportation

    • Total requested: $2,000


Fy2012 base augmentation
FY2012 Base Augmentation

  • Continue and grow Alternative Break Program

    • Expand Alternative Break Program to include a national trip. Includes costs for the following:

      • Participant fees for local service site

      • Participant fees for national service site

      • Transportation for national trip

      • Training for student led Alternative Break organization

    • Total requested: $6,000


Fy2012 base augmentation1
FY2012 Base Augmentation

  • Leadership Development

    • Fund comprehensive leadership development program. Includes costs for the following:

      • Educational institutes and regular educational programs

      • Leadership speaker series

      • Educational resources

      • Travel opportunities

    • Total requested: $10,000



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