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  1. FSC Meeting August 27th, 2013

  2. Upcoming Meetings • September 3 – CALS Career Services • September 10 - FDA • September 17 - Butterball • September 24 – Frito Lay / PepsiCo • October 1 – Dairy Bar Training!!

  3. Active Club Membership • Active Members must attend one-half (1/2) of the CLUB meetings. • Active Members are required to serve actively on at least one committee. • Active Members must be Student Members of the Institute of Food Technologists. • Active Members are required to work three (3), 3-hour shifts at the CLUB annual fundraiser, Dairy Bar. • Earn Fundraising Incentives (Points) • Participate in at least 1 Outreach or Public Service event

  4. What are Fundraising Incentives Anyway? • Active members earn fundraising incentives (formerly known as points)! • The more active you are, the more you earn! • Incentives translate to $$ in the spring! • Professional development

  5. IFTSA • Chapter of the Year • College Bowl: 4th in the Nation • Product Development: 3rd in the Nation • IFTSA President: Jon Bauger

  6. What is IFT and IFTSA? Professional Association for Food Scientists (http://www.sciencemeetsfood.org/?page_id=12), • Community of students studying food science and technology • Over 2300 members • 8 Areas and 55 Chapters • Area Meetings in Spring (NCSU Hosting) • Annual Meeting (New Orleans, June 21-24, 2014)

  7. Eligibility for IFT scholarships • Competitions, including Product Development, College Bowl, etc. • Opportunities to build your leadership skills • Access to the IFT Membership Directory and IFT Community online • IFT resources and contacts, including the IFT online Career Center • Savings on registration to the IFT Annual Meeting & Food Expo, the world’s largest food industry meeting and trade show • Make lots of contacts!!

  8. IFT Dogwood Fall Meeting • Tentatively Scheduled for Thursday, October 3rd, 2013 in Wilson, NC • Tour of Cott Beverage Facility • Speaker TBD • Open to Everyone

  9. 2013-14 Executive Committee • President: Joseph Hildebrand jhhildeb@ncsu.edu • Vice President: Claire Klevorn cmklevor@ncsu.edu • Secretary: Kendra Stallings kdstall2@ncsu.edu • Treasurer: Liz Hechtehecht@ncsu.edu • Historian: Alicia Branda albranda@ncsu.edu • Activities Chairs: An Truong and Chris Biamonte  antruong@ncsu.edu; cjbiamon@ncsu.edu • Ag Life Reps: Morgan Caudill and Nikki Glick mfcaudil@ncsu.edu; nlglick@ncsu.edu • Undergraduate Rep: Katherine Speightkcspeigh@ncsu.edu • Faculty Advisors: Clint Stevenson & Rodolphe Barrangou

  10. What Does it Mean to be a Non-Profit?A message from the Treasurer

  11. Amendments Purpose Clause Dissolution Clause Conflict of Interest Clause

  12. Changes • All activities must fulfill mission • Active members only receive certain benefits - Example: IFT registration dues • Slight cutbacks to budget

  13. Committees Activities Athletics Awards Banquet College Bowl Dinner Outreach Dairy Bar Public Service Product Development Wine and Cheese

  14. Dairy Bar 2013 Your Co-Chairs Caroline Campbell Kat Daughtry Allie Briner

  15. Mark Your Calendars! • Dairy Bar: October 17th – October 27th • Dairy Bar Training: Tuesday, October 1st • Ice cream served after! • Appreciation Dinner: Thursday, November 7th • GREAT FOOD: sign up for 4 shifts!

  16. Get Involved! • Cleaning and freezer move shifts: early October • Scooping shifts • Or…...worked a DB shift before??? • Sign-up as a manager!

  17. Incentives and Penalties • To be an Active FSC Member • 3, 3-hour shifts • For each shift, you will receive 3 incentives • To attend the Appreciation Dinner • 4 shifts • 2 must be either a stocking (6-9AM) or closing shift (8-11PM) • Penalties • Must find replacement OR… • Lose incentives and appreciation dinner

  18. Sign-up Dates • Undergrads • Sept 10  • Grads • Sept 17  • Daily shifts: • Stocking: 6-9 am • 11 am-2 pm • 2-5 pm • 5-8 pm • Closing: 8-11 pm

  19. Product Development • Opportunity to get involved in IFT/IFTSA • Get experience in product development • Competition prizes • NCSU has placed in the Top 3 products nationally on a consistent basis

  20. Competitions include.. • The Disney-IFTSA Product Development Competition • IFTSA & Mars Product Development Competition • DDW- Natural Coloring Competitions for Students • Danisco Knowledge Award ($$) • IFT- Developing solutions for developing countries etc..

  21. Product Development • Sign up or contact us • Chris Cheng • ccheng7@ncsu.edu • Kartheek Anekella • kanekel@ncsu.edu

  22. Public ServiceChair: Ryan DowdyCo-Chair: • Plans Public Service events for the club • IFT Day of Service – Feeding Tomorrow • Anytime in September

  23. OutreachChair: Brianna Massey Responsibilities Include Supervising: 1) An Elementary School Visit 2) Supervising a Science Olympiad Event Benefits Include: 1) Feeling fantastic about yourself 2) Doing some good in this world 3) Earn extra club incentives

  24. AthleticsChair: Thomas Clawson • Coordinate tailgating parties with Activities Committee • Organize intramural sports • Flag Football • Soccer • Softball • Basketball • Ball Hockey

  25. College BowlChair: Kurt Selle • Food Science Trivia • Practice trivia questions, assembles question bank, checks questions • Need graduate & undergraduate students to compete!

  26. Wine & Cheese • Benefits Wine 2 Water Chair: Matthew Moore Co-chair:

  27. Co- Chairs: An Truong (antruong@ncsu.edu) & Chris Biamonte (cjbiamon@ncsu.edu) Activities Committee

  28. Canned Food Drives • Collected 178.4 lbs of canned food at the Welcome Back BBQ • Food donated to Feed the Pack Pantry • Food drive for each event this year • Updates on amount of food donated at each meeting

  29. Upcoming Events • Tailgate Saturday, 7 am (NCSU vs. La. Tech) • Student Involvement Fair September 4th, 10 am-2 pm, Brickyard • Faculty/Staff vs Students Softball Game October 2nd, 4:30-6 pm at Pullen Park

  30. Future Event Ideas! • Join Activities Committee! • Plan future events

  31. Ultimate Bragging Rights!The Golden Pig Trophy • 3 Events • Softball (Fall) • College Bowl (Spring) • Field Day (Spring)

  32. Student vs. Faculty Softball Game • Wednesday, Oct. 2nd at 4:30 pm • Pullen Park Baseball Field • Bring your game faces….. Students > Faculty (simple math)

  33. New FNBS website • Be a part of the committee to create a new, updated web experience • Contact Clint Stevenson cdsteve3@ncsu.edu

  34. Thank You See you on Tuesday, September 3rd for CALS Career Services