Three PHC officers are on their way to the College Panhellenic Academy, hosted by the National Panhellenic Conference. Here is what each officer is hoping to gain from this weekend's training.
Sophia (PHC President) - I look forward to traveling to Indianapolis this weekend for CPA with my fellow executive board. During the conference, I hope to learn how to strengthen my leadership skills and find out how other campuses are improving their sense of community on campus. Our greek community is tight because it is small, but I would love for it to extend past our campus and give us more opportunities to strengthen our community in Duluth with our resources. I look forward to meeting with the rest of the PHC presidents see what they are doing to improve their college community.
Annabelle (PHC VP Recruitment) - This weekend, I am so excited to attend College Panhellenic Academy in Indianapolis. I think this weekend is going to be so much fun and will be a great experience for me to learn more about Panhellenic Recruitment, and I am so grateful to have this opportunity. I hope to gain more knowledge on recruitment, learn some helpful tips and tricks, and to network with other women who serve on Panhellenic at other universities. It'll be interesting to see how Panhellenic communities at schools where greek life is huge approach and handle recruitment, and I'm excited to meet other women who I can ask for advice later on in the process, and share what I learn with the rest of the board back home!
Lexi (PHC VP Judicial) - When going to the College Panhellenic Community I want to achieve learning what my new position does and bring back information to our chapters that we may have not known about. As well as building my communication skills through the notes that are taken at Executive Board meeting as well as Delegate meeting. Note taking while at the academy will help me to be a better note taker during meetings as well as how the notes should be updated and posted for others to see when they are not able to make it to a meeting. Another one of my big goals is to learn how to share information that is important for chapters to know and how to do it in a timely manner as well as how to word those emails.