Circle K at the University of Michigan

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Chair Requirements

Being the Chair of one of our 14 different committees is both a challenging and incredibly rewarding way to get more involved in Circle K, as well as build your leadership skills. A more detailed description of chair duties can be found below.

 

Daily Duties

  • Constant Contact: Always be in contact with your committee, as well as the rest of the Leadership Team.
  • E-Mail: You should always be on top of all e-mails. Respond to all e-mails within 24 hours.
Weekly Duties
  • Committee Meetings: Hold a committee meeting and create an agenda.
  • Attend All Club Meetings and Socials: It's really important to be at every club meeting because people may be interested in joining your committee or attending one of your events. You need to be a visible face in this club. If you are unable to make it to a weekly club meeting or social, notify the Vice Presidents at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it at least 24 hours in advance.
  • Attend Office Hours: You will be responsible for one office hour every week. This is a great time to plan for Circle K related events such as committee meetings!
  • Calendar: Post projects on the calendar by the 1st of the previous month, organize site leaders and drivers (if applicable) and keep track of service projects.
Monthly Duties
  • Leadership Team Meetings: There is a Sunday LT meeting every month. This is a great time to get together with the entire leadership team and plan events. Come prepared with an update as well as questions and issues you want to discuss.
  • Monthly Report Form: Every month, you will completely fill out and submit a Monthly Report. This should be submitted by noon the Saturday before the LT meeting.
  • Service Hours: At least 10 hours per month.
Periodic / Miscellaneous Duties
  • District Events: Required to attend at least one District Event throughout the year (Fall Rally, Snowpia, LovePit, District Convention, etc.)
  • Attend Committee Lock-in (Fall) and Committee Olympics (Winter): These events are held once per semester. It is a great time to meet your new committee members as well as all the other committee members.
  • Support LT: Attend other LT members' events and support what they do. For example (but not limited to): Go to PR events, attend LEADCon, attend Formal, attend workshops, and attend interclub events.