Recruitment Counselor Information
A Recruitment Counselor is expected to be:
- An impartial representative of the College Panhellenic Association who understands and implements the purposes and goals of the College Panhellenic Association in membership recruitment.
- Serves as a full member of the recruitment team including pre-recruitment duties
- A crucial link in the organization and success of Recruitment.
- An enthusiastic person of the fraternal community who is able to convey this enthusiasm to PNMs.
- Supportive of the PNM through extensive person-to-person contact during the membership recruitment process.
- One who exhibits objectivity and an inclusive attitude with respect to each member group in the College Panhellenic and has a willingness to share positive information (facts) about each chapter.
- A good listener, sensitive, positive, perceptive, objective, and able to maintain confidentiality.
- A responsible, dependable, and resourceful person in obtaining information and answers to difficult questions. - Willing to contribute personal time, complete all training, and execute assigned responsibilities with enthusiasm and sincerity during the entire membership Recruitment process.
- Familiar with the NPC Unanimous Agreements and resolutions regarding membership Recruitment and the College Panhellenic rules and regulations, procedures, and Recruitment schedules.
Duties of the Recruitment Counselor includes:
- Attends all Recruitment Counselor training sessions and completes responsibilities including pre-recruitment duties.
- Stimulates and maintains interest in the Recruitment process and in joining a women’s fraternity.
- Keeps all information confidential regarding conversations with PNMs unless there is a need to speak of such conversations with an Executive member or Greek Advisor.
- Monitors the PNMs’ procession through the membership Recruitment process.
- Is available as much of the time as possible during Recruitment for the PNMs to address concerns and offer guidance.
- Reinforces her position as a neutral representative of the College Panhellenic by refraining from contact with her own fraternity/sorority and the revealing of affiliation through the membership Recruitment period.
- Promotes a positive attitude toward the women’s fraternities through personal behavior.
- Models the Panhellenic Creed.
- Understands the procedure for reporting possible recruitment violations and reports such concerns to the Panhellenic President (Samantha Espinoza), Vice President of Recruitment (Marissa Nickel), or to the Panhellenic Advisor immediately.
- Understands that the recruitment counselor is authorized to file recruitment violations, though it is not her primary or central responsibility.