Take your Leadership to the Next Level!
The ΣΔΤ Collegiate Leadership Team (CLT) will be comprised of dynamic, undergraduate ΣΔΤ sisters who have demonstrated a personal interest in leadership and who aspire to further develop their leadership skills. The CLT members shall serve as change agents and represent the collegiate voice at the national level of our organization. Each member is charged with promoting the ideals and values of Sigma Delta Tau Sorority and the initiatives of the National Board of Directors.
The CLT’s primary role will be to assist in planning and facilitating Sigma Delta Tau National programming while working with national volunteers and the Board of Directors. In addition, we will look to the CLT for feedback and ideas when creating innovative and effective programming and tools for our chapters. Participation on the CLT will allow members to share their leadership experience with others and foster personal and professional growth with fellow ΣΔΤ sisters.
Members of the CLT are required to attend the orientation and training weekend November 9-11, 2018, to begin the planning process, refine leadership skills, build relationships with fellow CLT members and look to them as the collegiate voice at the ΣΔΤ Board of Directors meeting.
The ΣΔΤ sisters selected for the team will have their travel, hotel, food and registration expenses paid for by the National Organization for the training weekend and any additional programming in which they might be asked to facilitate and participate, such as Chapter Leader Days. Sisters must be able to participate in monthly conference calls that focus on training and planning for regional programs. For further information about this program, please email the Collegiate Leadership Team Coordinator, Daryn Foster, at email@example.com.
Being part of the Collegiate Leadership Team gives you the opportunity to:
- Share your leadership experience with others
- Foster personal and professional growth
- Connect with SDT sisters from across the country
Members are chosen based on campus activities, chapter participation, leadership, diverse interests and experience, special talents and future individual goals. Applications and recommendation letters are due by Monday, September 10, 2018!