Campus Leadership Structure Descriptions

Campus Leadership Structure: Student leaders are the representatives for the Petey Greene Program (the Program) at their university. They will play a strong role in maintaining and growing the Program at their school, campus recruitment, interviewing of potential tutors, community building among tutors, feedback, incident reporting and support, as well as providing introductions to the campus community of social and civic student organizations.

Leadership Team

President and Head Student Coordinator

  • Oversees all aspects of the Petey Greene Program student group at the university including but not limited to: preparation of agendas for meetings, campus recruitment, interviewing of potential tutors, community building among tutors, feedback, incident reporting and support.
  • Spearheads recruitment efforts each semester.
  • Works together with the other members of the Leadership Team to ensure the continued growth and functioning of the Petey Greene Program student group at the university.
  • Represents the organization at any meetings scheduled by the Office of Student Organizations at the university.
  • Help with volunteer interviews and debriefs.

Vice President and Tutor Training Chair

  • Schedules and coordinates initial tutor trainings and follow-up trainings after consulting with schedules of the volunteers and trainers. Works with Petey Greene Staff to execute follow-up tutor trainings.
  • At the end of each semester, solicits and organizes feedback from active volunteers.
  • Help with volunteer interviews and debriefs.

Secretary and Community Development Co-Chair

  • Takes the minutes of any meetings held by the student organization and maintenance of the student groups’ records and the calendar of the student organization, communication with tutor volunteers on upcoming trainings, meetings, events, speakers etc.
  • Organizes, updates and manages contact information for tutors in the student group and provides information to the Programs Volunteer Coordinator and Regional Field Manager.
  • Help with volunteer interviews and debriefs.

Treasurer and Community Development Co-Chair

  • Acts as a liaison with the university’s Student Organization office with regards requesting access to and accountability of funds for student events, schedules and reserves meeting space.
  • Works with the President/Head Student Coordinator and the Program’s Volunteer Coordinator in the planning of issue-based guest speakers, panel discussions and events at the university.
  • Help with volunteer interviews and debriefs.

Faculty Advisor

  • Agrees to serve in their capacity for a full academic year.
  • Is familiar with the mission, goals, and purposes of the student organization.
  • Meets with the student organization as it plans its activities and budget, and holds regular meetings with the Leadership Team as necessary.
  • Assists the Leadership Team in formulating long-range goals and in planning and initiating short-term projects.
  • Serves as a resource person for alternative solutions to problems confronting the group.
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