President, President-Elect and Vice President
The President serves as the chief representative of the honor society or chapter. This position administers chapter business and coordinates all Board of Directors meetings. The President can serve as an ex-officio member of committees, with the exception of the Leadership Succession Committee.It is also the responsibility of the president to ensure that required reports such as the Chapter Annual Report and the Chapter Fee Verification form are submitted to headquarters by their designated due dates.
The President-Elect is not a required position, though it is highly encouraged. The primary function of the President-Elect is to shadow the current president and observe chapter operations until the end of the term, at which time the President-Elect succeeds into the role as president. Specific responsibilities of the President-Elect are determined by each individual chapter’s needs.
The Vice President performs various responsibilities on behalf of the chapter. This position performs the duties of the president in the president’s absence. The Vice President also facilitates achievement of chapter goals and oversees at least two chapter program each year. The Vice President often oversees the membership engagement efforts and frequently chairs or serves on committees as needed.
The Chapter Management System is a functional tool that allows chapter leaders to download chapter rosters, submit chapter news to STTIconnect, access the Online Induction System, order materials from Print on-Demand, update chapter contact information and manage the Officer and Committee Chair Report. Other important links provide access to pages such as the chapter directory and other vital documents.