St. Jude Vision Committee Opportunity
Leadership, Philanthropy | January 10, 2018

ALSAC/St. Jude is currently seeking rising sophomores, juniors and seniors to join the 2018 St. Jude National Vision Committee (NVC)!

The NVC is a new opportunity at ALSAC/St. Jude that will engage college students in professional development and leadership experiences as they represent the collegiate and young adult space, a fundraising group responsible for raising more than $10 million annually in support of the St. Jude mission. The committee will be comprised of students selected through an application and interview process from the following groups:

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WHAT ARE TRI DELTA ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR SERVING ON THE NVC?

  • Be a sophomore, junior or senior for the 2018-2019 academic year
  • In good standing with Tri Delta
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5+
  • Enrolled as a full-time student at an accredited institution

WHAT ARE THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF AN NVC MEMBER?

  • Five to seven short-term projects (up to three hours to complete), conducted remotely over the course of one year.
  • Actively participate in all assignments and discussions.
  • Consistently and actively communicate with ALSAC staff and NVC peers.
  • Remain in good standing with ALSAC and Tri Delta throughout the one-year term.
  • Openly communicate any challenges that may inhibit meeting the above expectations.
  • One visit to the St. Jude campus, which will include:
    • An extensive innovation workshop to develop concepts for St. Jude fundraising and awareness efforts.
    • Guest speakers from the ALSAC enterprise.
    • A tour of the St. Jude campus.
    • A fun Memphis experience.

NEXT STEPS

  1. Read more about this opportunity to fully understand the commitment and expectations from St. Jude and Tri Delta.
  2. Apply online by Jan. 24, 2018, for a chance to be selected as a member of the National Vision Committee.
  3. Share this opportunity with fellow Tri Delta sisters who are eligible!
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