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IMPACT OFFICER GUIDE - INTERCHAPTER RELATIONS



One of the unique aspects of our organization is that it is a fraternity, a collective brotherhood. Chapters need to reach out to each other and develop the bonds of brotherhood. Rituals and communications are key as we develop the Fraternity.

CONTENTS


NATIONAL DOCUMENTS

  • National Bylaws Spring 2011- Under Chapter Improvement- must be logged into Website
  • Membership Policy- Under Officers
  • Chapter Assessment and Planning Session- Under CAPS Resources
  • National Pledging Standards- Under Officers
  • Pledge Manual March 2011- Under Chapter Improvement
  • Risk Management Policy- Under Managing Risk
  • APO Style Guide- Under Communications

CONCLUSION

You will find that we have not attempted to provide you with an answer to every question, problem, or crisis that may arise during your tenure. Instead, we hope the guidance provided will enable you to make proactive decisions that will provide positive experiences and support for your chapter's alumni program. Remember, one of the best supports any officer can have is interaction with the previous officer and transference of information. If you feel that you have learned something in your position that could help other officers in the Fraternity, please send your suggestions to leadership.director@apo.org so this manual can remain fresh and relevant.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

APO IMPACT Chapter Training Program was developed under the 2006-2008 National Leadership Development Commitee, Ed Richter; Program Director. Many thanks to all who helped in writing, reviewing and developing this dynamic tool.