Greek Community Educational Consultant

If your chapter, you personally, or a brother or sister is either struggling academically and you would like extra resources/help or is doing well and you would like to nominate him/her for special recognition, please contact this year's GCECs:

Eric Herring, eric.herring@case.edu

Anna Hirsch, anna.hirsch@case.edu

Purpose

The Greek Community Educational Consultant (GCEC) position is designed to deliver educational assistance to fraternities and sororities. GCEC work closely with the Greek Life Office and with IFC/Panhellenic, GCECs conduct group programs, respond to individual needs and concerns, and reach out to the Greek community to provide information and services to Case students.

The GCEC will conduct scholarship chair meetings, publish the Academia monthly, conduct academic assessments with chapters that need assistance, and coordinate Focus on Faculty events. Additionally, the GCEC will provide assistance to chapter scholarship chairs and members on academic issues and disseminate handouts concerning Case academic policies and resources.

Position Qualifications

GCECs should preferably have rising junior or senior status with demonstrated experience and interest in helping students. A GPA of 3.6 or above is preferred, and some tutoring experience is desirable. The ability to work well with others is also important, and you will be working with a counterpart GCEC much of the time. GCEC selection will focus on those students who have shown initiative by holding a chapter or IFC/Panhellenic office.

Position Terms

A nine-month contract will be offered for the academic year. Compensation includes a monthly stipend. GCECs are directly supervised by the Greek Life Assistant for Scholarship.

Position Responsibilities for Greek Life
  • Organize and attend the regularly scheduled chapter scholarship chairperson meetings.
  • Conduct academic assessments.
  • Attend all IFC/Panhellenic meetings and give reports on scholarship.
  • Develop and present two educational programs each semester.
  • Provide scholarship chairpersons with referral information to better assist chapter members with personal problems that interfere with their studies.
  • Encourage chapter/faculty relations with the assistance of the scholarship chairs.
  • Promote two programs a year designed to integrate faculty/student interaction.
  • Coordinate IFC/Panhellenic Focus on Faculty events.
  • Assist with the development of chapter scholarship programs and educate chairpersons about their jobs.
  • Coordinate an incentive program to encourage chapters and individuals to do well or improve.
  • Coordinate the publication of a Greek newsletter, the Academia, that focuses on the importance of scholarship in the Greek community.
  • Meet weekly with the Greek Life Assistant for Scholarship and the Director of Greek Life.
  • Complete weekly reports in a professional and thorough manner.
  • Establish five office hours and devote 10 hours a week to the position.
  • Disseminate information regarding ESS programs in the Greek community.
  • Recruit Greeks to tutor for ESS.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.