The ELC team serves as liaisons, ambassadors, resources and educators to collegiate chapters and Alpha Omicron Pi members. They visit each of our collegiate chapters throughout the United States and Canada and work with those chapters to enhance programming and reporting; provide training and assistance in recruitment and overall chapter leadership/management, and provide enthusiasm and encouragement to collegiate members, officers, and chapters as a whole. ELCs supervise activities of assigned collegiate chapters; partner with Network teams and headquarters staff to implement and execute chapter development efforts; direct, teach, advise and consult with chapter members in the areas of recruitment, chapter operations, retention and alumnae development. They are also charged to evaluate, develop, implement, and monitor overall plans for collegiate chapters to achieve standards to be considered competitive chapters on respective campuses.
This is an exciting opportunity full of many rewarding experiences. Maturity, resiliency, excellent problem-solving skills, commitment, good judgment, and a continuously positive attitude are just a few of the necessary attributes of an effective Educational Leadership Consultant.
To be considered for the Educational Leadership Consultant position, Alpha Omicron Pi requires listing two (2) references; one from an adviser from your AAC and one from a campus professional in your fraternity/sorority or student life community (FSA). In the case that your institution does not have a campus FSA, alternatives such as a different campus administrator, previous supervisor, coach, professor, or advisor are appropriate. Contact information for all references must be submitted as part of your ELC application. No letters should be sent from references, they will be contacted and asked to submit a candidate evaluation after the application deadline.