The following expectation contract has been created to outline expectations and responsibilities of members of the Homecoming Committee; to ensure that members of this organization strive to fulfill the duties and missions that come with being members of the organization and representatives of the University of North Carolina with charisma, confidence, and most importantly, class.
Being a member of the Homecoming Committee is a privilege, not a right. As such, this position comes with certain rights and responsibilities.
By signing this expectation contract, you agree to:
- Be a present and active member on the Homecoming Committee through the end of your term.
- This means can only miss three Homecoming Committee meetings per semester.
- Attend Homecoming meetings as well as project meetings as per your commitment to them.
- Come to meetings prepared with topics/issues that will be discussed.
- Assist and participate in events to promote the week of Homecoming, as well as those listed in the Homecoming schedule.
- Be actively involved in activity planning and decision making within the Homecoming Committee.
- Become a member and maintain membership of the Student Alumni Association.
- Follow through on all commitments whether large or small to ensure the success of events, projects and the Homecoming Committee as an organization.
- Represent the GAA and the Homecoming Committee in a positive manner through words and actions.
- Abide by all policies and procedures of the University, GAA and the Homecoming Committee and exhibit acceptable behavior (i.e. role model) on campus and within the community.
- Maintain open communication with the adviser, officers, other leaders and most importantly your fellow members of the Homecoming Committee.
- Provide input to the adviser, officers and your Homecoming Committee members for the continuous improvement and development of your specific organization.
- Ask for help and ask questions.
- Maintain a working knowledge of fellow GAA student groups and encourage cross-organization collaboration among GAA student groups.