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2012 Chapter Report Sigma Sigma Phi- Omega Chapter New York College of Osteopathic Medicine AOA Convention Sigma Sigma Phi Annual Board and General Assembly.

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1 2012 Chapter Report Sigma Sigma Phi- Omega Chapter New York College of Osteopathic Medicine AOA Convention Sigma Sigma Phi Annual Board and General Assembly meeting October 7 th, 2012 San Diego, California

2 Executive Board President: Marielle Ferstenberg Vice President: Irena DeMario Secretary: Erica Altschul Treasurer: Asfi Rafiuddin Community Service Organizer: Hope Fokas Faculty Advisors Dr. Brian Hallas Linda Darroch-Short Erica Bomani Current Members Class of Class of Class of 2013 Leah Bergman Joseph Bove Chantel Bruno Angela Caldera-Sui Vanita Chand Esther Cheng Irena Demario Marielle Ferstenberg Hope Fokas Peter Hong Sijun Kim Tara Kulkarni Claire Nadler Raymond Vlacanich Nicole Yuzuk Delphine Tang Asfi Rifiuddin Marla Shu Kevin Wong Margarita Mikhaylova X Zhair

3 Class of 2014 Barry Ryan Brunstein Jason Cadotte, Noelle Clement, Alexa Connors, Grayson Ferrara, Scott Hamill, Darcy Hanson, Hugo Joseph, Tuhina Jun, Samuel Kilinsky, Alexandra Kwiatkowski, Alysia LaRosa, Francesca Lee, Ada Loh, Meredith Malekan, Michael Meghpara, Melissa Mellor, Thomas Miceli, Alyssa Rogers, Patrick Schear, Matthew Shroff, Punita Siu, Nga Yan Soshnick, Sara Strumph, Kaitlin Thomas, Jerry Toor, Jaspreet Vargo, Danica Vennard, Kaitlyn Wang, Tony Wong, Fatima Zimbler, Jodi

4 Student Eligibility All eligible candidates must illustrate service to the College, Community, or Osteopathic profession as well as demonstrate excellence in academic achievement based on the following criteria: 1.A minimum GPA of 85% and a strong record of community involvement/ extracurricular activities (i.e. T.O.U.C.H. award) since matriculation at NYCOM and a successfully completed application for admission 2.Participation in a minimum of 5 hours community service per term 3.Demonstrate leadership by chairing and coordinating at least one community service project before the end of the third year Membership Selection Process Preliminary Application extended to up to top 25% of 3 rd year class 1.Applicants are given 2 weeks to back a completed application which consists of a survey of their club involvement; leadership roles; community service at NYCOM, outside of NYCOM, & prior to matriculation 2.Application also includes three mini-essays detailing applicant’s assets, rewarding community service experience, & project ideas 3.Selection committee convenes to review applications & vote on membership 4.Applicants are notified by of their acceptance and provided with an invitation to attend the induction ceremony Community Service Events Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K Special Olympics events The above events were organized and attended by the entire Omega chapter. Individual members also organize events with smaller group of volunteers. Goals 1.Organize more community service events for the chapter as a whole 2.Involve the first and second year students in club activities 3.Increase fundraising


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