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1 Membership Growth Strategies Silver, Gold, Diamond and Founders Clubs

2 PPP Objective  Push 90% Retention of current active chapter roster  Pull 20% of any non-financial brothers who have been initiated into the chapter within the last 3 years  Push chapter growth through membership intake classes of 5+ Members  This will aid the fraternity to increase its membership to 15,000 members for 2015

3 PPP Goals  Implement a consistent and deliberate calendar of events that is closely aligned to PPP  Use identified four chapter liaisons for each level for more personal access and resources to assist with PPP activities. (This also gives liaisons training in best practices.)  Share chapter calendar with other local chapters increasing visibility for all involved. All brothers in the area can assist, attend, and support each others chapter’s activities. This builds bonds.

4 Membership Drive Structure Regional 1 st Vice Four Liaisons Eight Liaisons Silver, Gold, Diamond and Founders Clubs Int’l 1 st Vice

5 Project Push  Establish a payment plan for 2015 dues collection for current members  Push for 90% of brothers who are financial in 2014 to pay for the next year by December 1 st.

6 Project Pull  Reactivate 20% of inactive brothers who have been initiated into the chapter within the last 3 years.  Receive from IHQ a list of brothers who have been initiated into the chapter the last 3 years and the chapter attrition report from the previous year  Develop a contact list of these inactive brothers containing their most recent contact information  Develop strategies with the chapter to achieve the specified goal of reactivated members for the chapter  Every current chapter member, based on the amount of members in the chapter, will dedicate themselves to pulling a specified number of brothers back into the chapter

7 Project Push  Recruit at least 5 members for your membership intake class to assist with chapter growth  Retention of Sigma Beta members through transition to Membership Intake into collegiate chapter (if there are any SB’s available on the campus)

8 September Objectives  Establish a chapter retention plan while collecting dues and/or establishing a payment plan for 2015 dues for current members within the chapter  Submit PBS 7C Form to RD (Request for Intake Form)  Once Request for Intake is approved, host interest meeting  Certify brothers for Membership Intake Process (if available)

9 October Objectives  Hold special informational dues meeting (may be a social event) and invite all non-financial brothers to attend (alumni)  Collegiate chapters should hold same meeting and invite advisors and other graduate brothers to attend the meeting & Review MIP Goals, Ideas and Expected Outcomes

10 November Objectives  Intake period ends November 16th  Continue pushing 90% retention of current chapter membership  Send collected dues to IHQ by end of the month

11 December Objectives  Verify that IHQ has received funds & PBS1’s and check for correct numbers  Review numbers and compare against goals  Celebrate successes  Meet with chapter advisors and identify those graduates who may be relocating and connect with an alumni chapter in that city (for those graduating in December)

12 Chapter Liaisons (Listed here) NameChapter LiaisonTelephone

13 MIP Intake Window *Contact the Area Intake Coordinators for training and Membership Intake ChapterFall MIP Season AlumniOn-going CollegiateSeptember 7 th – November 16th

14 Action Items ActionDeliverableResponsibleDue Date

15 Please send all questions to any below First Vice Regional Director Regional Director Bro. Micheal Cristal Feedback & Questions


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