The Virginia Mu Alumni Volunteer Corporation strives to excel at mentoring undergraduate members of Sigma Phi Epsilon at George Mason University through,
- Establishing a one-to-one volunteer pairing between alumni and volunteers and undergraduate officers.
- Mentors and undergraduate officers attending corporation meetings together to report on progress.
- Mentors attend undergraduate chapter and executive board meetings to serve as a sounding board and advisor.
- Mentors attend leadership continuum events, which are critical to the development of undergraduate officers.
- Hold quarterly conference calls or other meetings with the district governor.
- Mentors play a role in preparing for the officer election and transition process.
- Mentors meet at least once per semester with the university’s Fraternity and Sorority Life professionals.
To achieve our goal of excelling at mentoring undergraduate students of Sigma Phi Epsilon at George Mason University the Alumni Volunteer Corporation offers a variety of ways for alumni and volunteers to mentor undergraduates.
A community mentor is selected by an undergraduate based on a particular need of the undergraduate. For example, an undergraduate may be an active participant and volunteer with the American Red Cross and ask that a member of the local chapter of the American Red Cross serve as a community mentor.
A challenge mentor is selected by an undergraduate based on their particular focus within the challenge they find themselves in within the Balanced Man Program. A challenge mentor may be an alumni, volunteer or fellow undergraduate member (not within the same challenge). This mentor should be a person that the undergraduate member uses to help progress through the Balanced Man Program challenge.
A leadership mentor is selected by the Chapter Support Team Chair in conjunction with the Chapter Counselor to serve a term of one year and mentor a particular undergraduate leadership position. The undergraduate chapter consists of the following leadership mentor opportunities,
- Chapter President
- Vice President Programming
- Vice President Recruitment
- Vice President Finance
- Vice President Communication
- Vice President Member Development
- Challenge Coordinator
The Chapter Counselor and Balanced Man Steward serve as leads for the Executive Board and the Balanced Man Program.
A career mentor is selected by an undergraduate based on a particular discipline, field, or interest in discipline or field. Individuals interested in serving as a career mentor can be in a formal or informal mentorship with an undergraduate.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, we encourage you to complete the Mentor Interest Form.