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Sigma Sigma Phi – Gamma Chapter

Sigma Sigma Phi – Gamma Chapter. AOA National Convention Las Vegas, Nevada Sunday, September 29 th , 2013. Presented by: Naveen George, OMS II, President. Leadership. President Naveen George. Vice President Benjamin Gough. Treasurer Brentley Frossard. Secretary Andrew Fang.

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Sigma Sigma Phi – Gamma Chapter

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  1. Sigma Sigma Phi – Gamma Chapter AOA National Convention Las Vegas, Nevada Sunday, September 29th, 2013 Presented by: Naveen George, OMS II, President

  2. Leadership President Naveen George Vice President Benjamin Gough Treasurer BrentleyFrossard Secretary Andrew Fang

  3. Our Chapter’s Goals • Positively impact the community at large through service projects and charitable fundraisers • Strengthen the presence and awareness of Osteopathy in the local community • Promote fellowship amongst the student body and continue the scholastic standing of its members and its colleagues

  4. To achieve our goals, we: • Hold monthly meetings • Organize mentoring projects at the Kids Café and the LEAD Program • Organize bi-annual Blood Drives • Ambassadorship • Additional Community Service Projects • Fundraise • “Boards Survival” Water Bottles • Scholarship Auction • Hoodie Sale

  5. Monthly Meetings General club meeting the fourth Tuesday of every month Discuss upcoming events and service opportunities Promote open discussion and fellowship among colleagues To fulfill their commitment to SSP, members participate in community service and fundraising events Members are required to complete 12 hours of community service per semester

  6. Mission Statement As a club of scholastic achievement and service, we can best serve our community by mentoring the children of Erie academically and socially

  7. Kids Café • Non-profit organization that functions as a soup kitchen for young children • SSP members are encouraged to volunteer their time to give homework help to these kids • Teaching basic math and spelling

  8. LEAD Program • Non-profit organization that mentors teenagers who have had minor altercations with the law • SSP members are encouraged to help these students with their homework • Credit recovery program allows these students to graduate high school on schedule

  9. Bi-Annual Blood Drives • Collaborative effort with Community Blood Bank of Erie, PA • Held at LECOM campus every fall and spring since 2002 • SSP orchestrates the donations of the students, faculty, staff, and community to ensure efficient collection The Blood Mobile

  10. Ambassadorship • Interview Lunches • On-Campus Day • Rotations Review • Community Health Fairs

  11. Additional Service Events • Relay for Life • ServErie • Community Celebrations • Fun Runs

  12. Fundraise • “Boards Survival” Water Bottles • Hoodie Sale • LECOM Scholarship Auction

  13. Leadership at LECOM Seton Hill Jessica Seebald Vice President 1 Daniel Kozicki Vice President 2

  14. Leadership at Seton Hill cont. Jillian Smith Secretary Martina Risech Treasurer Cecilia Kraus Historian

  15. Events • SPRING 2013 • Westmoreland Foodbank • Put together meals for people who could not afford them • Walk A Mile In Her Shoes • A walk to prevent domestic violence

  16. Events Red Cross • FALL 2013 • Blood Drive - September 4th • Disaster Relief training programs • Recruiting students to donate blood Collections for Westmoreland Food Bank

  17. Other Events • Daffodil Days • Helped to sell daffodils in order to raise donations for cancer research for the American Cancer Society Membership Drive & Induction • Others: • Business Card Fundraiser Sale • SSP Lunch/Orientation Ambassadors • Holiday Mail for Heroes • Blood Drives with Seton Hill University • Made backpacks full of clothes and toys for Adelphoi House • Organize representatives for Hospital Day

  18. Final Thoughts It is with great enthusiasm that we continually grow and evolve to meet the constant demands and perpetually changing needs of our student colleagues and the community at large.

  19. Thank you! Sigma Sigma Phi – Gamma Chapter Executive Board

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