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Officers Duties

Chapter Officers serve a vital function in the FFA. By taking a major leadership role, these students grow from the experience and benefit the chapter. it should be the officers' goal to lead by example and encourage other members to participate in chapter activities.

 

The following are general duties expected of all officers:
- A genuine desire to be part of a leadership team.
- A willingness to accept responsibility.
- A sincere desire to work with all chpater members in meeting their leadership, personal, and chapter goals.
- A commitment to lead by example.
- Knowledge and understanding of the chapter, state, and national FFA constitutions, bylaws, and programs.
- A working knowledge of parliamentary procedure.
-The ability to memorize official ceremonies.

 Office:

President

 Vice President  Secretary  Treasurer  Reporter Sentinel  Advisor

 

 
-Preside over meetings according to accepted rules of parliamentary procedure
- Appoint committees and serve on them as an ex-officio, non-voting member
-Coordinate the activities of the chapter and evaluate the progress of each division of the POA
-Represent the chapter in public relations and functions
















- Assume all duties of the president if necessary
-Develop the POA and serve as an ex-officio, non-voting member of the POA committees
-Coordinate all committee work
-Work closely with the president and advisor to assess progress toward meeting chapter goals




















 -Prepare and post the agenda for each chapter meeting
-Prepare and present the minutes of each chapter meeting
-Place all committee reports in the Secretary's File
-Be responisble  for chapter correspondence
-Maintain member attendance and activity records and issue membership cards
-Have on hand for each meeting:
    - The secretary's file
    -Copy of the POA, including all standing and special committees
    - Official FFA Manual and hte Official FFA Student Handbook
    - Copy of the Chapter Constitution and bylaws


-Recieve, record and deposit FFA funds and issue receipts
-Present monthly treasurer reports at chapter meetings
-Collect dues and special assessments
-Maintain neat and accurate treasury records
-Prepare and submit t he membership roster and dues to the National  FFA Organization through the state FFA Association in cooperation with the secretary
-Sever as chairperson of the finance committee















 -Serve as chair of the POA public relations committee
-Plan public information programs with local radio, television, newspaper, and service clubs and make use of other opportunities to tell the FFA story
-Release news and information to local and regional news media
-Publish a chapter newsletter or website
-Prepare and maintain a chapter scrapbook
-Send local stories to area, district, and state reporters and to any school publications
-Send articles and photographys to FFA new Horizons (R) and other national and regional publications and websites
-Work with local media on radio and television appearances and FFA news
-Serve as the chapter photographer
 -Assist the president in maintaining order
-Keep the meeting room, chapter equipment and supplies in poroper condition
-Welcome guests and visitors
-Keep the meeting room comfortable
-Take charge of condidates for degree ceremony
-Assist with special features and refreshments.




















-Supervise chapters activities year-round
-Inform porspective stuents and parents about FFA
-Instruct students in leadership and personal development
-Build school and community for the progam
-Encourage involvement of all chapter members in activities
-Prepare students for involvoemtn in career development events (CDEs) and leadership programs.








 

 

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