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System where certain leadership positions in the society that require additional work to run are given additional benefits.
◦ Leadership credits are divided among 4 tiers.
Tier 1: Minimal effort leadership events. Most fall here.
Receive a leadership credit.
Tier 2: Some extra effort for service project leaders. Electee Group leaders, Officers.
Receive leadership credit and 3 service hours.
Tier 3: Cub Scout Day project leaders.
Receive leadership credit and 8 service hours.
Tier 4: Bookswap Chairs and Career Fair Committee Chairs.
Receive a leadership credit and 15 service hours.
Elevation to higher tiers.
◦ If a leader goes above and beyond tier expectations he/she can request to be elevated to a higher tier as follows:
Electee Group Leaders make a request to the Vice President.
Service Project Leaders make a request to the Service Chair.
Social Activity Leaders make a request to the Activities Chair.
Officers make a request to the Advisors
◦ Final elevation decision to be made by Advisory Board
Leading Multiple Projects.
If someone leads multiple projects, they will receive the hours associated with the tier of that leadership
position, with the exception that the leader will receive the hours associated with the service project itself for a Tier 1 position.
- Mary leads Cub Scout Day (Tier 3) and is a group leader (Tier 2). In total, she will get a leadership credit, 8 hours from Cub Scout Day, and 3 hours from being a group leader.
- Bob leads Cancer Center (Tier 1) and Book Swap (Tier 4). Cancer center lasts 3 hours. In total, he will get a leadership credit, 15 hours from Book Swap, and 3 hours from Cancer Center.