CLC FAQs

What is a CLC?
A CLC is a recently graduated alumna who travels across the country to assist our collegiate chapters with recruitment, leadership training, educational programs, and operational support.

What are qualities of an outstanding CLC?

  • Enthusiasm for Gamma Phi Beta
  • Adaptability
  • Willingness to learn
  • Leadership skills
  • Enjoys meeting new people

How many consultants are hired each year?
The size of the team varies based on the needs of the Sorority.

What is the length of employment?
CLCs are hired for one year with an optional second year contract renewal.

What's a typical day like for a CLC?
CLCs can serve as travelers or residents. Traveling CLCs make short visits typically focusing on specific areas of chapter operations like recruitment, officer elections or new member education. Resident CLCs work with one chapter for a semester focusing on all areas of chapter operations. All CLCs hold meetings with chapter officers, supporting volunteers and campus professionals and attend chapter events such as recruitment, ritual, chapter meetings, sisterhood events, etc. CLC duties vary greatly from day to day.

When does the application and interview process take place?
Applications and supporting documents are due near the end of the fall term. Each application is reviewed, and top candidates will be asked to interview in person in February. Interviews are scheduled on weekends. The interview process includes individual interviews, group interviews and presentations.

When does CLC training and employment start?
In June and July CLCs participate in in-depth training on chapter operations, international Gamma Phi Beta and general professional skills. These trainings take place at the Sorority’s International Headquarters and various locations in the Denver metro area. Each CLC’s schedule is created by the chapter services manager to best meet the needs of the Sorority.