Collegiate Leadership Consultant Program
Collegiate leadership consultants (CLCs) are recent college graduates who travel to Gamma Phi Beta collegiate chapters across the United States and Canada to promote officer, member and chapter success. As professional staff members, they provide leadership and training, guide chapters in self-assessment, facilitate workshops and provide information, suggestions and ideas.
Collegiate leadership consultants gain valuable professional skills to prepare them for a successful career in many different fields. These include leadership, management and communication skills. Specially trained in all aspects of Gamma Phi Beta, CLCs serve many roles while on the road, from teacher to motivator to confidante.
To learn more about the CLC Program History, click here.
Gamma Phi Beta's CLC program receives significant support from the Gamma Phi Beta Foundation. We extend our sincere gratitude to the Foundation and the many generous donors that allow the Sorority to support this program.
Join the CLC Team
Each year, a group of recent college graduates are hired for the academic year to visit Gamma Phi Beta collegiate chapters, providing leadership education and professional support for chapter officers and members. Members who become CLCs gain experiences and skillsets that prepare them for a wide array of professional endeavors all while making a difference in the lives of Gamma Phi Betas across the country! Being a CLC is an exciting opportunity to grow professionally, explore new cities, build meaningful relationships with collegians, volunteers and staff and help support Gamma Phi!
The strongest CLC candidates are members who have held leadership positions in Gamma Phi Beta, the college Panhellenic council, a faith community, residence life, student government, community service or other student organizations.
Applications closed on January 14.
Have questions about the role? Contact CLC Program Manager Danie Edwards.
DESIRED SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS
- Gamma Phi Beta membership
- Bachelor's degree from a four-year college or university
- Leadership experience
- Ability to work autonomously and under direction
- Ability to prioritize projects
- Excellent writing and communication skills
- Excellent follow through and attention to detail
- Competitive salary
- Eligible for medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance coverage
- Laptop computer and wireless access card provided
- Cell phone stipend
- Travel and accommodation expenses
- Professional development training to apply in future professional endeavors
- Enhance leadership and problem-solving skills through hands-on experience
- Develop valuable presentation and public-speaking skills
- Networking opportunities with university administration and fraternity/sorority advisors
What To Expect From A CLC Visit
CLCs are sent to help chapters grow and succeed in every area of sorority life. When your chapter has a CLC visit scheduled, your CLC will reach out with information to help you prepare for the visit.
Chapter leadership is expected to provide their CLC with a schedule of meetings and activities during their visit. CLCs will meet with the president, membership vice president, new member educator, ritual chairwoman, education vice president and various advisors.
While the CLC will need to meet with leaders, tour facilities and attend all chapter meetings, they will also want to get to know your members. You should plan to include time for her to enjoy your campus’s attractions and meet a variety of members if possible.
Your CLC will send feedback to you, your chapter advisor, and your collegiate chapter supervisor. She will be noting your chapter’s strengths and challenges, as well as special achievements and outstanding programs.