The Nevada/California FQK Regional Board’s mission is to encourage, guide, and recognize individual student academic success and chapter involvement within and beyond our region by providing opportunities in scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship. Furthermore, the Board aims to create a supportive environment, which encompasses effective outreach efforts to our members with the motivation to inspire personal development by exploring new frontiers to ensure growth for individuals, our region, and beyond our community.
We will uphold the standards of FQK, and work collaboratively as a regional team with individuals within and beyond our region to accomplish our mission and goals with honesty, cooperation, determination, discipline, humility, social responsibility, empathy, respect, and integrity.
All six officers will complete their Competitive Edge programs and become the first NV/CA regional officer team to have all officers achieve Five Star Member status by December 2015.
Complete a minimum of ten summits – one summit from each district will be conducted per academic (Fall/Spring) term. Summits will incorporate vital Phi Theta Kappa programs and opportunities (Honors in Action, College Project, Competitive Edge, CollegeFish, etc.) to help members achieve academic and personal goals.
Each regional officer to identify and encourage at least one potential successor to campaign for regional office.
Encourage regional chapters to submit at least two regional projects, raise or maintain 5-Star Chapter Goal, and motivate at least 150 participants to attend the Fall Leadership Conference (FLC) and Spring Convention.
Increase regional outreach efforts and publicity via conference calls, consistently published newsletters, social media updates, promotional videos, and timely e-mail announcements and information. The Board will have a particular focus on communicating with and revitalizing inactive chapters.
Strive to achieve the region’s first “Distinguished Regional Officer Team” Hallmark Award at the 2016 International Convention.