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Regional Projects

REGIONAL PROJECTS - 2018

 

For those chapters who wish to complete additional projects beyond those recognized at the International level (HIA & College Project) and compete for the region's Most Distinguished Chapter award, the following five projects are offered:

2018 Nevada California Region Projects are supervised by the 2018-19 Regional Board:

 

President: Nicholas Ibarra

Communications Vice President: Betina Rubio

Webmaster Vice President: Husham Haroun

Nevada District Vice President: VACANT

Northeast District Vice President: Fatiatamai Folau

Northwest District Vice President: Michael Wong

Southeast District Vice President: Lizeth Lopez

Southwest District Vice President: VACANT


A Fresh Perspective

This project promotes cooperation, friendship, and work ethic of the Nevada/California chapters. The objective of this project is to reach out and actively work with other chapters in the region, therefore sharing a wealth of information and strengthening communication within our Phi Theta Kappa community.


One Day a Year to Lend a Hand

An annual day of community service, held on the fourth Saturday of October. There is a national Make-a-Difference-Day Organization, from which this concept derives. Projects usually occur on that day; however, it is also acceptable for a chapter’s project to span several days or even occur on a nearby date (say, within a week of that 4th Saturday). All chapters are encouraged to participate, as not only is it a rewarding day of service, but also of fellowship. The activity that can be done is open to each chapter’s prerogative; the day can be whatever your members make of it.


Honoring the Founding of Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa observes its birthday on Founders Day which is November 19. Phi Theta Kappa was founded in 1918 by presidents of two-year colleges in Missouri. The founders were seeking to recognize scholastic achievement by their students, and to establish a common purpose and standard for honors organizations on their respective campuses.


Exploring and Expanding Your Most Important Frontier – You – With Phi Theta Kappa

ΦΘΚ, was created as the region's first Honors in Action project to establish a foundation for which chapter participants can easily follow and complete as well as work within the context of this year's Honors Topic: Transformations: Acknowledging, Assessing and Achieving Change. Participating in this project will satisfy a number of objectives.


Phi Theta Kappans Love Service

We know Phi Theta Kappans like to get involved and help within their communities. The region would like to recognize the service that our members do to enrich their college and community. In the spirit of community service, we have provided multiple options for your chapters to choose from so you can cater to your community.


Education in a Financial Context

Many students attend college without having the full knowledge of what it takes to pay for college, nor how to maneuver through the financial aid application process, nor understanding the long-term financial cost of borrowing money. The objective of this project is for a chapter to host one or more financial education forums for students, most desirably in conjunction with the college’s Financial Aid Office; help students find the resources to pay for their education; explain the cost of borrowing money.