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The Greek Member Experience Tracks

The Greek Member Experience Tracks Explained

Campus Involvement track 

The intended outcomes for programs and events in the Campus Involvement track are for fraternity and sorority members to be active members of the Vanderbilt community engaged with their fellow Commodores supporting campus-wide programming.  Examples of this GME track include: VPB Spotlight, BSA Back to School Carnival or attendance at a VU Theater or Original Cast performances

Community Impact track

The intended outcomes for programs and events in the Community Impact track are for fraternity and sorority members are to make a difference in the local, national and global community by engaging in hands on community service projects, contributing to philanthropic efforts or participating in educational experiences around active citizenship and creating an impact through community engagement.  **Hands on community service is submitted individually, not as a separate GME event.    Examples of events in this GME track:  Dance Marathon, Kick Off Cook Off, educational session on “voluntourism” and ASB

Diversity & Inclusion track

The intended outcomes for programs and events in the Diversity and Inclusion track are for fraternity and sorority members are to engage in topics that will help them to consider perspectives different from their own, to gain a better understanding and appreciation of cultural differences, to help them expand their own cultural competence and apply it to their own experiences.  Examples of events in this GME track:  MLK Day Keynote, PRIDE Training, Interfaith Council programs, World on Wednesdays

Healthy Behaviors track

The intended outcomes of programs and events in the Healthy Behaviors track is for fraternity and sorority members to enhance their education and approach to alcohol, drugs, sexual assault, mental health and overall wellbeing and health as a student.  Examples of events in this GME track: KOGNITO module online, bystander intervention seminar with Project Safe, PCC Leaps program or Alcohol & Social Responsibility Training

Personal Development track

The intended outcomes of programs and events in the Personal Development track are for fraternity and sorority members to gain skills and experiences that will aid in personal growth and development of professional, leadership and life skills and contribute to their holistic growth.  Examples of events in this GME track:  EVOLVE or ASCEND participation, PREVAIL, Leadership Studios, participation in national organization leadership conferences

Faculty Engagement track

The intended outcomes of the programs and events on the Faculty Engagement track are for fraternity and sorority members to engage with faculty outside of the classroom to in.  Examples of events in this GME track:  Attending programs or lectures hosted by faculty members, faculty appreciation and chapter specific faculty events