Current Committees with Open Opportunities
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) Committee: The Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Committee is a sub-committee of the Membership Committee and works to create and
implement initiatives for our members and industries to fully embrace diversity, equity & inclusion and to assure that PSE opportunities are accessible to all who support the mission and principles of PSE at the local/chapter, regional and national levels.
Membership Committee: The Membership Committee looks for ways to attract new members. Committee members also create strategies to keep current members active and involved. The committee performs such duties as organizing membership drives or campaigns, setting up direct mail campaigns and conducting membership surveys. The membership committee keeps members notified of how their membership benefits them. The Membership Committee is responsible for supporting the mission, vision, purpose and strategic plan of PSE, is responsible to provide insight on membership recruitment, engagement and retention. The Membership Committee may from time to time assess and recommend changes to the Fraternity’s membership fee structure, changes or additions to the Fraternity’s membership types/ classifications, and/or products, services and programs that will add value to the membership.
Alumni Committee: The Alumni Committee looks for ways to attract and engage alumni members. Committee members also create strategies to keep current alumni members active and involved. The committee performs such duties as organizing alumni membership drives or campaigns, setting up direct mail campaigns and conducting alumni membership surveys. The Alumni Committee keeps members notified of how their membership benefits them. It supports the mission, vision, purpose and strategic plan of PSE and provides insight on alumni membership engagement and retention. The Alumni Committee may from time to time assess and recommend products, services and programs that will add value to the membership. The Alumni Committee recommends opportunities for existing alumni members through volunteerism and loyalty, and proposes strategies for re-engagement of lapsed alumni members.
Communications Committee: The Committee manages all printed publications, such as the magazine, newsletters, brochures, flyers and leaflets. This committee also oversees the website. The Committee creates awareness of the good work that PSE does by creating marketing campaigns, promoting events, creating advertising and posting on social media platforms. It develops a comprehensive communications plan using various communications channels, including but not limited to the website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. The Communications Committee gathers content and proofreads the Fraternity’s flagship publication, Dotted Lines, in compliance with content guidelines and by established distribution dates. It monitors and reviews the PSE Wikipedia entry for accuracy and editorial content, utilizes social media to promote events and achievements of chapters and members through official hashtags, themes of the day, evaluates and makes recommendations regarding the website content and functionality and monitors social networking sites for Fraternity related issues.
Growth & Expansion Committee: The Growth & Expansion Committee is a sub-committee of the Membership Committee. It endeavors to extend PSE’s reach to more students across the US, providing values-based professional development, business acumen, sales training and a broad spectrum of career opportunities across a variety of industries and geographic locations. This committee is charged to conceive viable opportunities for the Fraternity to become financially self-supporting (operations and reserve fund supported through membership revenue). This includes, but is not limited to, expansion of PSE chapters on campuses where it does not currently exist, development of a student-to-Nationals membership model for college students enrolled in online schools (ie University of Phoenix, etc) and schools that may not be able to sustain a PSE chapter and other sustainable growth and expansion opportunities.