Incoming freshmen who are interested in being a part of NAHS can be a "Freshman Intern" to learn the ropes as they gain experience and necessary course requirements to apply as a member their sophomore year.
NAHS members are responsible to check their LHS Gmail account as well as the Google Classroom all members will be invited to join. Both of these ways of communication are vital to ensure everyone is up to date with events, announcements, etc.
Monthly Meetings will be Tuesdays at 7:00am in room 214
March 1,15, 29
NAHS members need to submit their community service hours (minimum of 14 hours) to the Vice President. Contact your Vice President to submit your hours.
-Runs member meetings
-Creates meeting agendas
-Society spokesperson-liaison with society and school administration, students, and teachers, and community
Assists the president in all the following duties:
-Helps president run member meetings
-Keeps track of all member's hours of community service
-Gives monthly reports of community service hours to advisors
-Maintain the NAHS bulletin board
-Records meeting minutes
-Records meeting attendance
-Creates member directory
-Write and mail thank-you notes
-Create a monthly NAHS event update
-Take photos at events
-Event Coordinator: Event contact, records member event attendance, creates & distributes event flyers/handouts/ maps, take photos at events, oversees event maps, reminders, permission slips, sign-up sheets, set-up and confirm events (reservations, visiting artists…)
This position could be held by multiple people depending on how the chapter votes.
- When the chapter comes up with a community service event, the project leader will be nominated to recruit volunteers from the chapter
- Is a point of contact for other adults or community members who are involved in the community service event.