Chapter Advisory Board
Growing leaders ..... strengthening the bond.
As the interest group grows into a Colony and then to a Chapter, the Chapter Advisory Board (CAB) becomes the most important volunteer group.
CAB involvement includes, providing guidance, encouragement, and mentoring these young men to become the Brotherhood of leaders they aspire to be.
Indiana Delta cab advisers:
CHAPTER ADVISORY BOARDS
Phi Delta Theta is always looking for men and women who have the desire and willingness to share their expertise and background with the undergraduate brothers of Phi Delta Theta. Since 2010, the Fraternity has increased its number of chapter advisory board members by 145%.
Over the years the singular Chapter Adviser at a chapter has evolved into a Chapter Advisory Board, and the distribution of responsibilities has been spread out throughout a committee structure. The Chapter Advisory Board (CAB) commonly includes a Chapter Advisory Board Chairman, a financial adviser, a recruitment adviser, an academic adviser, an alumni relations adviser, a facilities manager, and a faculty adviser. The individuals making up the CAB usually meet once a month independently of the chapter and spend the majority of their individual time working with the specific chapter officer that matches their responsibilities.
The Chapter Advisory Board is usually made up of alumni from that specific chapter and other Phi Delts who live in the surrounding community. However, an increasing number of Chapter Advisory Boards have enhanced their board membership by involving parents and members of the university and surrounding community. These individuals bring a fresh and different perspective to the Fraternity, which can positively impact the undergraduate brothers.
Phi Delta Theta hosts volunteer training at its regional province retreats and Chapter Advisory Board members are also asked to participate in an online certification process prior to officially assuming their post. Chapter Advisory Board certification and resources are offered for the following positions: