Alumni- How to re-start your TKE Chapter

Step 1:

Step 2:   Work with TKE Headquarters Staff to form an Area Alumni Association and a Re-Colonization Board.
Contact : Louie Correa for More Information on Alumni Associations

Step 3: TKE and the Re-Colonization Board will begin communication with school officials to schedule TKE's return to campus
(TKE will only expand to a campus if given approval by the proper school official)

Step 4: Once a date for return has been scheduled, TKE Headquarters and the Re-Colonization Board will work with all stakeholders to plan an organized expansion effort; including identifying local chapter advisors and forming a board of advisors for the group, before the group's conception.

Step 5:  Upon conclusion of the expansion effort and the group reaching colony status , the group will

  1. Be inducted as Candidates for Membership
  2. Begin taking part in the “The Blueprint,” TKE's Member Development Program: working toward the first milestone, initiation.
  3. Take part in a Officer and Group Retreat

Step 7: The colony members will be initiated, and will be supported by TKE/'s Regional Servicing Team and continue to work towards chartering.

Step 8: Once the colony has met the chartering requirements they petition the Grand Council for recognition as an active TKE Chapter.

Step 9: Upon approval by the Grand Council the Chapter will hold a Chartering Ceremony to be recognized as an active TKE Chapter.

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