FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Jessica Gendron Williams
Carmel, IN -- Phired Up Productions opened applications for their new "Student Voice Coalition" today. Information about how to apply is below.
The team at Phired Up Productions seeks to gather a group of diverse undergraduate students together for the sole purpose providing feedback from a student perspective. We know that college students have a powerful, practical, and real-life point of view that can help shape our educational messages positively. Each year we teach tens of thousands of students all over North America, and we want to make sure our messages are helpful, practical, and inclusive of all audiences.
We want involved students that represent a variety of cultural, organizational, and life experience backgrounds that will a) keep us informed of the realities of the current undergraduate Greek experience, b) provide pertinent feedback about our content and deliverables to ensure relevance, c) suggest ways we can be more inclusive of all collegiate member experiences, and d) challenge our current ways of thinking.
Please complete the application found here to "raise your hand" and volunteer to help. If chosen, expect to participate in monthly meetings, expect to be asked to read and review a significant amount of material, and expect to be an active and engaged unpaid volunteer. We expect many applications, and we apologize in advance if we're not able to utilize all the volunteers. We will contact you directly if you are chosen for the Student Voice Coalition.
At Phired Up Productions, our Reason for Being is simple. We exist to help fraternities and sororities find more people AND to help more people find fraternities and sororities.
We teach, coach, research, and write about how fraternities and sororities can recruit and retain more high quality people through a values-centered, research-based, relationship-focused approach. All of our services from research to coaching to training combine our years of experience to achieve one simple goal - Grow Fraternity and Sorority Life.
For more information on Phired Up Productions, visit www.PhiredUp.com.
Posted on Wed, November 26, 2014
by Matt Mattson