Many companies often ask us for a list of our most involved members. In order to successfully reward the efforts of our top members, we have decided to implement a point system to efficiently track and monitor the involvement of our whole membership pool. The members with the most participation points will hold a slot on our Most Involved Members List. Being featured in our semester resume book or acquiring interviews through networking events are a couple benefits of being involved – see more below!
What is it ?
Why is it important?
Due to the vastness of SCMA’s membership body, it is imperative that potential leaders effectively demonstrate their capabilities as members while also proving their involvement within our association. These select individuals represent the most active within SCMA and directly feed to companies for recruitment.Aside from exclusive recognition amongst recruiters, other perks include (but not limited to):
- Recognition as one of SCMA’s top members
- A spot in our Resume Book open to all recruiters
- Most Involved Dinner
- More to be announced
SCMA MEMBER INVOLVEMENT ACCOLADES
Top 3 Member’s Reward:
Free Spring Trip
Top 5 Member’s Reward:
Top 10 Member’s Reward:
Invitation to Senior Night
Top 15 Member’s Reward:
Social Media Recognition
Top 20 Member’s Reward:
Top 20 Member Dinner
Top 25 Member’s Reward:
Added to Resume Book
For any concerns or questions about current point total, please email Jenna Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org. Each member must sign in at each event or activity and must be a member to be accurately awarded the proper credit. Points will be earned and awarded as such.
Find your current membership ranking here
|General Membership Meetings||Attending GMMs prior to SCMA Career Fair||1 / meeting|
|Attending GMMs after SCMA Career Fair||2 / meeting|
|Community Service||Volunteer Events||3|
|Start-up Consulting Program||3|
|Outing, Social Event or Day Trip||2|
|Holding a Chair Position||6|
|Participation in the SCM Internal Case Competition||5|
|General Event Volunteering||3|