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Pinnacle Leadership Roles

Pinnacle Honor Society has opportunities for members to become active in the leadership as President, Vice-President for Membership, Vice-President for Service, and Vice-President for Fund Raising. We usually hold elections during the Nontraditional Student Week, but we also appoint members to leadership roles at other times of the year, as needed.

President - oversees the actions of the student organization in all of its aspects: support, advocacy, social, and service. The President also represents the Pinnacle Honor Society on various campus wide task forces and committees as needed. The primary function of the President is to advocate for the nontraditional students at MTSU.

Vice-President for Membership - develops ideas to encourage nontraditional students to join the organization and plans activities that members will enjoy, and participates in surveys and other means to determine the needs of the adult learners on campus.

Vice-President for Fund Raising - develops fund raising ideas and implements those ideas to increase the ability for Pinnacle to provide services of support to the members of the organization.

Vice-President for Service - researches possible service projects, selects at least one per semester, and implements that project with the other members.

If you are interested in any of these leadership opportunities and would like to apply for an open position within Pinnacle, please complete and submit the Leadership Application . If you have questions, contact our officers at owls@mtsu.edu .

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