TPH Bylaws

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Active Member Requirements

 

With the exception of dues, these are on a per-semester basis.

  • Attend 75% of general meetings

    • There are 6 general meetings + 2 info sessions. You must attend 5 out of these 8!

    • If you cannot attend general meetings, you must notify an officer and do:

      • 5 extra hours of volunteering

      • 1 extra social event

    • If you attend less than 5 general meetings but can attend most general meetings:

      • ​Attend 2 out of 4 Professional Development Workshops (PDW) for one makeup meeting point-max​​

  • Attend at least 4 social events, with a max of 2 virtual events

  • Fulfill at least 8 hours of volunteering

  • Receive at least 3 fundraising points

  • Points for each event will vary
  • Pay dues by cash or Venmo (@TexasPublicHealth) to the treasurer in one of these ways:

    • $40 per year 

    • $30 per semester

         Include your full name and t-shirt size 

The deadline to meet active status is Monday, December 5th!

Texas Public Health welcomes anyone and everyone interested in public health issues. You don’t have to be a member to attend meetings or participate in activities; we will keep track of your participation.

 

Why be an active member?

 

In addition to getting a TPH t-shirt, becoming an active member allows you the chance to have significant contact with the professors and staff in the Public Health program and the School of Human Ecology, which often can prove useful for connections. You get to experience volunteering opportunities and truly see your positive impact on the community, and meet many like-minded people as well. Plus, you can run for an officer position the following year, and get free admission to our end-of-the-year Texas Public Health Banquet. 

 

If you have any issues that make you feel that you cannot meet these requirements but want to be an active member, talk to any of the officers to make special arrangements. There is always something to do, as long as you are committed.