INDIANAPOLIS (November 24, 2015) – A Certified Fraternity Volunteer (CFV) is one who possesses the essential knowledge of Alpha Kappa Psi’s operations, ideals and values.
A CFV is an Alpha Kappa Psi volunteer that has successfully mastered the topics around good volunteer resource management. In order to be recognized as a CFV, volunteers must first become a Qualified Fraternity Volunteer and pass the certification exam. In order to receive the designation of being a Certified Fraternity Volunteer, the following four easy steps must be completed.
- Become aQualified Fraternity Volunteer (QFV)
2. Prepare for the Certified Fraternity Volunteer Exam
3. Take the Certified Fraternity Volunteer Exam
4. Receive benefits as a Certified Fraterity Volunteer
All volunteers are encouraged to become certified. In order to hold a position on the management team, fraternity or foundation board of directors, it may become a requirement that the CFV designation is achieved within one year of appointment to the volunteer role. Through the CFV program, volunteer principles are elevated while enhancing volunteer development and performance.