Fall 2017 Service Chairing Form
In order to receive 0.25 hours for chairing, please provide thoughtful feedback on the project and how brothers acted. It is important to evaluate our service and make sure that we are representing APO in a positive way. Please contact Chris and I if you have any questions! Thank you!
What is your name?
Your answer
Are you a Brother or a Pledge?
What was the name of the service project?
Your answer
What category does the project fall under?
What was the date of this service project?
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What time did the project start?
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What time did the project end?
Time
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Which Brothers signed up to attend on APO Online and showed up?
If some people were only there for part of the time, please put down how long everyone stayed. **Please also alphabetize Brothers by last name.
Your answer
Which Pledges, if any, signed up to attend on APO Online and showed up?
If some people were only there for part of the time, please put down how long everyone stayed. **Please also alphabetize Pledges by last name.
Your answer
Who signed up for this project but did NOT attend or find a replacement?
Please cross-check on APO Online as you answer this question.
Your answer
How much time did you spend traveling, if any?
Your answer
Did anyone drive? If so, who?
Your answer
What are your thoughts on the project? What did you like and dislike?
Your answer
Did any Brothers or Pledges go above and beyond at this project? Please explain.
Your answer
Did any Brothers or Pledges fail to serve to the best of their ability? Please explain.
Think about anyone who seemed distracted, rude, etc. All responses will be kept confidential. It is important to have this information to generally educate the Brotherhood on how to serve and make sure that we are upholding the principles of APO at each event.
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Do you have any additional comments?
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