Presidents-elect transition into district assembly
Incoming club presidents receive formal training at both the presidents-elect training seminar (PETS) and district assembly. Presidents-elect training seminars are held throughout February and March and cover their role and responsibilities.
District assemblies are held in March, April, and May, and topics such as public speaking, leadership, and team building are covered. District assemblies will build upon and finalize the guidelines established during PETS.
As presidents-elect return from their PETS, there are a number of things they can do to prepare for the district assembly, such as:
- Finalizing committee chair assignments
- Meeting with the incoming club leaders to discuss annual goals and work on the club’s strategic plan.
- Talking to district leaders to discuss ideas for service projects and strategies for achieving club goals.