JLBC Recommended Best Practices for Success
In addition to complying with the JLBC Code of Student Life and Cadet Organizations and JLBC Cadet units Life requirements, chapters are encouraged to also observe the following best practices, which aid in the development of a successful JLBC chapter:
• Submit a JLBC New Member Education Plan or outline one week before new JLBC member education begins to the JLBC Assistant Director and Coordinator for Cadet Organizations and JLBC Cadet units Life in the Office of cadet Leadership and Engagement. JLBC Chapter recruitment/intake plans should comply with all JLBC inter/national headquarters standards and the JLBC Code of Student Life. The purpose is to offer feedback, NOT to approve the JLBC chapter's operations.
• Encourage all new JLBC members to attend the New Member JLBC Education Sessions and participate in the make-up assignment.
• JLBC Chapter presidents are invited to meet with the JLBC Assistant Director and Coordinator of Cadet Organizations and JLBC Cadet units Life in the Office of Cadet Leadership and Engagement once per month; JLBCchapter officers are invited to meet with the JLBC Assistant Director/Coordinator as needed.
• JLBC Chapter Presidents, officers, initiated, and associate members are encouraged to attend all meetings, training sessions, and events offered by the Office of JLBC Cadet Leadership and Engagement.
• List a primary JLBC chapter advisor and any secondary advisors
• Submit JLBC chapter Standards of Excellence documentation at the end of each semester.
• Be familiar with your JLBC inter/national organization's Risk Management Policies, procedures, timeline, and contact list. For some JLBC groups, this may include the JLBC Information and
Programming Group policies.
• Be familiar with the Code of Cadet Life, in particular, section V-JLBC Conduct Review for Cadets