Who is Tech CFR?
Tech CFR is a foremost-recognized student affiliate of the National Council on Family Relations. NCFR is the country's premier professional association whose interests are focused on topics and efforts that yield a common benefit - the understanding and strengthening of families. We are the exclusive, multi-disciplinary, professional society within the College of Human Sciences.
Who Can Join Tech CFR?
Tech CFR membership is open to any undergraduate student with an interest in family well-being. A majority of our student members are studying in the Human and Social Sciences, with majors including, but not limited to:
What Does Tech CFR Do?
Tech CFR members and stakeholders work to fulfill the mission of the organization by providing information and networking sessions, regular meetings with guest speakers, service opportunities, and social events.
Tech CFR members and stakeholders work to fulfill the mission of the organization by providing information and networking sessions, regular meetings with guest speakers, service opportunities, and social events!
In accordance with both the National Council on Family Relations and Tech CFR, our mission is to provide an education forum for family researchers, educators, and practitioners to share in the development and dissemination of knowledge about families and family relationships, establish professional standards, and work to promote family well-being.
Student Organizations are required to complete the Risk Management requirement (Training & Assessment) annually. To be in compliance with the 2017-2018 registration cycle dates will need to fall between April 1, 2017 and January 31, 2018. If you have questions email email@example.com.
Oct 13, 2017
In 25 words or less, copy or summarize the organization's purpose as stated in the organization constitution.
The TechCFR Undergraduate Chapter has as its primary goal to perform in a manner that will provide its Members with the knowledge and skills that will allow them to be better equipped to fulfill the Mission of the National Council on Family Relations, Promoting Healthy Families. Thus, the Organization seeks to provide Members with opportunities to grow on a personal and professional level as family science professionals.
Indicate any classification or academic requirements listed in the organization's constitution, i.e.-dues, G.P.A. etc. Membership must be open to all Texas Tech students without regard to race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or national origin. Within an organization, differing membership status may not exist based on race, religion, gender, orientation, disability, or national origin.
Membership is open to all enrolled undergraduate students, but primarily consists of dues-paying students in the human and social sciences with majors including, but not limited to:
◦ Community, Family & Addiction Services
◦ Family and Consumer Sciences
◦ Human Development & Family Studies
◦ Social Work
◦ And more!
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