Article VII. Local Chapter Executive Committee
The official organizing committee of this association shall be Local Chapter Executive Committee.
The Local Chapter Executive Committee shall consist of the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Interclub Affairs
Representative, and Ethnic Minority Affairs Representative.
The Local Chapter Executive Committee shall have the authority to determine the general guidelines of the organization,
to be exercised by a vote of the majority of its members.
The terms of office for the Local Chapter Executive Committee will be for one year, beginning the first day of Summer Session
through the last day of Spring Semester.
No member may hold the same office for more than two one-year terms, unless appointed as a replacement to the Local Chapter
Executive Committee after the first day of the year of the election.
The association shall be responsible for guaranteeing open nomination in the conduct of the election of the Local Chapter
The members shall elect the President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer.
The selected officers shall receive a majority vote of the members by secret ballot to obtain the position.
Election for the Local Chapter Executive Committee shall be held in the month of April annually.
The newly elected Local Chapter Executive Committee shall work with the present Local Chapter Executive Committee in an
observational capacity from the first day in May (May 1) through the first day of office.
The Local Chapter Executive Committee shall plan a minimum of two (2) meetings per month for the Chabot SCTA/NEA-SP membership.
The Local Chapter Executive Committee shall meet as the executive committee a minimum of once a month.
In case of a vacancy in the office of the President, the Vice-President shall succeed to the office of President and serve
for the balance of the term of office.
In case of a vacancy in the office of Vice President, Secretary, and/or Treasurer the vacancy shall be filled by the organization
from among its members by secret ballot and majority vote of its member to serve the balance of the term of office.
In the event that an officer is not upholding the constitution any Local Chapter Dues-Paying Member who has attended at
least fifty percent (50%) of the meetings can make a motion to impeach an officer with a 2/3 vote of members present.