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Junior Panhellenic Council News and History The Junior Panhellenic Council was formed at UCLA for the first time during the 2004 school year. At the beginning of the 2005 year, there was little direction to the organization, and it was questionable whether or not it would be able to develop and flourish in the future. During the Winter of 2005, Junior Panhellenic had a retreat where they strove to come of with some structure and goals for the future.
From there, the women were able to drive the organization to a whole new level. Positions and chairmanships were created and filled, and tasks were given to each of them. The women met weekly, and decided on the purpose of the organization being to encourage positive interfraternal growth between new members of each chapter. The Junior Panhellenic Council sponsored their first event at the end of the Winter 2005 quarter. They decided to bring together the women of Panhellenic for a dinner event, in which there was one woman from each chapter at each dinner. Although it was a small event, it was well participated and well liked, and another is being planned for the future on a larger scale. Through this event, they were able to bring together women from different chapters and let them see that they could all become friends, no matter which chapter they were from.
The UCLA Junior Panhellenic also decided to add a philanthropic element to the organization. They successfully held a school supply drive, in which school supplies were donated from each chapter and brought to an organization which brings them to inner-city children who don’t have the money to buy them. They also held a Penny War at the Panhellenic sponsored Beat ‘SC Car Smash which raised over $200 for the Rape Treatment Center of Santa Monica.
In the summer of 2005, the President and Vice President of the Junior Panhellenic Council took it upon themselves to create a charter for the organization. They did so using charters that existed from the UCLA Panhellenic, and other Junior Panhellenic Councils throughout the country. The charter was presented to the council, amended, and ratified in fall of 2005. The Junior Panhellenic Council hopes to continue bringing together younger members of the UCLA Panhellenic system, in order to help to break apart inter-chapter stereotypes and bring together all of the members of the organization.