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    楓葉國際學校全球校友聯誼總會章程

    2013-07-26 18:01:12

    第一章:總則

    第一條 本會正式全名為“楓葉國際學校全球校友聯誼總會”,簡稱“楓葉校友聯誼總會”,英文譯名為:Global Alumni Association of Maple Leaf International Schools,簡稱為Maple Leaf Alumni Association or MLAA。

    第二條 楓葉校友聯誼總會是中國楓葉教育集團倡導的,由廣大校友自愿參加的從事校友聯誼工作的非營利性社會團體。

    第三條 本會以“聯誼、合作、共贏”為宗旨,通過廣泛團結校友,交流與合作,增進校友對母校的了解和感情;統籌協調各楓葉校友分會活動;集合海內外校友的優勢,發揮國際影響力,在政治、經濟、藝術、學術等領域,為推進東西文化優化結合,中華民族的偉大復興和世界的和平發展貢獻力量。

    第四條 本會遵守所在國家憲法、法律和法規,遵守社會道德規范。

    第五條 本會接受中國楓葉教育集團及其上級主管單位的業務指導和監督。

    第二章:職責

    第六條 本會的主要職責包括:

    1. 通過舉辦各類活動、搭建各類互動交流平臺,促進校友相互之間及校友與母校的溝通,從而最大程度發揮各方資源優勢,實現共贏;

    2. 指導各地組建、健全校友分會組織,與各地校友分會組織保持密切聯系,壯大楓葉校友會的實力;

    3. 積極鼓勵會員創業??倳Ω鞯胤謺驎T提出的創業意向書或其它可行性立項報告進行評估論證。對于具備市場前景的項目,總會將向相關分會或會員公布,促進項目實施;

    4. 通過建立比較完善的資金管理體系,募集校友、社會團體和有識之士的各項資源,如捐贈等,促進和支持楓葉教育事業的發展,為有需要的楓葉學生及校友乃至社會人士提供幫助;

    5. 收集整理校友深造、就業、創業以及在各個領域取得成就等信息。

    第三章:會員

    第七條 本會以楓葉國際學校歷屆的高中畢業生為主體,但在2012年本會成立前曾經就讀并為母校作出貢獻的學生亦可申請成為本會會員。曾經任職及現任的教工可以申請成為本會友人。在校高三學生可以申請成為預備會員。

    第八條 會員入會程序:凡符合第七條者,承認本會章程,完整填寫入會申請表,經秘書處審核同意后,即注冊成為本會會員。

    第九條 本會會員自愿入會,并享有以下權利:

    (一) 本會的選舉權和被選舉權;

    (二) 參加校友會組織的各項活動;  

    (三) 監督本會工作,向本會提出建議;

    (四) 閱取本會送發的有關母校的資料和刊物等;

    (五) 向母校各種刊物投稿的,可優先予以發表;  

    (六) 對母校的各項工作提出建議或意見。

    第十條 會員必須履行以下義務:

    (一) 遵守本會的章程和執行本會的決定;

    (二) 關心校友會的工作,維護本會的合法權益,積極為本會和校友服務;

    (三) 愛護母校聲譽,關心母校發展,積極參與母校組織的社會活動、公益活動和友好交流活動等;

    (四) 協同海內外校友與社會各屆友好人士,為母校的發展提供力所能及的支持和贊助;

    (五) 積極進行信息收集,協助本會不斷完善校友及相關的各類資料信息。  

    第十一條 對違背本會宗旨或損害本會聲譽的會員,經理事會表決通過取消或暫停其會員資格。

    第四章 組織機構和負責人產生、罷免

    第十二條 本會的最高權力機構是會員代表大會,會員代表大會的職責是:

    (一) 制定和修改章程;

    (二) 選舉和罷免理事;  

    (三) 審議校友會的工作報告和財務報告;

    (四) 選定本會的工作方針、計劃和重大工作事項;

    (五) 決定終止事宜和其他重大事宜。  

    第十三條 會員代表大會的決議須獲得有效投票的半數以上方能生效。因故不能到會的代表可通過遠程技術參與表決或派委托人到會。

    第十四條 會員代表大會每五年召開一屆,因特殊情況需提前或延期換屆的,須由理事會表決通過,但延期時間最長不超過1年。

    第十五條 理事會是會員代表大會的執行機構,在閉會期間領導本會開展日常工作,對會員代表大會負責。首屆理事會由會員自薦及推薦產生候選人,集團總裁委員會進行篩選任命。

    第十六條 理事會的職權是:

    (一) 對外代表本會;

    (二) 執行會員代表大會的決議;  

    (三) 審議理事長、副理事長、秘書長任免事宜;

    (四) 籌備召開會員代表大會;

    (五) 向會員代表大會報告工作和財務狀況;

    (六) 商定下屆理事會成員候選人及理事名額的分配;

    (七) 決定會員的吸收和除名;

    (八) 制定和修改章程,制定內部管理制度;

    (九) 決定其他重大事項。

    第十七條 理事會決議須獲得有效投票的半數以上方能生效。因故不能到會的理事可通過遠程技術參與表決或派委托人到會。

    第十八條 理事會每年召開一次會議,特殊情況下,可以采用視頻或電話會議等通訊形式召開。

    第十九條 理事會常設秘書處,作為日常工作機構。理事會閉會期間,由秘書長協調處理日常事務。

    第二十條 本會的理事長、副理事長、秘書長每屆任期五年,任期最長不得超過兩屆。因特殊情況需延長任期的,須經2/3以上理事會成員表決通過。

    第二十一條 總會理事長由集團總裁委員會提名、理事會任命的集團主要領導或者德高望重的校友擔任??倳貢L由總會理事長委任。

    第二十二條 理事會可邀請有威望的社會人士擔任名譽會長或顧問。

    第五章 分會的組建和管理

    第二十三條 總會將挑選楓葉校友較為集中的地區或國家優先設立分會。未設立分會地區的校友可向總會秘書處申請建立分會。并接受總會的領導和業務指導。

    第二十四條 各地分會會長通過自薦或推薦產生候選人,由理事會表決任命,并自動成為總會理事。各地分會工作人員由分會會長委任。

    第二十五條 理事會理事名額的分配,原則上與各地分會會員數量成正比。

    第二十六條 各地校友分會應根據自身情況,通過合法途徑,自籌資金開展活動。資金的使用應體現公開透明的原則,促進分會工作的開展。

    第六章 資金管理

    第二十七條 本會根據國家規定的財務管理制度,建立比較完善的資金管理體系,并實施管理。

    第二十八條 本會資金來源:

    (一) 社會及校友捐贈;

    (二) 母校資助;  

    (三) 利息及投資經營所得;

    (四) 其他合法收入。

    第二十九條 本會經費必須用于本章程規定的業務范圍和事業的發展,不得在會員中分配。任何單位、個人不得侵占、私分和挪用本會的資產,違法必究。

    第三十條 本會應保證會計資料合法、真實、準確、完整,定期公布資產情況,接受會員代表大會和主管部門的監督。

    第三十一條 本會在適當時候可以啟動籌建校友會基金,并根據國家規定的財務管理制度制定基金管理辦法,保證基金健康、合法運作。

    第七章 章程的修改程序

    第三十二條 對本會章程的修改,須經理事會表決通過后報會員代表大會審議。

    第三十三條 本會修改的章程,需在會員大會通過后15日內,報備主管部門,并通過有效途徑向全體會員公示。

    第八章 附則

    第三十四條 本章程中英文書就,具有同等效力;

    第三十五條 本章程的解釋權屬楓葉校友聯誼總會理事會;

    第三十六條 本章程于2012年6月9日起試行。


    Constitution of the Global Alumni Association of Maple Leaf International Schools

    Chapter One: General Provisions

    Article 1: The official full name of this association is “Global Alumni Association of Maple Leaf International Schools”, to be referred to as the Maple Leaf Alumni Association or MLAA.

    Article 2:Maple Leaf Alumni Association is a non-profit social organization initiated by China Maple Leaf Educational Systems, which provides networking opportunities for the alumni of all Maple Leaf International Schools (MLIS), who voluntarily join together.

    Article 3: The aim of the Association is to create mutually beneficial situations for members through networking. By uniting all alumni, it promotes understanding and affiliation between alumni and Maple Leaf International Schools. The Association intends to enhance mutual exchanges and cooperation among alumni and between alumni and MLIS through coordinated activities organized by branches of the MLAA, to facilitate access to the resources of alumni overseas and in China, and to establish an international influence in the political, economic, artistic and academic fields, contributing to the optimal blending of the Eastern and Western cultures, the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation and peaceful development of the world.

    Article 4: This association complies with the Constitution, laws and regulations, as well as social ethics of the countries in which it operates.

    Article 5: This association accepts guidance and supervision from China Maple Leaf Educational Systems and its administrative authorities.

    Chapter Two: Responsibilities

    Article 6: the main duties will include:

    1. Through organizing various activities, build a variety of interactive communication platforms for alumni and the alma mater to communicate with each other, thereby maximizing all resources to achieve mutually beneficial situations;

    2. Guide local affiliated alumni chapters to build and improve alumni organizations, and work closely with them to strengthen the Maple Leaf Alumni Association;

    3. Encourage entrepreneurship among members. Business plans and project proposals will be assessed by the Association and projects with market prospects will be shared with the relevant branches for implementation where feasible;

    4. Through the establishment of a sound financial management system, raise funding from alumni, community groups and other various sources, to promote and support the development of MLIS, and provide assistance to Maple Leaf students, alumni and other people in need;

    5. Collect and organize information regarding alumni’s academic, professional and entrepreneurial achievements.

    Chapter Three: Membership

    Article 7: All full members of the MLAA will be graduates of Maple Leaf International Schools. Former students enrolled prior to 2012, who left the school after a significant contribution but before graduation, may also be considered for full membership. Former and Current teachers may apply to become Friends of MLAA and current grade 12 students may apply as candidate members prior to graduation.

    Article 8:In order to register as a member, one must comply with Article 7, recognize the constitution, fill out the membership application form, and be approved by the Secretariat.

    Article 9: Membership is voluntary. Members enjoy the following rights:

    (A) vote and stand for election;

    (B) participate in the activities organized by the Alumni Association;

    (C) supervise and make recommendations to the Association;

    (D) access to publications of the Association;

    (E) submit writings to various publications by the alma mater, with publishing priority granted;

    (F) provide recommendations or comments to the alma mater.

    Article 10: Members must fulfill the following obligations:

    (A) comply with the constitution and implement the Association's decision;

    (B) care about the work of the Alumni Association, safeguard the legitimate rights and interests of the Alumni Association, and provide active services to alumni and the Association;

    (C) care about the alma mater's reputation and development, and actively participate in social activities, welfare activities and friendly exchange events organized by the alma mater;

    (D) collaborate with alumni and friends at home and abroad to support the development of the alma mater;

    (5) assist the Association to collect data and information regarding its members;

    Article 11: For those who act contrarily to the Constitution or damage the reputation of the Association, the Board of Directors will vote to cancel or suspend their membership.

    Chapter Four: Organizational Structure and the Election and Dismissal of Key Persons

    Article 12: The highest authority is the Members Congress, and its duties include:

    (A) formulation and revision of the Constitution;

    (B) election and dismissal of Directors;

    (C) reviewing the work reports and financial reports of the Association;

    (D) resolve on policies, work plans and major work items of this Association;

    (E) resolve on termination of certain projects and other significant matters.

    Article 13: Congress resolutions shall be effective only if more than half of the members who effectively exercise their rights vote in favor. Off-site members may vote through distance means or authorize representatives to vote with their proxy.

    Article 14: Congress is held every five years, the Board of Directors should resolve any advance or delay due to special circumstances, but the extension period may not exceed one year.

    Article 15: Board of Directors is the executive body of the Members Congress, and conducts the daily work on its behalf. Candidates for the first Board of Directors are self-nominated or nominated by members, and the Presidential Committee of the Maple Leaf Educational Systems will make the selection and appointment.

    Article 16: the Board's mandate is to:

    (A) represent the Association;

    (B) execute the Congress resolutions;

    (C) evaluate and resolve the appointment and dismissal of the MLAA Chair, Vice Chair and Secretary General;

    (D) prepare for the convening of the General Assembly;

    (E) report to the Congress on work status and financial situation;

    (F) prepare a slate of Board candidates for the next election and determine a quota for director allocation;

    (G) decide on the admission and removal of members;

    (H) develop and modify the Constitution and develop the internal management system;

    (I) resolve other important matters as may arise from time to time.

    Article 17: resolutions shall be effective only if more than half of the Board Directors vote in favor. Off-site members may vote through distance means or authorize representatives to vote with their proxy.

    Article 18: The Board of Directors meets once a year. Under special circumstances, videoconference, telephone conference or other forms of communication may be utilized.

    Article 19: Secretariats of the Association and its local chapters are permanent for any daily work. In between Board of Directors meetings, the Secretary General is in charge of coordinating daily affairs.

    Article 20: The positions of Chair, Vice Chair and Secretary General are each five year terms and each position cannot be held more than two consecutive terms. Under special circumstances, an extension of a term of office is subject to at least two thirds of the Directors voting in favor.

    Article 21: The Chair of the Board shall be one of the principal leaders in the Maple Leaf Educational Systems or a respected alumnae or alumnus, nominated by the MLES Presidential Committee and appointed by the Board of Directors of the Alumni Association. The Secretary General shall be appointed by Chair of the Board.

    Article 22: The Board of Directors can invite respected figures to be Honorary Presidents or Advisers.

    Chapter Five: Establishment and Management of Branches

    Article 23: Branches may be set up as needed in areas or countries where Maple Leaf alumni are present. Member alumni can apply to the Secretariat to set up branches in new locations. The branches will operate under the leadership and guidance of the Board of Directors.

    Article 24: Candidates for the Presidents of the branches are determined by volunteering and/or by recommendation. The Board of Directors will make the appointments. Branch Presidents automatically become Directors of the Board. Positions within the local branches will be appointed by the respective Presidents.

    Article 25: Quota distribution for Directors of the Board is positively related to the number of members registered at each branch.

    Article 26: Local branches shall raise funds through legal means for local networking activities. The use of raised funds shall align with principles of openness and transparency.

    Chapter Six: Financial Management

    Article 27: A complete financial management system will be set up and implemented in accordance with the financial management regulations set by relevant local and international authorities.

    Article 28: The sources of the Association’s funding:

    (A) alumni donations;

    (B) social fund raising functions;

    (C) assistance from the alma mater;

    (D) interest and investment income;

    (E) other legitimate income.

    Article 29: All funds must be used for activities and developments approved within the principles of this Constitution, and may not be distributed among members. No branch, department or individual associated with the Association shall use, embezzle or misappropriate the assets of the Association. Any branch, unity or individual found to be in violation is deemed to be breaking the law and will be dealt with through legal channels.

    Article 30: The Association will ensure that the accounting information is legitimate, true, accurate, and complete. Regular publication of financial reports will be reviewed and supervised by the Members Congress and the designated department.

    Article 31: At an appropriate time, an Alumni Fund will be established and run in compliance with relevant local and international financial management system.

    Chapter Seven: Amendment procedure for the Constitution

    Article 32: Any proposed amendment of the Constitution shall be first voted and approved by the Board of Directors and then passed on to the Members Congress for consideration and adoption.

    Article 33: The amended constitution should be filed to the state’s administrative department within 15 days after the General Assembly passes it and made public to all members.

    Chapter Eight: Supplementary Provisions

    Article 34: the Constitution is written in both Chinese and English, which are equally valid;

    Article 35: The Board of Directors has the right to interpret the Constitution;

    Article 36: the Constitution enters into force on June 9, 2012.


    楓葉國際學校全球校友聯誼總會

    首屆理事會成員提名公示

    總會會長:總裁任書良先生,楓葉教育創始人

    秘書長:任鴻鴿

    理事提名:

    陳禹今,Facebook分會會長

    唐瑭,維多利亞分會會長

    洪澄,溫哥華分會會長

    雷夢達,蒙特利爾分會會長

    張謐思,埃德蒙頓分會會長

    惠慧,費城分會會長

    戴松凱,洛杉磯分會會長

    王澤林,愛德蒙分會會長

    張巖,悉尼分會會長

    黃賢璋,大連分會會長

    張明思,沈陽分會會長

    葛春龍

    魏然

    譚佳瑩

    葛秋陽

    權奇也

    金鑫

    楊紹文

    南東濱

    宋明遙

    徐斌

    劉遙

    王瀟

    易昊

    Nominees for the 1st MLAA Board of Directors

    Chair: Mr. Sherman Jen, Founder & CEO of MLES

    Secretary General: Fred Ren

    Nominees for Directors:

    Chen Yujin, Facebook

    Tang Tang, Victoria

    Hong Cheng, Vancouver

    Lei Mengda, Montreal

    Zhang Misi, Edmonton

    Hui Hui, Philadelphia

    Dai Songkai, Los Angeles

    Bruce Wang, Edmond

    Zhang Yan, Sydney

    Heaven Huang, Dalian

    Zhang Mingsi, Shenyang

    Chris Ge

    Ethel Wei

    Mona Tan

    Ge Qiuyang

    Alvin Quan

    Ada Jin

    Jason Yang

    Nan Dongbin

    Song Mingyao

    Xu Bin

    Adam Liu

    Wang Xiao

    Yi Hao

    聯系我們

    “楓會”秘書處:任鴻鴿 alumni@mapleleaf.net.cn +86-411-87906821

    “楓會”人人小組:http://xiaozu.renren.com/xiaozu/236586/thread

    “楓會”Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/groups/Dalian.mapleleaf.alumni/

    Contact Us

    Secretariat: Ren Hongge alumni@mapleleaf.net.cn +86-411-87906821

    Renren group: http://xiaozu.renren.com/xiaozu/236586/thread

    Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/Dalian.mapleleaf.alumni/

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