Those entering the Armed Forces or Civilian workforce. Includes new recruits, re-entrants and transfers from other Forces. If taken over a sufficiently long time, intake figures may include the same individuals more than once, if they were re-entrants.
An orientation and education process that is an alternative to pledging in which a new member undergoes a brief period to learn basics about the organization. More extensive education follows initiation.
Term for the process by which NPHC members are selected to become new members of an organization. Much more secretive than recruitment or rush, but generally includes an application and an interview process, followed by an educational program done at the regional level conducted by alumni, then an initiation (generally known as “crossing”).
The term NPHC groups use when bringing in new members into the organization. Each NPHC chapter determines when they will conduct intake. Interfraternity Council (IFC) - The governing body of the six National Interfraternity Council fraternities at WSU.
Process for which prospective members are educated about a chapter's history, organization, and community service. It is the initial procedure for some historically African-American fraternities and sororities.
Amount of a substance that is taken into the body, regardless of whether or not it is absorbed; the total daily intake is the sum of the daily intake by an individual from food, drinking-water, and inhaled air. No entries
Initial contact by clinical staff with a person referred to a mental health service. It involves the collection of information to assess the appropriateness of referral and enables a person to be directed to the most appropriate service response within or outside the mental health service.
the first point of entry for water flowing into a process or system. The Southern Nevada Water System's two primary water intakes are located at Saddle Island, more than 100 feet beneath the surface of Lake Mead.
The point at which water is diverted from a river or stream to the turbine via a diversion. A trash rack/filter and settling tank are often installed at the intake point to prevent debris and sand or silt from reaching the turbine. See also: Diversion, Forebay, Penstock
Structures used to transfer flow from the truck sewers down to the tunnel. On the Nancy Creek Tunnel, eight intakes will be constructed. The intakes include a tangential vortex drop structure, a drop and vent pipe. The drop and vent pipes will be installed using a technique called â€œraise boring.â€ The advantage of raise boring is that cuttings from the drilling operation drop back into the tunnel and are removed at the construction shafts, rather than at the intake locations.
Procedure prior to preliminary hearing in which a group of people (intake officer, police, probation, social worker, parent and child) talk and decide whether to handle the case formally or informally.
A procedure which takes place before the preliminary hearing where a group of people discuss and decide if the case should be handled in a formal or informal manner. The group consists of the child, parent, police, intake officer, probation officer and other relevant people.
a measure of exposure expressed as the mass of a substance in contact with the exchange boundary per unit body weight per unit time (e.g., mg chemical/kg body weight-day). Also termed the normalized exposure rate equivalent to administered dose. [Source: Risk Assessment Guidance for Superfund: Volume I -- Human Health Evaluation Manual ( Part A). Interim Final. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Emergency and Remedial Response. EPA/540/1-89/002, Definitions for Chapter 6
Intake is usually the first step taken by a worker when a client seeks help. Intake is a process whereby a request for service is made by or for a person and it is then determined whether and what kind of service is to be provided. The social worker attempts to gather initial information from the client in order to determine what assistance is needed, and whether the agency and worker is the appropriate provider.
Those activities which result in an individual's entry into the agency and the action taken to finalize arrangements (i.e. funding, housing, programming) necessary for such entry. [Click Here To Return To List