Do you have extra shirts from Greek Week, intake/recruitment, a social event, or a philanthropic event? Bring your extra (never before worn) T-shirts to AFLV Central and donate them to the 2017 T-shirt auction! The following types of shirts are especially popular:
Chapter shirts: brother/sisterhood, recruitment, or special events
Council or community shirts
Step show/Stroll shirts
Greek Week shirts
Intake/Recruitment shirts (chapter or community specific)
Thursday, February 2 | 9:45 - 10:45 p.m.
Friday, February 3 | 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, February 4 | 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
AFLV needs your support to achieve the mission and vision of the Association! Money raised from the Silent Auction is critical in supporting the cutting edge leadership opportunities of the Association that challenge and encourage fraternity/sorority members to live ethical values and implement best practices. Some of these programs include: scholarships for AFLV LeaderShape, The Gathering, The Journey, and any of our conferences.
Bring your money to bid on items such as: jewelry, fraternity/sorority paraphernalia, autographed items, sports memorabilia, books, electronics, spa/health items, purses, artwork, collectibles and much more!
In the past, national speakers have also generously donated speaking engagements for councils and institutions to bid on. These donations are an especially great deal as the winner often ends up paying less than the advertised cost!
For every bid you make, your name will be entered in the AFLV Central Raffle to win an iTunes gift card! For example, if you bid on ten items one time, your name will be submitted ten times. This will not include institutional bids on speakers. We will draw one gift card on Thursday and one gift card on Friday. Drawings start over each day, so keep an eye on your items and keep bidding!
For questions regarding the Silent Auction at AFLV Central, contact Jessie Stinson, Silent Auction Coordinator. For questions regarding speaking engagement donations and inter/national fraternity/sorority leadership, contact Carrie Whittier, Fundraising Coordinator.
This initiative recognizes those who exemplify their fraternal values on a daily basis. Conference attendees can purchase a pin or sticker in celebration of an individual who puts his/her #valuesinaction.
For only $2 (or three for $5), you can purchase a sticker. For $5 (or five for $20), you can purchase a pin. If your honorees are attending the conference, they can display their insignia on their nametags and be publicly recognized as people who put their fraternal #valuesinaction!
Your purchase gets you:
The sticker or pin
A special card to complete and give the honoree
A postcard to display at the conference bearing the honoree's name
AFLV Central Events
Order of Omega Case Study Competition
The purpose of the Order of Omega Case Study Competition is to provide an educational learning experience for undergraduate members of fraternities or sororities and fraternity/sorority professionals. Here are the details:
Forty teams of two (a fraternity/sorority life professional or graduate student and one undergraduate council officer) will work on one case study to be presented to a team of three judges.
There will be a “Team A” consisting of eight teams, "Team B” consisting of eight teams, "Team C" consisting of eight teams, "Team D" consisting of eight teams and "Team E" consisting of eight teams."
All teams interested in participating in the case study MUST be present at the Order of Omega Case Study Competition Informational Meeting that will take place on Friday, February 2, from 2:30-3:30 p.m. in 302-303.
Each team will have 15 minutes to present its case study solution and five minutes to answer any questions from the judges.
There will be three places awarded within each Team to be presented at the Recognition Banquet. The first place will receive $250; the second place team will receive $150; the third place will receive $100.
Additional questions about the Order of Omega Case Study Competition can be directed to Jennifer Jones-Hall.
To register your team for the competition, please fill out the sign up form. All submissions are due by Friday, February 3, 2017 at 8:00 a.m. If your team is selected to participate in the Case Study Competition you will be notified by 12:00 p.m. on Friday, February 3, 2017.
NBGLC Stroll Competition
Friday, February 3 | 9:00 p.m.
This exciting event brings together teams comprised of multiple councils to compete in a night full of the latest music and dance moves, plenty of laughter, and the occasional surprise. The competition promotes Greek unity while upholding NPHC’s high standards and expectations. Each year the Stroll Competition proves to be a must-see event!
Is your delegation ready to take the big stage? There is no other event at #AFLVCentral that can bring your councils together like this one! Read over the official guidelines and register now!
NBGLC Campus Racism Hack-A-Thon
Saturday February 4, 2:10 - 5:20 p.m., White River G/H/I/J
Hosted by Lawrence Ross
Members of NPHC, NPC, NIC, NALFO, and NAPA attending #AFLVCentral are encouraged to use critical, divergent and creative thinking to solve the problems of campus racism. Come together and use collective brain power to transform ideas into real social change. Instead of solving a coding problem like most HackAThons, you'll be part of a team charged with creating strategies to bring campus racism to an end. Teams will be selected randomly, and designed to break up councils, and individual fraternity and sorority members, so be prepared to utilize self-expression, debate opinions, and get outside of your comfort zone. Real social impact only happens when communities come together. Will the fraternity & sorority community at #AFLVCentral come together, work together, and try to create change? We hope so!
Participants can come and go at any point during the #HackAThon.