Who Should Attend? Undergraduate members of culturally-based and/or NPHC fraternities/sororities.
The Intake Equation brings together leaders from culturally greek letter organizations that hold intake to discuss the core challenges affecting your community. Through discussion and interactive activities, you will be challenged to examine your current practices and intake process. You'll discuss how your organization’s brand does or does not align with your values and learn how to help your chapter develop a strong brand. This session will help you effectively bring in and retain quality members while also being true to the traditions and values of their groups. The Intake Equation will give you the strong foundation you need to return to campus to take action and build a meaningful legacy on campus.
The Vision for Fraternity Communities Thursday, February 2, 2017 | 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. | $20
Who Should Attend? Undergraduate members of NIC/IFC fraternities.
In 2015, NIC member organizations adopted landmark reforms to enhance the fraternity experience and embarked on a long term initiative to more effectively support and ultimately strengthen fraternity communities. Now, one year later, there are many questions as to what comes next for campus Interfraternity Councils. Join NIC Staff for a pre-conference session focused on translating the core principles and process of adopting these principles to the community and chapter level
Advancing Your Panhellenic Thursday, February 2, 2017 | 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. | $20
Who Should Attend? Undergraduate members of NPC women’s fraternities.
Have you always wanted to know more about the who, what, why or how, behind the National Panhellenic Conference? If so, join NPC as we dig deep - discussing a variety of topics from Unanimous Agreements and NPC policies to Panhellenic operations, including officer roles and responsibilities, to the true purpose of Panhellenic. NPC wants to work with and support you in advancing your Panhellenic in 2017!
IFC Academy Thursday, February 2 - Saturday, February 4 | $112
The IFC Academy is new this year, and it is designed to be in conjunction with #AFLVCentral. Participants are expected to be present during all IFC Academy sessions, as to not miss any program components. With the IFC Academy running concurrent to AFLV Central breakout sessions, participants should not plan to attend regular conference breakout sessions. IFC Academy participants should plan to attend programming outside of the Academy schedule and to reach out to breakout session presenters via email to request program materials, etc.
The IFC Academy will begin at 8:45 p.m. Thursday evening and run until 5:20 p.m. Saturday evening.
Chapter Presidents Institute Friday, February 3, 2016 | 2:00 - 5:40 p.m. | $25
Who should attend? Chapter Presidents.
The Chapter Presidents Institute will provide resources, skills, and leadership development opportunities for chapter presidents of all councils in areas that are geared towards helping them succeed as leaders of their organizations.
Participants will spend time with fellow collegiate presidents from across the country as they learn more about their leadership styles and how to become agents of positive, sustainable change within their chapters and communities. Whether the participant is a new chapter president or approaching the end of the term, participants will leave this academy inspired and empowered to lead.