|Fraternal House Directors Conference|
The Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values is proud to support the House Directors and house corporation professionals and volunteers who play such a vital role in the chapter house and facility management of our undergraduate fraternity and sorority chapters. Each summer we host a national conference for House Directors and house corporation board members and leaders.
The Fraternal House Directors Conference is the premier opportunity for fraternity and sorority House Directors and House Corporation staff and volunteers to gain valuable skills and keep up with the issues that impact them in today's ever changing campus environment. Whether you have ten years of experience or are just entering the field, this conference will provide a wealth of knowledge to enhance an already developed skill set.
A careful blend of lectures, panels, Q&A sessions, and networking opportunities provide the foundation for a rich and solid professional development experience. This conference encourages participants to explore the wide breadth of experience necessary to provide the best service to today's young sorority and fraternity members.
The conference registration includes educational programs, a copy of the AFLV House Director Manual, an opening dinner, two lunches, and a closing breakfast. Also included is an unforgettable tour of our host city. The conference education draws from twelve major areas of focus that housing professionals have identified as their key interests:
The educational programming is the foundation of the entire experience. The conference faculty work hard to always present the latest in research and information available to support this unique industry. Since 2012, AFLV has included a House Corporation Track to cater to the needs and interests of those who work with house corporation boards in a professional or volunteer role.
Presenters include a deliberate combination of nationally recognized authorities in higher education and within the fraternal field as well as local experts on topical conversations and current issues having to do with fraternity/sorority housing.
This year’s faculty will present on topics ranging from those that impact the housing professionals and volunteers in day to day performance, as well as those that will stretch the minds of the participants. Our goal is to provide a foundation of understanding and knowledge to help the these important professionals support the varied constituents with which they regularly work. Ultimately, we want participants to gain skills to enhance their development and overall performance.
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