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Pre-Conference Programs

The Intake Equation

Thursday, February 8, 2018 | 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. | $20

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.


Presented by:  CAMPUSPEAK, Inc.


The Vision for Fraternity Communities
Thursday, February 8, 2018 | 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, two years later, we have seen successes, new health and safety standards, and more staff dedicated to support Interfraternity Councils. Join NIC Staff for a pre-conference session focused on translating the core principles, new standards, and process of adopting these principles to the community and chapter level.


Presented by: North-American Interfraternity Conference


Recruitment Counselors: There's a Million Things You Haven't Done, Just You Wait
Thursday, February 8, 2018 | 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. | $20

Who Should Attend? Undergraduate members of NPC women’s fraternities.

The training a recruitment counselor receives sets the stage for the experience a potential new member (PNM) has while participating in Panhellenic recruitment. A good training can create an extraordinarily positive experience for a PNM and keep her excited and enthusiastic for the duration of recruitment; while a bad training can provide the opposite experience for a PNM. As the College Panhellenic president, the direct officer overseeing recruitment counselors or the chapter's delegate, everyone in the College Panhellenic association has an influence in training of recruitment counselors. This pre-conference program is designed to dig deep, discuss and practice a variety of topics and activities to support your College Panhellenic in training the best group of recruitment counselors your campus has ever seen in action!


Presented by: National Panhellenic Conference


In-Conference Programs

IFC/College Panhellenic Academy
Thursday, February 8 - Saturday, February 10 | $112

Who should attend? Delegations committed to participation by all requested officers
The goal of IFC/College Panhellenic Academy is to help council officers understand the bigger picture of fraternity and sorority membership, provide nuts-and-bolts training on how to be effective in council officer roles, and engage in council and community goal setting. To learn more, click HERE.

Presented by: North-American Interfraternity Conference National Panhellenic Conference


Professionals Institute, sponsored by the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA)
Friday, February 9, 2018 | 3:50 - 5:45 p.m. 

Who Should Attend? All fraternity/sorority professionals & graduate students

Struggling with moving students on campus to take action? To create a movement, you must build upon the desires of believers to the issue causes address. Public awareness and support is based on an organization's ability to hook, inspire and tap into the passions that make it impossible to not get involved. This session will help fraternity/sorority professionals understand what the research, found in the Millennial Impact Report, can tell us about this generation of college students and practical actions you can take to ensure those you advise & support feel the desire to act.

Presented by: Derrick FeldmanDerrick Feldmann is a sought-after speaker, researcher, and advisor for cause and corporate social responsibility engagement. He is the lead researcher of the Millennial Impact Project, a multi-year study of how the next generation of supporters and consumers engage with causes. The annual Millennial Impact Report is cited regularly by such outlets as Forbes, TIME, The Wall Street Journal and Fast Company.

Chapter Presidents Institute
Friday, February 9, 2018 | 10:15 a.m. - 5:45 p.m. | $20

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.

Presented by: The Catalyst Agency


AFLV Social Good Summit: A Startup Workshop for People Who Want to Change the World
Saturday, February 10, 2018 | 10:45 a.m. - 5:20 p.m. | $40

Who should attend? Students interested in starting a social good business

Jess started Headbands of Hope after a summer internship in college. She had no business degree, no money, and no idea what she was doing. The only thing she knew was that she wanted to provide headbands to kids with cancer, so she started a business to do it. And in this workshop, you'll do the same thing.

You'll come with your idea or problem you'd like to solve, and leave with a solid business plan, list of helpful resources (Jess wishes she had starting out!), and a killer network of student social entrepreneurs. Ideas are great; but it's actions that change the world. Learn more to on how you can be one giant step closer to launching your social business.

Presented by: Social Entrepreneur, Jess Ekstrom


Diversity and Inclusion Institute
Saturday, February 10, 2018 | 3:30 p.m. - 5:20 p.m. | Free

Who should attend? Students interested in working across differences with members, chapters, and organizations.

Viewing diversity and inclusion as a leadership function is vital for professional and personal development. This institute encourages participants to Bring their self, Share their story, Discover new perspectives, Challenge their briefs, and Embrace differences. Participants will do this through courageous conversations/dialogues and experiential activities focused on building awareness about diversity and inclusion within yourself, your chapter, your institution, and your organization.

Pre-registration is NOT required.

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