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Posted On: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 09:00 AM
HazingPrevention.Org (HPO) is soliciting applications from students interested in serving on the 2015-16 HPO board of directors as the collegiate student representative. The HPO board is responsible for fulfilling the organization's mission, being good stewards of our financial resources, fulfilling our commitments to those who sponsor us, and building an organization that will be strong and vital not just for now, but for decades to come. The student representative is a very important position with HPO, and helps represent the student voice and perspective in decision-making.

Following are some expectations for the position. The initial term begins July 1, 2015, and concludes June 30, 2016:

  • Attend in-person board meetings which are held up to three times a year, usually in October, February, and June. The meetings are generally Friday evening through midday Sunday. Cost for travel is paid for by HPO.

  • Participate in conference call meetings. The conference calls take place 3 to 4 times a year.

  • Actively participate in meetings and correspondence throughout the year.

  • Positively serve the mission, vision, and values associated with HPO.

  • Attend the 2015 Novak Institute for Hazing Prevention and the June board meeting held in conjunction with the Institute. Travel and costs to attend the Institute are paid for by HPO. These will be held at the University of Memphis, June 3-7, 2015.

This one-year term has the potential for a one-year reappointment if that year falls within one year of graduation and the student wishes to reapply. The new student representative is appointed by the board of directors at the February meeting, and is notified shortly thereafter of the appointment to allow time to adjust scheduling to attend the Novak Institute in June.

To apply for this position, please fill out and submit the application and requested supporting documentation by Dec. 1, 2014.
Posted On: Tuesday, November 18, 2014 08:00 AM
Kappa Alpha Theta is hoping to organize an alumnae service trip. We would love our alumnae to complete a survey and let us know what you are looking for in this unique experience for alumnae members. The survey is open until Dec. 2.

Thank you for taking time to fill out the survey!
Posted On: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 10:30 AM
Epsilon Lambda/Dickinson and South Central Pennsylvania Alumnae Chapter (click to enlarge).
Thanks to all our collegians and alumnae who submitted Day of Service photos! The variety of service projects completed by Thetas across the world was inspiring, and the impact of the service was apparent in each of the communities. Theta is proud of its members for taking time to commemorate Day of Service and spread the widest influence for good.

This year's winner of the 2014 photo contest is Epsilon Lambda/Dickinson and South Central Pennsylvania Alumnae Chapter, who participated in a volunteer gleaning opportunity with a local organization called Project SHARE. Local farms in the area allow the staff and volunteers for Project SHARE to glean produce from their farms. Volunteers help to pick produce and that produce is provided to Project SHARE's local farm stand. The farm stand serves fresh produce to community members in need. Learn more about Project SHARE.

To view more Day of Service photos, visit our Day of Service 2014 photo album on Facebook. Chapters and members are encouraged to continue submitting Day of Service photos to
Posted On: Monday, November 10, 2014 09:00 AM
The Fraternal Government Relations Coalition (FGRC), comprised of the National Panhellenic Conference, North-American Interfraternity Conference, and the Fraternity and Sorority Political Action Committee, is looking for outstanding campus and chapter leaders to serve as advocates for the fraternity and sorority community in Washington, D.C.

This is a great opportunity for any students who are interested in combining their fraternity or sorority experience with their passion for politics. Each year, FGRC sends student leaders to our nation's capital to advocate for legislation that is important to the success of fraternity and sorority organizations across the country. Student participation is a crucial part in gaining support from members of Congress who are eager to hear about students' current experiences on campus and in fraternity and sorority housing.

This unique opportunity allows participants to experience Washington, D.C. in a new way through direct interaction in the legislative process. Many past participants have also found this to be a great opportunity for networking, gaining a greater perspective on the political process, and for some it has been the launch of a career in public service!

The FGRC Congressional visits will take place in Washington, D.C. Apr. 27-30, 2015. If selected, students will be expected to participate in prep work leading up to training sessions and visits that will include securing letters of support from their university's president, vice-president or chancellor, as well as passing a student government resolution in support of the FGRC's legislative agenda. We are looking for four collegians who are campus leaders such as student government executive officers, chief executive officers, Panhellenic presidents, former interns on Capitol Hill, or those who have a personal connection with their Congressional representatives.

To apply, please submit an application on the NIC website before the Dec. 5 deadline.

If you have any questions about this opportunity, please contact Director of Government Relations Laurie Connor at or Samantha Martin at or by phone at 202-457-6314.
Posted On: Wednesday, November 5, 2014 08:30 AM
Voting is now live for the Day of Service Photo Contest! Members and non-members can vote on their favorite photos by "liking" them in the Day of Service Facebook album through Nov. 7. The top five photos will be reviewed by Fraternity staff members, and the winner will be announced Wednesday, Nov. 12.

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