2020 NGLA Annual Conference Programs

These programs will be offered at the 2020 NGLA Annual Conference in addition to the 70+ general educational programs! All programs are included in the registration cost.

Please direct conference program questions to [email protected].

 

Undergraduate Student Programming

Local Organization Institute

Friday, February 28

Educational sessions designed to meet the unique needs of local organizations. This institute is focused on discussing strategies for sustainable success.

To enroll, please sign up for the Local Organization Institute during conference registration.

 

Culturally Based Organization Institute

Friday, February 28 and Saturday, February 29

Educational sessions designed to meet the unique needs of culturally based organizations. This institute is focused on providing resources, skills, and strategies for organizational growth and development.

To enroll, please sign up for the Culturally Based Organization Institute during conference registration.
 

NPC & NIC Officers

Friday, February 28 and Saturday, February 29

Educational sessions designed to meet the unique needs of NPC & NIC Officers.

Enrollment during registration is not required.

 

Order of Omega Case Study Competition

Saturday, February 29

An opportunity for undergraduates, graduate students, and professionals to challenge themselves in confronting issues facing fraternities and sororities on college campuses. Teams comprised of two undergraduates or an undergraduate and a graduate/professional staff pair are welcome to participate.

To enroll, please sign up for the Order of Omega Case Study Competition during conference registration (preferred) or on-site.

 

Graduate Student & Professional Programming

Professionals Workshop

Friday, February 28

An opportunity for professionals to engage with critical conversation topics viewed as integral or of emerging importance to the field of fraternity and sorority affairs. The program format is approximately 60 minutes of content with the remaining time available for in-session application of concepts. Professional staff attendees may range in experience from new to seasoned professionals and may be campus-based professionals or (inter)national office staff.

Graduate Student Encounter!

Friday, February 28 and Saturday, February 29

A curated program for graduate students to prepare for a possible career in higher education. In addition to networking with other graduate students, GSE! will provide an opportunity to create a personal job search action plan.

To enroll, please sign up for the Graduate Student Encounter! during conference registration.

 

Professionals Education

Saturday, February 29

Educational sessions designed for professionals. Professional staff attendees may range in experience from new to seasoned professionals and may be campus-based professionals or (inter)national office staff.

 

Advisor Academy

Saturday, February 29 from 9:00am-4:00pm

NGLA’s award-winning Advisor Academy brings together volunteer, alumni, and faculty advisors and advisory boards from around the region to share best practices and hear from industry leaders on issues affecting higher education and the interfraternal community. All sessions are facilitated by RISE Partnerships.

This year’s registration fee remains $50 and includes the Saturday Affiliation Luncheon.

To learn more and enroll, visit the Advisor Academy website.