NGLA Volunteer Opportunities 

NGLA educates leaders from a variety of fraternal experiences to transform and empower their community and align actions with values.

 

Join the team to support the Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA) as well as operations for the NGLA Annual Conference!

The mission of NGLA is advanced by our team of volunteers ranging from students to higher education professionals. Volunteering for NGLA is a great opportunity to learn about conference and association management, meet fellow fraternity & sorority members, and network with higher education and fraternal professionals. Volunteers are expected to uphold NGLA policies and procedures, including the NGLA Code of Conduct.

NGLA is seeking dynamic strategic thinkers and innovators to join our Board of Directors. Qualified applicants are those with association and/or organizational leadership experience who are committed to the fraternal movement. Learn more about the position in the last section of this webpage.

NGLA is seeking individuals who have a passion for creating transformational educational experiences and the ability to think innovatively! Volunteering with NGLA is an extraordinary opportunity to give back while expanding your professional portfolio. The roles we offer range in time, experience, and discipline; wherever your passion lies, we're certain that NGLA has a spot for you on our team!

Select opportunities available now; the 2025 Call for Volunteers will open Spring 2024. To ensure that you don't miss an announcement, please subscribe to our newsletter and follow NGLA on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.

Please direct questions to [email protected].


OPEN until DEC 4 | Call for 2024 NGLA Student Staff Team

In preparation for the 2024 Call for NGLA Student Staff Team, please continue reading to learn about the position and selection process.

The NGLA Annual Conference is run with the support of student volunteers, also known as Student Staff. Student Staff, both undergraduate and graduate, are an important part of the success of the NGLA Annual Conference. This volunteer role is a great opportunity to learn about conference management, meet fellow fraternity & sorority members, and network with higher education and fraternal professionals.

The 2024 NGLA Student Staff Team opportunity is on-site during the NGLA Annual Conference from February 22 - 25, 2024 in Hartford, CT. Lodging, food, and conference registration will be provided by NGLA. Training in January and February is remote and therefore requires access to a stable internet connection and telephone. Expenses related to travel and remote work are not reimbursed.

Specific duties include but are not limited to:

  • Participate in pre-conference training.
  • Attend Conference Committee meetings as able.
  • Assist with audio/visual needs for on-site educational programming.
  • Assist with all aspects of on-site programming, including but not limited to monitoring event attendance, supporting the Silent Auction, and helping execute evening programming.
  • Participate in evening on-call rotation.
  • Provide excellent customer service for conference participants, attendees, and exhibitors.
  • Participate in the NGLA Mentoring Program with members of the Conference Committee before, during, and after the conference.
  • Provide support to other areas of the conference team as needed.
  • Uphold NGLA policies and procedures, including the NGLA Code of Conduct.

This application {PLUS} two references are due by Monday, December 4 @ 11:59pm ET. Zoom interviews will be conducted on December 11 - 13. Decisions will be sent by December 15 with response requested by December 20.

Volunteers are expected to uphold NGLA policies and procedures, including the NGLA Code of Conduct.

Please direct questions to [email protected].

Apply for NGLA Student Staff Team 

Call for 2024 - 2027 Board of Directors Member

Each member of the board plays an integral role in furthering the mission of NGLA. Our continued success depends upon the personal commitment and dedication of a select group of individuals who understand the privileges and obligations of leadership. The Association is currently accepting applications for the Board of Directors. Qualified applicants are those with association and/or organizational leadership experience and who are committed to the fraternal movement.

GENERAL EXPECTATIONS

  • Support and advance the Association’s mission, vision, strategic plan, and related initiatives.
  • Achieve substantive progress on assigned area(s) of strategic action each year.
  • Supervise committee(s) and/or workgroup(s) as requested by the Executive Director.
  • Support and empower volunteers, providing feedback where/when appropriate.
  • Demonstrate an active commitment to the operations of the Association.
  • Promote the Association and its programs and services.
  • Maintain confidentiality of the Board of Director’s meetings, and speak for the Association only when authorized to do so.
  • Board members serve a 3-year term with eligibility for reappointment. Board members may serve a maximum of 3 terms.

MEETINGS AND OTHER INVOLVEMENT

  • Prepare for and participate in monthly conference calls with the Executive Director.
  • Attend the NGLA Annual Conference. Refer to Future Conference Dates.
  • Participate in meetings of the Board of Directors, including the Summer Meeting in June or July, location to be determined by April.
  • Attend activities and events sponsored by the Association whenever possible.

Interested in joining the NGLA Board of Directors? Please contact [email protected].


 

READY TO APPLY?

Volunteers are expected to uphold NGLA policies and procedures, including the NGLA Code of Conduct.

To ensure that you don't miss an announcement, please subscribe to our newsletter and follow NGLA on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok.

Please direct questions to [email protected].

Apply for NGLA Student Staff Team