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Are you an undergraduate who is interested in giving back to the future leaders of your Fraternity?
Apply to be an intern for the 2018 Emerging Leaders Academy using the form below.
Interns will be responsible for helping the staff and facilitation team with the logistics and behind the scenes work that helps to make the program possible. This year, interns will also be assisting in the facilitation of the program, allowing you an opportunity to share with our rising stars your experience, knowledge, and advice for being an outstanding leader. Interns will be asked to participate in a training call prior to arriving at the Academy and may be responsible for assisting in some preparation tasks before arriving onsite.
Delta Chi’s Top 17 Accomplishments from 2017 – Aaron Otto, “AA”
The Delta Chi Fraternity is pleased to welcome two new leadership consultants to join staff this December!
Support Fraternity/Sorority Housing: Tell the Senate to support the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act!
Fraternities and sororities are the nation’s second largest provider of college student housing. We provide housing – and a one-of-a-kind experience – for more than 370,000 of the most active students on campuses. Yet, donations toward building and maintaining our houses are restricted from receiving full tax deductions.
The Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act (CHIA) would provide our houses with equal access to facility upgrades under the law. By simplifying the tax code, all not-for-profit housing (including fraternities and sororities) will be able to gain incentives to increase funding for life-safety and capacity upgrades like fire sprinklers and alarm systems. If integrated into tax reform, CHIA – which has always enjoyed bipartisan support – will also make a meaningful difference in the student debt crisis by expanding the offering of affordable collegiate housing options.
We are now taking our efforts to the Senate and need your help. Click here to tell your Senators to include CHIA in the upcoming tax reform package. The more voices Congress hears, the more likely students across the country will gain the benefits of safe and affordable student housing. Thank you for your support.
The Fraternal Government Relations Coalition (FGRC) is looking for outstanding campus and chapter leaders to travel to Washington, D.C. to advocate for legislation that is important to the success of fraternity and sorority organizations across the country. This opportunity provides students with the unique opportunity to experience the nation’s capital in a new way through direct interaction in the legislative process.
The FGRC visits will take place in Washington, D.C. on April 23-25, 2018. You must be available to travel to DC during those dates in order to apply. All applications are due by 5 pm Eastern Time on Friday, December 8, 2017. You will be notified in mid-January regarding acceptance.
If you have questions, please email FGRC@apks.com.