Frequently Asked Questions
Dale Carnegie was founded in 1912, inspired by one man’s belief in the power of self-improvement. When Dale Carnegie began teaching business classes in 1912, he undoubtedly had no idea the global impact he would have on the world. He went on to write “How to Win Friends and Influence People,” which has sold over 30 million copies worldwide. It is one of the best-selling books of all time. With countless accolades and over 100 years of industry-leading training and development, Dale Carnegie programs carry with them a level of prestige and proven results that make them a tremendous value to our members and their potential employers. Dale Carnegie programs inspire its participants to make positive change through action which makes this the perfect fit for Delta Chi. As a resume-driven, leadership development-focused social Fraternity, we challenge our members to be Men of Action and live our values of Promoting Friendship, Developing Character, Advancing Justice, and Assisting in the Acquisition of a Sound Education every day.
Delta Chi Dale Carnegie Scholars is a premiere leadership development program open to the collegiate members of Delta Chi. Scholars will participate in an 8-week cohort experience with fellow members from across North America. The first session will be held in-person at each Scholar’s Regional Leadership Conference. The remaining seven sessions will be held virtually. Each session is a three-hour workshop designed to build greater self-confidence, strengthen people skills, enhance communication, develop leadership skills, reduce stress, and improve attitudes and outlooks.
Each Delta Chi chapter is required to declare their Dale Carnegie Scholar. This scholar represents their chapter, Region, and the International Fraternity in their pursuit to develop their skills in confidence, communication, interpersonal development, teamwork, leadership, and effective attitude management. Chapter “A”s must confirm their 2023 Dale Carnegie Scholar by 11:59 pm EST on February 6, 2023. A Delta Chi Scholar is…
- In good standing with their chapter and institution
- Is currently an initiated, undergraduate member of the Delta Chi Fraternity
- Is committed to growing as a leader
- Can commit to attending their spring 2023 RLC and their corresponding cohort
Scholars commit to completing the 8-week Dale Carnegie Course by attending one in-person workshop, held at the Fraternity’s Regional Leadership Conferences (RLC), and seven 3-hour virtual workshops during the weeks following their Regional Leadership Conference. Scholars are required to attend their RLC in order to participate and represent their chapter at the Dale Carnegie program. Scholars can find their spring 2023 course schedule in the below dropdown menu. Scholars MUST commit to attending all sessions prior to confirming their registration. Scholars are required to attend their regional cohort course time offerings in order to become a scholar.
Cohort 1: Regions VI & IX (Tuesdays, 7-10pm ET) Feb. 21 – Apr. 4, 2023
Cohort 2: Regions V & VIII
(Wednesdays, 7-10pm ET) Mar. 1 – Apr. 12, 2023
Cohort 3: Regions II & IV (Tuesdays, 7-10pm CT) Mar. 7 – Apr. 18, 2023
Cohort 4: Regions I, III, & VII (Wednesdays, 7-10pm ET) Apr. 5 – May 17, 2023
Every chapter “A” is responsible for declaring their Dale Carnegie Scholar. Chapter “A”s submit their Dale Carnegie Scholar through an official form and must submit their spring 2023 scholar by 11:59pm EST on February 6, 2023. If you are interested in becoming a Dale Carnegie Scholar- chat with your chapter “A”!
Delta Chi’s partnership with Dale Carnegie will provide all members with opportunities to engage in these impactful experiences. If you are an alumnus looking to play an active role in this partnership, we encourage you to:
- Nominate a Dale Carnegie Scholar: Do you know a collegiate member who is ready to take the next step in their leadership journey? Is there someone getting ready to begin their professional career? Nominate an active Delta Chi member for this prestigious opportunity. Your relationships and connections can help us identify deserving members and give them access to this exclusive program.
- Attend a Regional Leadership Conference: Dale Carnegie will be presenting keynote sessions at each of the 2023 Regional Leadership Conferences. These sessions will give an insight into the impact of the Dale Carnegie experience while empowering every participant (alumni and active members) to grow as a leader and a difference-maker. Make plans to attend your RLC and be a part of these exclusive Dale Carnegie programs!
- Take advantage of Dale Carnegie discounts: Through our partnership, Delta Chi members have access to discounted rates when they sign up for one of Dale Carnegie’s many professional development courses. Click here to explore the course options. Contact Heather Lockwood, Senior Director of Operations, to register for any of the available courses.
- Participate In Dale Carnegie experiences: Over the next year, Delta Chi and Dale Carnegie will be providing workshops available to all of our members. More information about these experiences will be provided as the programs roll out.
- Attend our next Dale Carnegie virtual workshop on April 19th from 8-9:30pm CT, Connecting with Others. Click here to register.
- Follow Delta Chi on social media! Stay up-to-date on the latest opportunities and Dale Carnegie information. We will be posting regularly on our instagram and facebook platforms.