Orientation 2020

Orientation 2020

Las Vegas, Nevada — Lambda Phi Epsilon chapter leaders across North America convened over the weekend of Martin Luther King Day Jr. to refine the skills necessary to lead their undergraduate chapters. “A brotherhood that endures” became a central theme for the gathering as conversations centered around the long term growth and foundation of the organization.

District Governors facilitated break out sessions with Chapter Presidents within their local region to begin planning meaningful programming events for the upcoming year. The Executive Cabinet of the International Board presented skill shares on a variety of strategic topics that include engaging in proactive expansion, managing academic strategies, collaborating with cultural organizations, and strengthening advising relationships.

“The opportunity to network with Lambdas from different chapters, seeing faces old and new, and getting to know our esteemed International Board members was unreal,” said University of Washington Chapter President CJ Hon. “I am lucky to have the privilege to spend a weekend in an incredible city and even more lucky to discover novel ways to improve my own chapter while gaining knowledge from leaders and alumni. I firmly believe that as Leaders Among Men, great things are yet to come.”

New Member Educators received their own specialized training, as the Fraternity continues its implementation of the Noble Brother Program. “Our organization has invested significant resources on curriculum development and member education training,” said Education Administrator Zhi Hu. “As we approach our next phase of educational transition, we’re excited to expand a greater vision for integrating new members into the brotherhood.”

Over 120 registered fraternity leaders contributed to the organization’s presence at the Luxor Resort. “Seeing chapter leaders eager to take on the current trials in the fraternal landscape makes serving on the International Board even more rewarding,” said Programming Director Ian Galope. “After the conclusion of this training, I can confidently say that these leaders are ready to take on their unique challenges facing their chapters and their local community.”

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Contact
Zachary Antonius
Executive Director
zac.antonius@lphie.org

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