Want to send 8 FREE delegates to get valuable recruitment training? Are you a new or seasoned CAB member who would benefit from sharing best practices and networking with other CAB members in the region? Are you an alumnus who’d like to connect with other Phis in your region? If so, join us for the 2015 Phi Delt Weekends!
Phi Delta Theta is planting the flag in five cities during the early months of 2015. Each weekend will include a Recruitment Workshop, Chapter Advisory Board Summit and an alumni reception for Phis in the region.
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2015 Phi Delt Weekend Locations:
February 7 – Lawrence, Kansas
Hosted by the Brothers of Kansas Alpha
Alumni reception hosted in Kansas City
February 28 – Athens, Georgia
Hosted by the Brothers of Georgia Alpha
Alumni reception to be hosted in Atlanta
March 28 – Oxford, Ohio
Hosted by the Brothers of Ohio Alpha
Alumni reception to be hosted in Cincinnati
March 28 – College Park, Maryland
Hosted by the Brothers of Maryland Alpha
Alumni reception to be hosted in Washington, DC
April 11 – Spokane, Washington
Hosted by the Brothers of Washington Epsilon
Registration Deadline for RW & CAB Summit: April 3
Alumni reception to be hosted in Seattle
In an effort to increase the opportunities for members and alumni volunteers to receive high quality recruitment education and training, Phi Delta Theta offers five regional Recruitment Workshops throughout the year. Phi Delta Theta partners with Phired Up Productions to offer both Social Excellence Training as well as Dynamic Recruitment Training. Capacity for each workshop is 100, and we fully expect each session to fill up quickly.
Chapter Advisory Board Summits:
Behind every great chapter is a team of great advisors. The mentoring, coaching, and oversight provided by a Chapter Advisory Board is essential to a chapter’s success. Each year, Phi Delta Theta hosts Chapter Advisory Board training in conjunction with the five Regional Recruitment Workshops. These summits not only provide valuable information and training for CAB members, but they also provide a number of opportunities for volunteers to network, share best practices, and interact with undergraduates from the region. Volunteers who attend the CAB Summit programming receive credit for their online certification. Capacity for each summit is 50, and we fully expect each session to fill up quickly.
The Fraternity is planning alumni receptions in each of our five Phi Delt Weekend locations. The receptions themselves will take place in the larger cities nearby: Kansas City, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Washington DC and Seattle. Alumni who live within a 100 mile radius of each city will receive an email with details about the reception. The receptions will take place on the Thursday or Friday leading into the weekend and significant others are welcome to attend. There will be no cost to the alumni receptions and RSVP information will be included in the emails sent to Phis in these areas.