Within the walls of Phi Delta Theta’s General Headquarters, you can find a roster of individuals who care deeply for the Fraternity and spend their working hours helping to take Phi Delta Theta to new heights. Our family-like culture provides for a valuable work experience in many different areas within the Fraternity. Below you can find information and the application process for our open positions.
GHQ Summer Intern
Have you ever wondered what goes on at GHQ? Would you like to live in Oxford for two and a half months during the summer and experience Mother Miami? Are you looking for a way to get involved with the Fraternity beyond your campus?
If you answered yes to these questions, we have an opportunity that promises to be one of the greatest summer experiences of your college years. The GHQ Intern Program is back and offers an experience that gives undergraduates the opportunity to work behind the scenes at the General Headquarters. The experience can also preview what it might be like to work at GHQ post-graduation or to better understand how the Fraternity works as a future alumnus member and volunteer.
The selected candidate(s) will help execute the 2020 General Convention in Pittsburgh and the 2020 Kleberg Emerging Leaders Institute in Oxford, participate in various educational sessions, and take on a number of GHQ projects, all while gaining valuable professional experience in the nonprofit, association, event planning, and fundraising industries.
The Fraternity is currently seeking candidates for its paid internship program that will occur between mid-May and early August of 2020.
Applications are due February 28, 2020.
Apply Today to Become a GHQ Intern
The Leadership Consultant Experience
The Phi Delta Theta Leadership Consultant experience is the embodiment of becoming the greatest version of yourself. Phi Delta Theta is currently seeking individuals who are looking for an opportunity, following graduation, to make an impact on an organization they’re passionate about. This experience allows you to travel throughout North America while helping undergraduate Phis further their personal and chapters’ paths to greatness. The experience also allows you to gain incredible skills that are translatable to any field as you network with thousands of successful undergraduates and alumni.
Through the experience as a leadership consultant you will develop vital professional skills that are beneficial to any career. A few of these skills include professionalism, project management, servant leadership, strategic planning, relationship building, communication and facilitation techniques, and many more. The true uniqueness of the job comes from the opportunity to meet many types of people and experience great colleges, different cultures, landmarks, touring acts, and sports teams, all during your time “on the road.” This is why every current and former leadership consultant will tell you that applying is the first step towards a life changing experience!
Chapter Services Consultant
A Chapter Services Consultant serves as a regional manager or business consultant to roughly 40 active chapters in a specific region of the United States and Canada. While consistently traveling from city-to-city and chapter-to-chapter, they function as change agents who provide educational programming and guidance for undergraduate members and alumni leaders.
An Expansion Consultant serves as the sales force and on-boarding mangers of the organization. They spend their time starting Phi Delta Theta chapters from the ground up, through the recruitment and education of Founding Fathers and local advisers.
In order to get an advantage on the competition, to establish early interest, and to lock down a job well before graduation, we suggest applying before our first application date of October 15 for early consideration.
Leadership Consultant Alumni Testimonials
“I did not know that being a consultant would give me all of the foundations for a successful career. There is no other place that I know of that will teach you to be a professional so thoroughly.”
– Joe Wechsler – Consulting Manager – Knowledge Capital Group
“The experience helped me most with learning to set goals and expectations. What made the experience different from other jobs that I saw my peers in was the supportive transition. Working for Phi Delta Theta’s General Headquarters made me feel like if you put in the effort you would see the results.”
– Ryan Schell – Manager, Enterprise Sales Development – Grovo
“I didn’t get it until I finished but understanding how to engage with many different people is an essential skill you learn as a Leadership Consultant.”
– Daniel Holman – Manager of Public Health Initiatives – Harbor Health Services, Inc.
“I loved every part of it. I would go back and do it all over again if I was a young man.”
– Jacob Heuser – Vice President for University Advancement – Bradley University