Subject: Call for Volunteers & Board of Directors

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You’re invited to help us achieve our mission by serving the Association as a member of the volunteer team or board of directors!
Volunteer Team
Available opportunities include but are not limited to conference awards, educational programming, student staff, special programs, and scholarships. For more information about available roles, please visit our volunteer webpage.

If you are a new or returning volunteer, applications are due by March 31, 2019
Please direct questions to

Board of Directors
NGLA is seeking dynamic strategic thinkers and innovators to join our dynamic board of directors.

Each member of the board plays an integral role in furthering the mission of NGLA. Our continued success depends upon the personal commitment and dedication of a select group of individuals that understand the privileges and obligations of leadership. The Association is currently accepting applications for the board of directors. Qualified applicants are those with association and/or organizational leadership experience who are committed to the fraternal movement.

Applications are due by March 31, 2019. Please direct questions to

Kevin Pons
“Serving the Association over the last 7 years has been a truly rewarding experience full of tremendous personal/professional development and a sense of community. The mentorship that I have received from colleagues and the mentorship I have been able to provide to our students and new professionals is my most cherished reason why I continue to volunteer. I owe so much to NGLA and I plan to continue paying that back over the next several years to come.”
Avery Moses
“NGLA has been a special organization to me over the last 5 years. From attendee to student staff to annual conference team, I have watched countless fraternity men and sorority women feel the NGLA impact. I too have felt said impact; I have grown into a stronger sorority woman, became a better campus-based professional, and developed many meaningful relationships along the way. I continue to volunteer for NGLA because of the great people and great work that is associated with the organization. I'm consistently inspired by my NGLA colleagues, and I love giving back to a community that gave me so much.”
NGLA Mission
NGLA educates leaders from a variety of fraternal experiences to transform and empower their community and align actions with values.
NGLA, Attn: John DiSarro, 500 Joseph C. Wilson Blvd, University of Rochester, 14627, Rochester, United States
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