Subject: December 4 | Deadline to Apply for NGLA Awards and NGLA Student Staff Team

Nominate Individuals or Groups for Accomplishments in 2024

Let’s celebrate individuals and groups that have helped advance the mission of NGLA through their programs, initiatives, and commitment to the fraternal movement!

Individual Service Awards recognize students, professionals, and volunteers.

Amy Vojta Impact Awards recognize chapters, councils, and communities in the following categories: academic achievement, chapter development and leadership, civic engagement, membership recruitment/intake, multicultural initiatives/programming, public relations, and risk reduction.

You do not need to attend in order to apply nor be present in order to win.

Applications are due by Monday, December 4 @ 11:59pm ET.

Please direct questions to

Student Staff

The 2024 NGLA Student Staff opportunity is on-site during the NGLA Annual Conference from February 22-25, 2024 in Hartford, CT. Lodging, food, and conference registration will be provided by NGLA. Student Staff is responsible for travel expenses. Training in January and February is remote and therefore requires access to a stable internet connection and telephone. Expenses related to remote work are not reimbursed.

For more information about the role & responsibilities, please visit the Student Staff webpage.

* Important Application Information * Interested students must complete an application and ask for two individuals, specified below, to complete the NGLA Student Staff Reference Form.
  • Undergraduate applicant references must be your Fraternity/Sorority Advisor or Chapter/Council Advisor plus a personal or professional reference.
  • Graduate applicant references must be your Current Supervisor plus a professional reference or past Fraternity/Sorority Advisor.

The applications and associated reference forms for the 2024 NGLA Student Staff are due by Monday, December 4, 2023 @ 11:59pm ET. Zoom interviews will be conducted on December 11 - 13, 2023. Student Staff will be notified by December 15, 2023.

Volunteers are expected to uphold NGLA policies and procedures, including the NGLA Code of Conduct. Please direct questions to

“Being on Student Staff actually changed my life. It was only because of my time at NGLA and working with the Conference Committee that I felt confident enough to change my entire career path. The networking connections and true friendships I made on Student Staff have become some of my most cherished relationships. My time on Student Staff was one of the best parts of my Greek Life and college experiences, and I think everyone should take the time to apply!”
- Makayla Stokes, 2022 Student Staff
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