Subject: Have you applied for 2021 NGLA Virtual Student Staff?

Don’t miss an opportunity to support the inaugural 2021 NGLA Virtual Conference!
The NGLA Virtual Conference is run with the support of remote student volunteers. These volunteers include both undergraduate and graduate students. This experience is a great opportunity to learn about conference management, meet fellow fraternity & sorority members, and network with higher education and fraternal professionals. Student Staff also has an opportunity to engage with a NGLA Board of Directors member in a mentoring capacity before, during, and after the NGLA Virtual Conference.
The 2021 Student Staff position is remote. For more information about the role & responsibilities, please visit the Student Staff webpage.
Students who are chosen for this opportunity are expected to be available from Wednesday, February 24 - Sunday, February 28, 2021 and are provided one conference registration.
* New for 2021 * Interested students must complete an application and ask for two references, specified below, to complete the 2021 NGLA Student Staff Reference Form.
  • Undergraduate applicant references must be your Fraternity/Sorority Advisor plus a personal or professional reference.
  • Graduate applicant references must be your Current Supervisor plus a professional reference or past Fraternity/Sorority Advisor.
Applications and the associated Reference Forms for the 2021 NGLA Student Staff are due by November 30, 2020 @ 11:59pm EST. Phone interviews will be conducted the week of December 14, 2020. Student Staff will be notified late December.
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“My experience serving on the NGLA Student Staff was incredibly impactful. I was able to work with a team of 13 other undergraduate and graduate students to provide assistance to the students and staff who attended the NGLA Annual Conference. We worked together to continue the work that NGLA already does: providing resources and skills to leaders. Volunteering with NGLA helped reinforce my love for Fraternity and Sorority Life and reminded me of how powerful the work we do is. Being able to support the attendees while still being able to network and enjoy the conference myself was amazing. I was able to make new friends and connections during my time on Student Staff that are helping me in my student affairs job search now. I was also able to drop into educational sessions and bring what I learned back to my institution. I truly believe that serving on NGLA Student Staff was one of the best professional experiences I’ve ever had. Without a doubt, I will volunteer with NGLA for the rest of my career in Fraternity and Sorority Life.”
- Alyssa Mohr
“I have had the privilege to attend NGLA two years during my undergraduate years, both years the NGLA Student Staff stood out to me with their positive energy. Being offered the amazing opportunity of being on Student Staff and assisting to put the conference together was the highlight of my senior year of college. I was able to connect with many professionals and pre-professionals who offered me great advice helping me get where I am today. Coming into the conference without knowing anyone can be intimidating, however, everyone was extremely friendly and welcoming. Other Student Staff are now some of my closest peers and are part of my Greek Life family. The close relationships you build with these leaders go beyond the duration of the conference, each of whom I am still inspired by.”
- Sam Al Safarjalani
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