Subject: Have you applied for 2022 NGLA Student Staff?

Don’t miss an opportunity to support the 2022 NGLA Annual Conference online and/or on-site!
Student volunteers, both undergraduate and graduate, are an important part of the success of the NGLA Annual Conference. This volunteer role is a great opportunity to learn about conference management, meet fellow fraternity & sorority members, and network with higher education and fraternal professionals.
This year, there are both virtual and in-person opportunities for Student Staff. The Virtual Experience of the NGLA Annual Conference is on Saturday, February 19, 2022. The In-Person Experience of the NGLA Annual Conference is February 24-27, 2022 in Baltimore, MD. Both opportunities require training prior to the conference. Individuals may apply for one or both opportunities.
Virtual Experience: Responsibilities are remote and therefore requires access to a stable internet connection and telephone. Expenses related to remote work are not reimbursed.
In-Person Experience: Responsibilities are on-site and therefore requires traveling to Baltimore, MD for our signature experience. Travel expenses, lodging, food, and conference registration will be provided by NGLA.
For more information about the role & responsibilities, please visit the Student Staff webpage.
* New since 2021 * Interested students must complete an application and ask for two individuals, specified below, to complete the 2022 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.
The applications and associated reference forms for the 2022 NGLA Student Staff are due by December 6, 2021 @ 11:59pm ET. Phone interviews will be conducted on December 13 - 14, 2021. Student Staff will be notified by December 20, 2021.
Volunteers are expected to uphold NGLA policies and procedures, including the NGLA Code of Conduct. Please direct questions to
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