Subject: NGLA Call for Volunteers!

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Call for Volunteers!
NGLA educates leaders from a variety of fraternal experiences to transform and empower their community and align actions with values.

You’re invited to help us achieve this mission by serving the Association as a volunteer!
Available opportunities include but are not limited to conference awards, educational programming, student staff, special programs, and scholarships.

If you are a new or returning volunteer, please complete the Call for Volunteers Application by May 11.

Volunteer of the Month
March: Our March Volunteer of the Month celebrates Sara Diem, this year’s Awards Chair. Sara makes it possible to celebrate and recognize the excellent work that our chapters, councils and individuals do on an annual basis in the region. It is through her diligence and organization that we are able to recognize the excellence of our community members. In addition to her work coordinating and supporting the awards review, Sara is a true team player assisting with various tasks during the conference to ensure a great experience for conference attendees.
April: Our April Volunteer of the Month held a number of different roles in his volunteer position with the conference team. Ryan Cole officially served in the position of Co-Educational Programs Chair but also worked tirelessly onsite to ensure a great experience for attendees. Ryan’s assistance was instrumental in providing a great experience for both attendees and volunteers alike. His addition of Sir Winston Oliver III as the unofficial conference puppy was greatly appreciated as well.
Apply for an Innovation Grant
Does your campus or organization have a creative new approach to problems or issues faced within your community?

Apply for an NGLA Innovation Grant!

The grant eligibility criteria and application form are located on the NGLA Innovation Grant webpage. NGLA looks forward to supporting your innovative ideas that strengthen your community and further NGLA’s mission.
Rethink Recruitment
With planning for fall recruitment already underway, it’s time to rethink recruitment!
What happens if recruitment focuses more on introducing new students to the Greek community? When Cornell University implemented One Greek Experience #1GxP, Interfraternity Council registration increased by 40% and Panhellenic Council withdrawals reduced by 50%!

Share your success – be in the NGLA Spotlight!
It’s time to recognize your outstanding accomplishments year-around!
The NGLA Spotlight features fraternity and sorority chapters, councils, communities, and individuals who help advance the NGLA mission.

Each month, NGLA will share a story about an innovative initiative that demonstrates commitment to the fraternal movement. The NGLA Spotlight is in addition to the annual NGLA Awards.

Nominations are open!

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NGLA educates leaders from a variety of fraternal experiences to transform and empower their community and align actions with values.
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