Subject: NGLA | November Newsletter

Schedule Available for the 2021 NGLA Virtual Conference
Over four days, participants can
choose from 100+ hours of programming! Check out the schedule to learn more about what to expect each day including our recently announced keynote addresses.
Student Staff Application Due by November 30
Be part of the remote team to support the inaugural NGLA Virtual Conference!
Student Staff is a great opportunity for undergraduates and graduate students to learn about conference management, meet fellow fraternity & sorority members, network with higher education and fraternal professionals, and be mentored by a NGLA Board of Directors member.
Learn more about the role & responsibilities as well as the application process.
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.
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Scholarship Applications are Available
Whether you’re attending for the first time, haven’t attended in recent years, or attend regularly, scholarships are available for individuals and delegations.
Apply for NGLA Scholarships by Monday, January 18, 2021 @ 11:59pm EST.
Please contact for more information.

Register Early for the Best Rate plus Promotions
Don’t delay, commit to the conference today!
  • Register at the lowest rate of $99 per person
  • Receive a free t-shirt from Clothowear if you’re one of the first 500 registered
  • Receive one registration for a professional with every ten registrations for students
  • Register a large delegation for as low as $70 per person and receive a coupon from Clothowear for $100 off an order of $1,000 with a Conference Registration Value Package
Our Register Now, Enter Registrant Information Later process allows you to secure your spots at the Early Bird Registration rates then provide participant information later.
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NGLA Awards Applications Due by January 18
Recognize individuals or groups for their accomplishments in 2020!
Amy Vojta Impact Awards recognize chapters, councils, communities, and individuals in the following categories: academic achievement, chapter development and leadership, civic engagement, membership recruitment/intake, multicultural initiatives/programming, public relations, and risk reduction.
Apply for 2021 NGLA Awards by January 18, 2021 @ 11:59pm EST.
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Save the Date: December 1 - Giving Tuesday
On December 1, we invite you to celebrate NGLA and our mission by participating in Giving Tuesday. The NGLA Fund was established in 2019 to support educational initiatives and programs of the Association and further fund our scholarship and Innovation Grant programs.
As the state of our world continues to change, the need for NGLA to continue to offer meaningful, accessible, and equitable educational opportunities becomes even more important. Our mission is to educate leaders to transform and empower their community and align actions with values. By supporting the NGLA Fund, you are helping the fraternal leaders of today and tomorrow to continue to transform and empower their communities.
Often, the biggest impacts are made by the small, yet meaningful contributions of many. We are excited to introduce a new gift level: Believers Club. We believe in the mission of NGLA. We believe in fostering more inclusive, equitable, and accessible educational opportunities for fraternal leaders across the Northeast. And we believe in you.
Will you join us in donating just $5 and being a founding member of the Believers Club?
Congratulations, John DiSarro and Emily Perlow!
Congratulations to the 2020 Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors Award Winners, especially Sue Kraft Fussell Distinguished Service Award recipients John DiSarro, NGLA Treasurer, and Emily Perlow, former NGLA Executive Director.
We are so thankful for your service to NGLA, AFA, and the fraternal communities that you have impacted!
Volunteer of the Month: Elana Levy and the Educational Programming Committee
Elana Levy, Educational Programming Chair, and the Educational Programming Committee identified, reviewed, and selected the programs for the 2021 NGLA Virtual Conference. The team worked tirelessly during one of our busiest times of the year to identify and set the tone for the conference programming. With Elana's organization and leadership, the process was seamless and we are excited about the upcoming year. Thank you for your commitment to NGLA’s mission!
Members of the Educational Programming Committee include: Casey Dowling, Gillian Farnan, Dan Green, Mat Greer, Sarah Herberger, Stephen Hopson, Lauren Hughes, Lennon Jackson, Amanda Riehl, Victoria Sarsfield, Jamie Silverstein, Jessica Snell.
NGLA Spotlight
The NGLA Spotlight features fraternity and sorority chapters, councils, communities, and individuals who demonstrate commitment to the fraternal movement and help advance the NGLA Mission and Vision.
This month, we'd like to recognize the award recipients of the 2020 Amy Vojta Impact Award for Public Relations as well as the 2020 Amy Vojta Impact Award for Civic Engagement:
Amy Vojta Impact Award for Public Relations
Alpha Chi Rho, The College of New Jersey
Panhellenic Council, Sacred Heart University
Fraternity and Sorority Community, University of Rhode Island
2020 Amy Vojta Impact Award for Civic Engagement
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Carnegie Mellon University
Interfraternity Council, University of Rochester
Fraternity and Sorority Community, University of Rhode Island

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