Subject: You’re invited to volunteer for NGLA!

Message from the Executive Director
As we plan for another year, our eyes are set on a number of new and exciting goals. As a partner to numerous institutions of higher education across our region, country, and Canada, the education we provide to our communities wouldn’t be possible without the hard work, dedication, and passion from NGLA volunteers. As the world around us continues to evolve, so does our approach to meeting the needs of our communities across the Northeast and beyond.
Today, we open our Call for Volunteers for the 2023 NGLA Annual Conference and NGLA Board of Directors! We are seeking submissions from individuals who have a passion for creating transformational educational experiences and the ability to think innovatively. Volunteering with NGLA is an extraordinary opportunity to give back while expanding your professional portfolio. The roles we offer range in time, experience, and discipline; wherever your passion lies, I’m certain that NGLA has a role for you on our team!
Know someone who would be a good fit? We encourage you to share this application with anyone who could be a great addition to the NGLA Volunteer Team. Please direct questions to or apply by
Monday, May 2.
I hope you’ll consider joining NGLA’s Volunteer Team. Here’s to our future!
Michael Davis
Executive Director
Apply for the 2023 Volunteer Team by May 2
Be part of the team that plans our Annual Conference and supports our Association!
NGLA Annual Conference and Association volunteer opportunities include but are not limited to: assessment, awards, delegation outreach and support, educational programming, marketing, registration, technology, scholarship, sponsorship, and student staff.
NGLA is also seeking dynamic strategic thinkers and innovators to join our Board of Directors. Each member of the board plays an integral role in furthering the mission of NGLA. Our continued success depends upon the personal commitment and dedication of a select group of individuals who understand the privileges and obligations of leadership. The Association is currently accepting applications for the Board of Directors. Qualified applicants are those with association and/or organizational leadership experience and who are committed to the fraternal movement.
For more information about available roles, please visit our Get Involved webpage.
Applications are due by Monday, May 2 at 11:59pm ET. Please direct questions to
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