|On behalf of the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life, we hope you are enjoying spring semester! This email allows us to share future opportunities for involvement within the fraternity and sorority community. Below you will find information about the fraternity and sorority life class offered this upcoming fall, the OFSL student intern role, and the Fraternity & Sorority Programming Board. Read on for more information about how you can engage with the fraternity and sorority community!
Apply to work in the Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life:
Are you looking to work on campus next year? Work with us! The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life is currently seeking student interns for the 2021-2022 Academic Year. The OFSL works closely with interns and provides projects and specific job responsibilities as they relate to each intern’s personal goals and aspirations. We will hire several intern roles including a community service & philanthropy intern, and an Elevation intern. The OFSL is looking for individuals who are responsible, mature, dependable, and professional.
These positions are work-study positions and the OFSL will assist applicants in completing the required work-study application (specifically for merit-based work study for those that may not qualify for need-based work study). We encourage you to apply even if you do not already have a work-study award; merit and need-based work study are available for the 2021-2022 academic year.
A core principle for all fraternities and sororities is scholarship. We promote lifelong learning and critical thinking through the membership experience. To help with this, the OFSL offers classes each semester aimed at educating members and encouraging them on the road to fulfilling their potential as leaders in the fraternity and sorority community and beyond. Check out the class description below!
Inclusive Leadership for Fraternity and Sorority Members
Inclusive Leadership for Fraternity & Sorority Members is designed to provide students an opportunity to explore and discuss the complexity of human differences in today’s society through readings, discussion and activities, and reflection. This class is also designed as a leadership development course and will help fraternity and sorority members examine leadership in the context of inclusion, diversity, and social justice. Emphasis is placed on understanding one’s personal identity, as well as understanding how to lead with a sense of responsibility toward and with different individuals. Strategies for allyship and interdependently leading within a global community are also examined.
This class is only open to fraternity and sorority members, so students have the opportunity to build relationships with fraternity and sorority members from chapters across campus all while reflecting on what makes the fraternity and sorority experience unique. The course meets on Tuesdays between 1-2:50 p.m. and Thursdays 1-1:50 p.m.
To register for the course, use CRN #71569 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Fraternity & Sorority Academic Course Recommendation Forms:
Do you know someone looking to get more involved in fraternity & sorority life? Do you know someone who is looking for electives for next semester? Here’s an opportunity to earn academic credit while taking a course with fraternity and sorority members! Recommend a sister or brother for an FSL class! Use the recommendation form found here.
Fraternity & Sorority Programming Board Applications:
Are you looking for an additional involvement opportunity? Apply to serve as a member of the Fraternity & Sorority Programming Board!
The F/S Programming Board members are responsible for the coordination and implementation of F/S community-wide events including, but not limited to, Homecoming, Fraternity/Sorority Fest (F/S Fest), National Ritual Appreciation Week, and National Hazing Prevention Week. In addition to giving back to the larger FSL community, members of the Programming Board will gain tangible leadership, collaborative planning, and event management skills.
The Programming Board is searching for individuals to fill the following positions:
A complete list of position responsibilities and application can be found here and are due Friday, April 9, 2021 by 5 p.m. If you know someone that would be an excellent addition to the Fraternity & Sorority Programming Board, please consider nominating them by completing the recommendation form link here. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life