Important Information! Please read completely before registering!
Leadership Conference is a full day of information and workshops to help you succeed in your leadership role. We will discuss leadership strategies, fraternity and chapter operations, fraternity health and safety, working with other brothers and with alumni, whom to call for help, initiation and Ritual, and other topics. You will meet leaders from our other chapters, learn from each other, gain new ideas, and build your own network. We expect you to return to your chapters to share the information and skills you receive at Leadership Conference, and to provide the guidance and discipline necessary to run a student organization.
The 2021 Leadership Conference will be held in-person at the Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel on October 9, 2021.
Note: The Grand Council continues to monitor college/university, local, state, and federal health and safety guidance regarding COVID-19. Any changes to Leadership Conference will be announced via email and posted widely.
Friday, October 8th is a travel day to Salt Lake City. See Travel section below for details.
Saturday, October 9th is a full day of programming, with the evening on your own to explore Salt Lake City. The Agenda will be issued in September.
Sunday, October 10th is a travel day back home. See Travel section below for details.
Worthy Architects and Worthy Estimators will have air travel arranged for them, and the registration form will require information to facilitate this process.
Note: While every effort will be made to accomodate class schedules, airline flight schedules can be limited and not all requests may be accommodated. WAs and WEs should expect to spend both Friday and Sunday travelling, and should make arrangements (with class, work, family, etc.) in advance accordingly. A letter requesting excused absence from class is available upon request.
Upon arrival, funds will be provided to attendees to utilize public transportation from the airport to the hotel.
Attendees will have rooming arranged for them (double occupancy), and whever possible, attendees from the same chapter will be assigned a shared room. Space has been designated on the registration form to list any requests or restrictions regarding your room accommodations.
Upon arrival, funds will be provided to the attendees to cover the cost of breakfast on Saturday and Sunday. Attendees will be provided lunch and dinner on Saturday.
This event is free to collegiate attendees, with costs covered as a part of national dues. A $150 deposit will be collected from each attendee at registration as collateral and will be refunded after participation in the entirety of the scheduled events.
Questions? Contact your Regional Director or the Leadership Conference Coordinator at email@example.com.
See you in Salt Lake City!