Recruitment Workshop

Phi Delta Theta will host a virtual Recruitment Workshop via the Ihlenfeld University for Online Education (PDT U) from November 30–December 1, 2021, at 7:00-8:30 p.m. EST each evening.

Many chapters are electing new recruitment chairmen this November to continue the success story of their chapter’s fall recruitment efforts. The Recruitment Workshop is geared towards educating new and experienced recruitment chairmen, recruitment committees, and recruitment advisers on today’s best recruitment practices. Each chapter that participates in the conference will work alongside Phi Delta Theta’s growth experts to develop a recruitment plan that develops a system for growth.

The Recruitment Workshop will feature a 45-minute general session speaker each evening coupled with a 45-minute breakout discussion around important recruitment topics and questions.

Each chapter is strongly encouraged to register its recruitment chairmen, recruitment committee members, and recruitment adviser. Phi Delta Theta understands that is a busy time for its members and chapters as they head into finals. Because of this, the format and time commitment of the virtual conference is shortened to include high-impact content and discussions.

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Oklahoma Gamma Golden Legion Ceremony

The Oklahoma Gamma Chapter at Southwestern Oklahoma State University is hosting Golden Legionnaires commemorating fifty years since its founding on Saturday, December 11, 2021. The ceremony will be held at the E sports arena on campus, and then the dinner/reception will be held in the Sky View Suite in the Pioneer Event Center.
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McKenzie Presidents Leadership Conference

The success of Phi Delta Theta is strong leadership—leadership based upon our three Cardinal Principles. Therefore, the Fraternity and the Phi Delta Theta Foundation created the McKenzie Family Presidents Leadership Conference (PLC) to develop leadership skills and train each chapter’s newly elected president. The Fraternity held the inaugural PLC in 2000 and, it remains a staple in the Fraternity’s educational programming efforts.

Over three days, PLC participants learn the fundamentals of being a chapter leader, emphasizing leadership, ethics, managing chapter operations and external relations, risk management, and character. In addition, the conference features presentations by the best speakers in the Greek world and breakout team meetings facilitated by volunteer alumni and General Headquarters staff members.

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