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Leadership Opportunities

Emerging Greek Leaders Program
The Emerging Greek Leaders program is a six week program designed to prepare and guide up and coming leaders within the Greek community. The program allows students to get to know other Greek leaders, and provides them the opportunity to learn more about their personal leadership styles. If you are interested in learning more please contact Michael.Davis3@shu.edu.

Council Positions
Each of the Greek Councils (GMA, UGC, CPC, IFC) have executive boards and hold elections each year to elect students into these leadership positions. To hold a council position you must be an active member of one of the chapters under the purview of the council you want to run for.

Chapter Leadership
Each chapter has their own leadership positions that allow members to gain valuable leadership and organizational management skills.

Greek Leadership Retreat
Leaders from all the governing councils and chapter Presidents will participate in the Greek Leadership retreat

Honor Societies

Order of Omega:
Order of Omega is a leadership honor society for members of Greek organizations. Order of Omega recognizes juniors and seniors who have exemplified high standards in the areas of scholarship, leadership, involvement within their respective organization and within the Greek, campus, and local community. Members must have a 2.75 GPA and are selected from as the top 3% of students within the Greek community at Seton Hall University.

Conferences

Undergraduate Inter-Fraternity Institute (UIFI)
The NIC describes UIFI as "a five day institute that brings together fraternity men and sorority women from across North America to create opportunities to explore, define, and enhance their leadership skills, personal awareness, commitment to their fraternity or sorority, and grow to expect values based action from themselves and those they lead."

Northeast Greek Leaders Association (NGLA)
Each year, early in the Spring semester, NGLA hosts its annual conference. Hundreds of fraternity and sorority leaders from the Northeast attend the Annual Conference each year to participate in three days of workshops, general sessions and idea sharing.

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