As a member of a Greek organization at Ball State University, there are a lot of ways to become more involved and become a leader in the community.
You can become involved by holding a position of leadership in your chapter or on the executive boards of the Interfraternity Council, Multicultural Greek Council, National Pan-Hellenic Council, or Panhellenic Council. Members of these councils participate in the Greek Leadership Summit in January to develop their leadership skills, and have the opportunity to attend national Leadership Conferences.
You can also be involved in one of the Greek Honorary Societies which recognizes members for outstanding contributions to the community: Order of Omega, Gamma Sigma Alpha, and Rho Lambda. In addition, can you become involved in the Fraternal Values Society which promotes mission and values focused Greek organizations.
There are also opportunities to serve as Greek Peer Facilitators for new members during Greek Academy. Panhellenic members can also serve as mentors for their chapters in the Greek Peer Mentor program.
You can also serve as a leader on the Greek Week Steering Committee, which plans and executes a week of events for Greek organizations every spring.
There are also Greek Leadership courses available to members of the Greek community, which develop leadership skills within the context of the Greek community and for the future.
Every fall and spring break, Greek organization members are encouraged to participate in Alternative Break trips during which students complete service hours for different populations in need.
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