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2015 Leadership Summit

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About Phi Kappa Phi

The Student Vice President Leadership Summit will bring together student vice presidents from chapters across the country to engage in activities that will strengthen their leadership development skills. The next Student Vice President Leadership Summit will take place July 31 & August 1, 2015. Travel days are July 30 & August 2.

The weekend will kick off with a full day of Collegiate EmPowerment seminars on personal leadership, the Student Leadership Challenge®, and leadership transition. Participants will also learn strategies for operating and maintaining active chapters of Phi Kappa Phi and will learn how to be ambassadors for Phi Kappa Phi.

Student Leadership Summit participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Bolster leadership skills
  • Enhance their résumé
  • Network with other student vice presidents
  • Make a difference in their chapter of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi

Registration is open to the first 65 student vice presidents. Applications can be found here. Student vice presidents must be nominated by the local chapter.  Chapters may nominate only one student vice president each and are required to cover a $200 non-refundable registration fee.  Travel, meals at the Summit, and double-occupancy accommodations will be arranged by the Society.  Applications for this opportunity will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until May 31, 2015. 

In order to be considered for the Student Vice President Summit, members must be:

  • A current Student Vice President
  • An active member of the Society (dues paid)
  • Returning to campus as a full-time student during Fall 2015
  • Nominated by your local chapter (one nomination per chapter)

For more information and details, contact Dr. Kay White at kwhite@phikappaphi.org.



Previous Summit Testimonials:

“I now feel fully equipped to get more students aware of and involved with Phi Kappa Phi. I am also more equipped to grow as a leader and learn more about what it means to lead out of authenticity, passion, and resilience.” – Tammy Charles, The University of Tampa

“I believe the conference offered an incredible opportunity to grow and blossom into individual leaders, and gain valuable knowledge on leadership that will allow us to excel in leading our Phi Kappa Phi chapters to promote the love of learning.” – Will Mundhenke, University of North Georgia

“My favorite part of the conference was networking with the other Phi Kappa Phi student vice presidents. I loved hearing about their experiences with their individual Phi Kappa Phi chapters. I came back from the conference with an arsenal of ideas for our Literacy Grant project, effective methods for publicizing accurate information about the mission of Phi Kappa Phi on campus, and increased confidence in my role as a student vice president.” – Elizabeth Malone, Brigham Young University 

 




           

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