The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life has developed a series of development opportunities intentionally situated at different membership points throughout a student's Greek experience at Georgia Tech. Collectively known as Greek Advance, each program is designed to provide tools and resources at every level of membership for students to advance as leaders within their community. To meet students where they are at, there is a program tied to each stage of membership. Some programs are mandatory for all members, and some are optional programs to take advantage of. Learn more about our all-member Greek Advance opportunities below.

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New Member Education

Education provided by FSL staff related to hazing prevention and community expectations.

Attendance: RSVP on Engage is required for all new members offered a bid for membership in the current semester for CPC & IFC chapters. Required for all 2022 initiates of MPC & NPHC chapters in late November. Spring joiners for all councils will have a date TBD in the Spring 2023 semester.

CPC and IFC: choose one session to attend from 3 options below. RSVP required.
August 28, 2022 2:30-4:30pm; August 28, 2022 5:30-7:30pm; August 29, 2022 7:00-9:00pm
MPC and NPHC: November 21, 2022 7:00-9:00pm
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Greek Emerging Leaders

An 8-week cohort based experience designed to give newly initiated members the tools to amplify their impact and leadership potential. Topics include exploring your strengths, embracing diversity & community, crucial conversations, and living your values.

Attendance: Optional for newly initiated members who have been in the chapter less than one year and having rising leadership qualities. Up to two members per chapter can participate.

January 31 - April 4, 2023
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Greek Leaders Advancing

A weekend retreat designed for middle members interested in running for a position within their chapter or council. Participants will examine chapter culture and values and create an action plan with peer feedback to spark culture change.

Attendance: Optional for members who have been in the chapter for longer than one year, but less than three years. Up to two members per chapter can participate.

October 21-23, 2022
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Greek Officer Summit

An advanced leadership conference for chapter and council officers designed to inspire a vision for the future of the community. Training tracks by specific officer position will be provided.

Attendance: Required for all chapter presidents, house managers, risk managers, social chairs, new member educators, and council officers. Optional but encouraged for all other officer positions.

January 2023
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Graduating Member Series

A passive and active series designed for the last year of membership to prepare students for life as an alumni. Partnerships with the Career Center and Alumni Relations are a signature component.

Attendance: Optional for any member who will be graduating within the next year.

Ongoing throughout the Fall & Spring semesters