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NIC Meeting of Members

Two Meetings, One Trip NIC Annual Meeting of Members To provide maximum value for member fraternities, the NIC is moving its Annual Meeting of Members to August to be held in conjunction with the NIC Foundation’s THE Foundations Seminar. Fraternity and Foundation staff and volunteers, as well as NIC and NICF Alliance Partners, will now be able to attend both conferences in one trip to Indianapolis Aug 28-30, 2017, saving organizational resources while delivering greater benefit for each attendee. Both conferences will take place at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis. As part of the NIC Annual Meeting of Members, on Aug. 27, we will also host the first-ever Fraternity Growth Accelerator Summit, targeted to emerging and culturally-based fraternities. A joint registration process will launch May 1. Attendees will be able to register for one or both events: the NIC Annual Meeting of Members and the NICF THE Foundations Seminar. NIC Meeting-only rate: $199, includes NIC programs, meals and events on Aug. 28 and the morning of Aug. 29 Dual-program experience: $399, includes all programs, events and meals Aug. 28-30 for the NIC Annual Meeting of Members and the NICF THE Foundations Seminar Bundled registration package: $3,000, includes 10 registrations for staff members and/or volunteers for the dual-program experience—both the NIC Annual Meeting of Members and the NICF THE Foundations Seminar; includes all programs, events and meals, with the exception of 5 tickets...

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Career Opportunities

We are a dynamic team seeking new members. Career Opportunities Headquartered in Carmel, Indiana, the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) is the trade association representing 69 inter/national men’s fraternities. The NIC’s member organizations boast more than 6,000 chapters located on more than 800 campuses in the United States and Canada, with approximately 380,000 undergraduate members and nearly 4.2 million alumni. We aim to deliver on five core priorities to our member fraternities and lead the fraternal industry to positive change. The NIC Foundation advances the fraternal movement by cultivating a culture of philanthropy and enhancing the sophistication of fraternity and sorority foundation professionals and volunteers. We think we have a dynamic team of dedicated, humble and talented individuals. Our environment is fast-paced and feels like a start-up allowing you to gain a wide breadth of experiences. Click below to review current position openings and application details. Thank you for your interest in joining our team! Associate Director of Communication The Associate Director of Communication works with the Chief Communication Officer to create and execute the NIC and NIC Foundation communication strategy. This person will lead digital communication for the NIC and NICF, working collaborating with staff and volunteer team members. Substantial responsibilities include social media management, email marketing and web development. Review the full job description. To apply, email a cover letter (including salary requirements) and résumé to Heather Kirk, Chief Communication Officer. Résumé review will begin immediately. Director...

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‘Change Leader’ Blaine Ayers to Join NIC Team

Indianapolis, January 10, 2017—After five years as Sigma Alpha Epsilon Executive Director—during which he led the fraternity’s evolution in critical areas—Blaine Ayers will join the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) staff in the role of Vice President of Campus Operations – Southeast. “Blaine has been a change leader for Sigma Alpha Epsilon,” said NIC President & CEO Judson Horras. “His skills, experience, and approach with students and alumni makes him the perfect person to support campuses in the Southeast.” Under his direction, Sigma Alpha Epsilon implemented the True Gentleman Experience, shifting from pledge education to a holistic member development program....

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Veronica Moore to Join NIC as Director of Emerging & Culturally-Based Fraternal Initiatives

Indianapolis, December 12, 2016—Exhibiting strong commitment to emerging and culturally-based fraternities, the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) welcomes Veronica Moore to its team. As the Director of Emerging & Culturally-Based Fraternal Initiatives, Moore will develop educational programs for these NIC groups, as well as focus on their advocacy within higher education. She will advance collaboration, resources and services to support the continued growth and development of organizations in the Fraternity Growth Accelerator, an initiative established in the historic NIC 2.0 reforms. Moore is joining the staff after completing her term as President of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors earlier this...

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Programming Partners

Everything centers on the aspiration to engender "Trust and Confidence in the Fraternity Experience." Programming Partners To achieve the Vision for Fraternity Communities (VFC)—Engendering Trust and Confidence in the Fraternity Experience, the NIC has partnered with content experts to provide programming and interventions in key areas. Research shows the need and benefit of focusing programming on these critical topics to cultivate fraternity men and address alcohol abuse. Men’s Development Programming— The NIC has partnered with experts in men’s development to provide programming on manhood and healthy masculinity. Rites of Passage Programming— “Joining a fraternity is often a charged and confusing life stage, not only for the new members, but also for those who live and work with them,” as one of the NIC’s programming partners puts it. The NIC has partnered with experts to help men explore positive, meaningful rites of passage in their fraternity experience. Sexual Misconduct Prevention Programming— The NIC has partnered with renowned experts on sexual health, sexual misconduct, and bystander intervention to provide resources to help fraternity men and their campus peers be leaders in eliminating sexual assault. Bystander Intervention Programming— Helping students feel and be prepared to intervene when injustice or assault is happening is critical for creating safer and healthier communities. The NIC has partnered with experts in bystander intervention to provide programs for fraternity and sorority members. Social Norming Interventions— The NIC’s Campus Support Model includes services designed to assess social...

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