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Protected: LAUNCH Session Coordinator Portal

launch session coordinator portal Thank you for being a LAUNCH session coordinator! Below are resources to help you prepare for your session(s). general LAUNCH Preparation Support A comprehensive guide for Session Coordinators that includes the program schedule, financial responsibilities, supply list, FAQs and more. LAUNCH Frequently Asked Questions  An overview of commonly asked questions about the program.  Blank W-9 Complete and submit a W-9 form to kristin@nicindy.org prior to your first assigned session in order for the NIC to process your stipend after your session.   student attendees LAUNCH Student Attendee Resource  This resource includes language you can use/modify when communicating with students about LAUNCH, including its purpose, benefits, our substance-free agreement and more. LAUNCH 2017-18 Participation and Copyright Policy Agreement All students must receive, review and sign this agreement prior to the start of the session.    LOGISTICS  LAUNCH Supplies Compare this list with supplies you receive from the NIC and use it as a shopping list for materials you need to provide.  Printing Instructions  A step-by-step guide for printing nametags and certificates using paper provided by the NIC.  Roster Template  An Excel spreadsheet that must be used to produce nametags and certificates via mail-merge.  Nametag Template  A Word mail-merge document that must be used to produce nametags.  Certificate Template  A Word mail-merge document that must be used to produce certificates.  Recent News Fraternal “Umbrella” Organizations Unanimously Support New Anti-Hazing Legislation Rep. Patrick Meehan, R-Pa., and Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, Introduce the Report and Educate About Campus...

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Protected: IMPACT Session Coordinator Portal

IMPACT session coordinator portal Thank you for being an IMPACT session coordinator! Below are resources to help you prepare for your session(s). general IMPACT Preparation Support A  comprehensive guide for Session Coordinators that includes the program schedule, financial responsibilities, supply list, FAQs and more.  IMPACT Frequently Asked Questions   An overview of commonly asked questions about the program.  IMPACT Schedule 2017-18  Also printed in facilitator and participant manuals. small group facilitators  IMPACT Facilitator Recruitment Resource  This helpful guide provides tips and language to use when recruiting small group facilitators for your session. Review your contract for details about the quantity of facilitators required. IMPACT Facilitator Expectations  All prospective and/or confirmed small group facilitators should receive and review this document prior to the start of the session. IMPACT 2017-18 Participation and Copyright Policy Agreement All student and facilitator attendees must receive, review and sign this agreement prior to the start of the session. STUDENT attendees  IMPACT Student Attendee Resource This resource includes language you can use/modify when communicating with students about IMPACT, including its purpose, benefits, our substance-free agreement and more. IMPACT 2017-18 Participation and Copyright Policy Agreement All student and facilitator attendees must receive, review and sign this agreement prior to the start of the session. logistics NIC W-9 Session Supply List   Compare this list with supplies you receive from the NIC and use it as a shopping list for materials you need to provide.  Printing Instructions   A step-by-step guide for printing nametags and certificates using paper...

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Fraternal “Umbrella” Organizations Unanimously Support New Anti-Hazing Legislation

Rep. Patrick Meehan, R-Pa., and Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, Introduce the Report and Educate About Campus Hazing (REACH) Act Contact: Heather Kirk, Chief Communication Officer North-American Interfraternity Conference heather.kirk@nicindy.org (225) 603-0002 WASHINGTON—Officials from the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), National Pan-Hellenic Council, Inc. (NPHC), National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO), National Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Panhellenic Association (NAPA), National Multicultural Greek Council (NMGC), and Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors (AFA), issued the following statements today endorsing anti-hazing legislation introduced by Rep. Patrick Meehan, R-Pa., and Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio. The Report and Educate About Campus Hazing...

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Helen Lahrman and Dylan Howser join NIC Campus Support Team

Indianapolis, July 10, 2017—Two skilled interfraternal professionals will soon add their knowledge for fraternity excellence and operations to the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) Campus Support team. Helen Lahrman, Vice President of Campus Operations, Midwest Beginning August 1, Helen Lahrman will serve as Vice President of Campus Operations for the Midwest, where she will focus on undergraduate development, alumni engagement and council effectiveness in partnership with campuses in the region. She will work from her home in Dallas, Texas, where she will be accessible to the campuses she serves. Lahrman comes to the NIC from The University of Iowa, where...

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PRIME

Preparing IFC Presidents for Interfraternal Leadership Jan. 5 – 7, 2018 | Midwest Registration opens in October  In the year since NIC 2.0 reforms have passed, one thing we have learned is that IFC Presidents have an enormous job. They are asked to lead their council effectively, establish relationships across campus, create a shared vision, and guide their community toward positive change. These are no small tasks. We’d bargain that the IFC President’s job is one of the most complex student leadership roles on campus. And these leaders need greater support. That’s why, in partnership with the Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values, Northeast Greek Leadership Association, and Southeastern Interfraternity Conference, we have developed PRIME: The Summit of IFC Presidents. PRIME focuses IFC Presidents on their role from the get-go. Getting this concentrated training in January — at the start of their term — will prepare them for council and community leadership. We are in the process of finalizing a selection between properties in Indianapolis or Cincinnati, and we will announce the location when registration goes live in October.  Through attending IFC Academy later in the spring, IFC Presidents will apply what they’ve learned at PRIME as they begin to lead their Councils. PRIME and IFC Academy are complimentary experiences that set the IFC President up for success during his time in office. The curriculum in both programs is unique, and the experiences...

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