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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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NIC Foundation Grants

Collaborating to cultivate resources for campus support NIC Foundation Grants Our goal is to help improve all fraternity communities. If funding is a concern, we are willing to partner to help you find the resources to enhance your community. To this aim,the NIC Foundation will provide a limited number of challenge grants to help campuses begin their change process while they grow their local resource base, which will sustain support over the long-term. Campuses must make a three-year commitment to the Silver, Gold, Platinum or Diamond level in the NIC Campus Support Model to qualify for an NIC Foundation grant. LevelAnnual Cost for Campus Support Packages2017-2018 Campus Cost with Grant2018-2019 Campus Cost with Grant2019-2020 Campus Cost with GrantBasicPer Chapter$15/NIC Chapter;$30/Non-NIC ChapterNot ApplicableNot ApplicableNot ApplicableSilver$5,000Flat Campus Fee$4,250$4,500$4,750Gold$10,000Flat Campus Fee$8,500$9,000$9,750Platinum$15,000Flat Campus Fee$12,500$13,500$14,000Diamond$30,000Flat Campus...

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LAUNCH

A jumping-off point for fraternity and sorority leaders About LAUNCH It’s not difficult to focus on challenges we face, but what if instead of getting down on issues we identify, we turned our perspectives to the positive? LAUNCH does just that. It’s intended to explore the best of the fraternity and sorority experience and transform it into dynamic solutions to community challenges. LAUNCH is a one-day retreat supporting fraternity and sorority campus leaders. Through this engaging, participant-driven experience, chapter presidents and council officers will build relationships, explore individual and shared issues, and set goals to address them. The goal of the program is to bring fraternity and sorority leaders together to kick off the officer term together positively. The Launch curriculum emphasizes: Establishing community expectations Building relationships Identifying issues Problem solving Community planning   Hosting the Program NIC staff will work with you to host Launch for your campus community. Contact Alexis to learn more about Launch and begin planning your program! Program Structure LAUNCH is designed to bring together fraternity and sorority chapter presidents and council leaders as they kick off their officer terms together. The curriculum allows for guided conversation driven by participant perspectives, culminating in identification of goals for the term and beyond. The general structure of the program includes a collective experience (all in one large-group setting) with individual reflection and small-group conversations throughout. LAUNCH can be held in a single-day and...

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IFC Academy

Bringing IFC officer training to a conference near you About IFC Academy The NIC has partnered with the National Panhellenic Conference and four regional interfraternal leadership programs to bring IFC officer training to students starting in 2017. In its pilot year, the new IFC Academy curriculum will be facilitated at four regional conferences: Northeast Greek Leadership Association (NGLA) Annual Conference Association of Fraternal Leadership & Values (AFLV) Central and West Southeastern Interfraternity Conference (SEIFC) Leadership Academy Programming will emphasize interfraternal leadership, establishing a community mindset and goals and will take a deep dive into officer-specific training. Program Highlights The goal of IFC Academy is to help council officers understand the bigger picture of fraternity and sorority membership, provide nuts-and-bolts training on how to be effective in council officer roles, and engage in council and community goal setting. IFC Academy is about: Building relationships with members of your council and campus community. Evaluating your personal, community and sorority/fraternity experience. Establishing ownership of your interfraternal experience by exploring your responsibilities and rights. Defining expectations for your officer role and resources available to support your success.  Collaborating with other attendees from your campus to create a plan for interfraternal advancement Eight Officer Tracks will be offered: President Judicial/risk management officer Internal operations (finance/secretary) officer Recruitment officer Public relations officer Scholarship officer Diversity/inclusion officer Service/philanthropy...

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Collaborative Effort Brings College Panhellenic and IFC Officer Training to Regional Conferences

The National Panhellenic Conference (NPC), North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) and four regional interfraternal leadership programs are partnering to bring council officer training to students in 2017. In its pilot year, new Interfraternity Council (IFC) Academy curriculum will be facilitated at four regional conferences and new College Panhellenic Academy curriculum will be facilitated at two conferences. Programming will emphasize interfraternal leadership, establish a community mindset and goals, and take a deep dive into officer-specific training. Program collaborators are focused on recruiting seasoned content experts to deliver training. NPC will host its third annual College Panhellenic Academy in late January in addition...

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