The Phoenix Member Education is an exciting evolution of the True Gentleman Experience. The Phoenix Member Education is comprised of lessons, discussion topics, brotherhood events, rewards and recognition done in a more relevant manner for today’s college student.
True Gentleman Day of Service is SAE’s community service initiative. Use the TG Day of Service branding for any service event you participate in as a group. Check out the provided resources for picking a project, planning and implementing your event, and reporting your impact.
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer — the 3 simple steps anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. This program aims to equip participants with the skills to recognize signs of crisis, respond to someone in crisis, and how to get help and save a life.
The National Ambassador Program is the pinnacle leadership development program of the Fraternity. Ambassadors take part in brotherhood building, professional growth, and personal development. During the program, brothers receive coaching from prominent Fraternity Alumni and work collaboratively on special projects to make an impact on the Fraternity. Those serving as National Ambassadors provide support for all educational programs and events sponsored by the Fraternity.
The Recruitment Challenge seeks to emphasize Sigma Alpha Epsilon recruits 365 days a year. In an effort to support the Supreme Council and the Fraternity Service Center’s goals for growth, Sigma Alpha Epsilon is excited to bring back the recruitment challenge for the Spring 2022 semester.
Executives Academy provides Eminent Archons, Eminent Deputy Archons, Eminent Treasurers, Recruitment Chairmen, Health & Safety Chairmen, and Member Educators with the tools necessary for success in leading their chapters.
Are you an undergraduate who wants to take your knowledge of our Ritual to the next level? Learn from some of our top ritualists during a weekend of Ritual education, discussions and training.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Anniversary Convention is the largest business meeting of the organization. More than 400 delegates that represent chapters and alumni associations in good standing vote upon board candidates and proposals for the Fraternity Laws.
Are you an undergraduate brother who wants to take your leadership skills to the next level? Learn from alumni and your peers during a week of leadership education, discussions, and interactive activities.
Are you a collegiate brother who wants to build leadership skills and influence positive change in SAE and your campus’s fraternity/sorority community? Learn with your fraternity/sorority peers through this four-day, three-night, immersive leadership experience held each summer.