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Are you a collegiate brother who wants to take your leadership skills to the next level? Learn from alumni and your peers during a weekend of leadership education, discussions, and interactive activities.


Leadership School provides two different tracks, a leadership track for general members and a management track for chapter officers. 

The leadership track takes a big-picture look at fraternity leadership and a deeper dive into what it means to serve the Fraternity and our global community. It is an immersive learning experience in which collegiate brothers will focus on building the skills needed to serve in any leadership role and will build leadership competencies needed to load within the Fraternity, their community, and in their professional roles.

The management track focuses on providing each officer an increased understanding of their roles and responsibilities, team building, goal setting, strategy development, and implementation. We also focus on the crucial chapter and community issues paramount to success.

This program is open to all collegiate active brothers. Alumni have the opportunity to participate as facilitators alongside our National Ambassadors, who serve as peer facilitators.


Please review the information above for full details on the program before registering. If you have any additional questions, please get in touch with the Education Department at

Upcoming Event Dates

The next Leadership School will be held on January 4-7, 2024.


Leadership School builds the leadership competencies needed to lead within the Fraternity, your community, and future professional roles.

By attending Leadership School, members will:

  • Develop leadership skills needed to be successful in any collegiate officer role. 
  • Gain knowledge of leadership, recruitment, and Ritual activities to bring back to your chapter.
  • Learn about alumni involvement opportunities.


Some of the leadership competencies participants will gain include:

  • Reflection and Application: Reflect on experiences, consider the learning gained through reflection, and act in accordance with this learning.
  • Problem Solving: Effectively solve problems (identify and examine a problem, develop and assess possible solutions, and select the most appropriate solution)
  • Systems Thinking: Make connections between individual parts in a system to anticipate how the relationships between these parts affect each part and the system as a whole.
  • Responding to Change: Effectively respond to change (quickly, positively, and smoothly transition oneself and/or others to move forward productively)
  • Receive Feedback: Consider feedback from others in order to develop my own capacity and increase my effectiveness with others.