About the School
Western States Leadership School | 6th Session, Feb. 16-18, 2018
We're proud to recognize our partners from the 5th Session.
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Supporting the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Law Enforcement Memorial.
Tailored pants and shorts embroidered with your fraternity’s crest. Campus Khakis pay homage to tradition and a top of the line quality.
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The Fraternity’s mission is advancing the highest standards of friendship, scholarship, leadership and service for our members throughout life.
We are excited to announce the new Western States Leadership School Board of Directors and Planning Committee for the 6th session taking place on Feb. 16-18, 2018. Board of Directors Chair, Jesus Maldonado (Occidental ’00) Executive Director, Patrick Fredricks (Central Michigan ’10) 1st Assistant Director – Logistics & Secretary, Travis Buchanan(Creighton ’14) Treasurer, Donald Romero (Northern Las Vegas ’15) Ethan Cline (Cal. State […]
Word of Mouth
Feedback from our past attendees and staff
It is impossible to summarize what I learned and what I hope to take back to my chapter in a few sentences since there is simply so much (I completely filled my provided seminar booklet, with spillover). However, I plan on addressing our current officer board and how we can function more effectively, how we can make recruitment and our brand on campus better, and how we can provide a sense of structure and continuity while transitioning between officer teams, semesters, and academic years.- Garret Palmquist, 6th Session Attendee
At Western States Leadership school, I learned the key fundamentals of being a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and a True Gentlemen. I was given the tools and advice to make positive changes not only in my chapter but at my university as well. Going to Western States is a great opportunity to meet brothers from across the west and to establish chapter relations with other schools and universities.- Ryan Kuwada, 3rd & 4th Session Attendee
Different regions of the country have different ideas and mindsets that I was able to bring back to Cincinnati. These ideas helped my chapter implement new initiatives and further advance the mission of the Fraternity. Although we are all from different backgrounds, ΣAE’s ideals and values are one that brings us together regardless of region or background. That’s what I really learned at Western States Leadership School.- Gage Woolley, 3rd Session Ambassador
Western States Leadership School was a great opportunity to bond with my brothers over insightful seminars and to take part in the renowned Las Vegas nightlife. I really enjoyed meeting brothers from chapters far and wide across the country. It was a memorable experience that I would recommend to everyone in Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Being an Ambassador for Western States was an honor. When you go to any of SAE’s leadership schools as a delegate, you take for granted all of the things that are happening behind the scenes to make the event come together. Being one of those behind-the-scenes brothers has its moments, but when everything comes together, it has the power to create a rewarding experience for any brother daring enough to give it a try.- Andy Holcomb, 3rd Session Ambassador
Our Venue: the Alexis Park All Suite Resort
The Alexis Park All Suite Resort is one of the most exciting resorts in Las Vegas. The Alexis Park All Suite Resort is the premiere all-suite, non-gaming resort in Las Vegas. Unrivaled in its Las Vegas Strip proximity (directly across the street from the Hard Rock Hotel) the Alexis Park All Suite Resort features all the hotel amenities along with casual boutique hotel services.