These tracks are designed to highlight the eight core areas of exceptional leadership; attendees will focus in one area, complete with specialized seminar topics. All tracks will also have a seminar topic on bystander intervention.
This area focuses on building connections: with alumni, with university officials and the public at large.
Recommended for Eminent Correspondents, Eminent Chroniclers, Alumni Chairs, IFC Representatives and non-officer attendees.
- Friendraising: Improving Alumni Relations
- University Community Relations
- Philanthropic Partnerships in the Community
This area focuses on holding our members accountable with special training in the organization’s health-and-safety policies and procedures.
Recommended for Eminent Deputy Archons, Eminent Wardens, and Health-and-Safety Officers.
- Minerva’s Shield: ΣAE’s Health-and-Safety Policies
- Chapter Accountability & Standards Boards
- Shifting Away from Second-Class Membership
This area focuses on member development and education as our organization shifts further away from pledge programming.
Recommended for Member Educators, Scholarship Chairs, and Recruitment Chairs.
- Best Practices of the True Gentleman Experience
- Brotherhood Retreats
- Rush to Recruitment: Targeting Your Chapter’s Needs
This area focuses on the essential information the newest members of the Fraternity need to know.
Recommended for new members, Member Educators, and non-officer attendees.
- Minerva’s Shield: Our Health-and-Safety Policies
- Maximizing your SAE Experience
- Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP)
This area focuses on chapter finances, including revenues from members and outside groups.
Recommended for Eminent Treasurers, Fundraising Chairs and Philanthropy Chairs.
- Setting Your Chapter’s Budget, Line by Line
- Fundraising Options to Supplement Your Budget
- Financial Reporting Requirements: Form 990 & Beyond
This area focuses on executive-level leadership, including organizational planning and development.
Recommended for Eminent Archons, Eminent Recorders and Recruitment Chairs.
- Setting S.M.A.R.T. Chapter Goals
- Managing Your Chapter: Meetings, Decision Making & Personnel
- Handing Over the Reins: Officer Transitions
This area focuses on having self-control equal to all emergencies, including responses to incidents and understanding the importance of diversity and inclusion.
Recommended for Health-and-Safety Officers, Social Chairs, House Managers and non-officer attendees.
- Self-Control Equal to All Emergencies: Managing Crisis
- Getting Social: Effective Preparation for Social Events
- Title IX Awareness & Sexual Assault Prevention