Volunteer Facilitator Interest Form

Basic Information
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Facilitation Opportunities
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Short Answer Questions
Why are you interested in facilitating an educational program for Phi Gamma Delta?
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Describe any previous facilitation experience and/or background specific to the program(s) you are interested in facilitating.
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Educational Program Descriptions

 

 The Leadership Institute

The Leadership Institute is a five-day premier leadership experience that will empower brothers to work on real issues and challenges facing their chapters. The Institute works through those chapter issues that are incongruent with the values and Ritual of Phi Gamma Delta.

Expectations: Attend one day of training (before the start of the program) and all five days of the program. Volunteer facilitators will be paired with one additional facilitator and approxamitely 10 undergraduate brothers. All facilitators will stay at the location of the program. All travel, food, and lodging will be paid for by the Fraternity.

 Learn more about The Leadership Institute.

 Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP)

ASTP acknowledges that college students’ drink and any steps toward reducing risk are steps in the right direction. The program also teaches skills to reduce risky use and/or abstain from use altogether.

Expectations: Facilitate 2-3 educational programs at a chapter every academic year. Attend a facilitator training every other year. The Fraternity will cover travel, food, lodging (if necessary), and provide a stipend.

 Learn more about ASTP.

 Social Strengths Workshop

The Social Strengths Workshop educates brothers on important topics such as healthy relationships, consent, sexual assault prevention, safe social environments and bystander intervention.

Expectations: Facilitate 2-3 educational programs at a chapter every academic year. Attend a facilitator training every other year. The Fraternity will cover travel, food, lodging (if necessary), and provide a stipend.

 Learn more about the Social Strengths Program.