Wednesday, July 19 | 9-10AM
Lessons of Leadership in the Work Place
Sarah Casias and Molly Kuchan
The leadership skills learned in Kappa Kappa Psi are designed to be universal. When you cross the stage at graduation, you should continue to Strive for the Highest. This workshop will look at the leadership skills developed while active in Kappa Kappa Psi and how a Brother can use these skills on their personal and professional path.
Embracing the Unfamiliar
Bret Zawilski and Jenn Taylor
This workshop will present concrete strategies Brothers could use for overcoming the anxieties associated with taking on more outgoing roles in the organization. We will focus on the idea of leadership and engagement “beyond a title.” We will discuss how active, outgoing membership doesn’t require a chapter, district, or national officer position (though those are certainly great aspirational goals!)
Wednesday, July 19 | 10-11AM
Local Alumni Association FORUM
Alison Beidler, Kelly Miller, Stephen Barrett, Greg Boike, and Sarah Fitzgerald
Please join your Alumni Association Chair, Alison Beidler, in hosting an open forum for all of our LAAs. We will discuss topics from starting successful alumni association, fundraising ideas and success, recruitment and retention, and many more!
Wednesday, July 19 | 1:30-3PM
Friday, July 21 | 3-4PM
The Only Constant: Successfully Managing Your Transition to Alumni Status
Daniel Miller, Shi Ya Ni, and Ed Savoy
Departure from your college or university involves significant life changes, not least of which is your change in fraternity status. Just as each of us learned about service and brotherhood through the examples provided by older brothers and the guidance shared through all levels of our fraternity, each new alumni member of Kappa Kappa Psi can find support from our fraternity, other alumni brothers, and our alumni associations as they learn what it means to be a successful alumni brother. During this workshop, brothers at different phases of their journeys from active to alumni status will share some of their own perspectives and experiences in order to prompt broader discussion about this transition.
Friday, July 21 | 4-5PM
Personalities in the Work Place
Nic Rorrer and Kelly Nellis
This workshop will focus on working with different personality types in the work place and identifying everyone’s strengths. Additionally, we will reflect on chapter experiences and how they translate to the modern workplace. The strategies and techniques we discuss can be applied to nearly any situation (including dating!).
Saturday, July 22 | 8-9AM
Brotherhood and Sisterhood According to Peanuts
Jen Costello, 2015-2017 Scott Stowell Recipient
Little things can make a difference, both good and bad. We will discuss what stops Brothers from making a difference, how a Brother’s perspective changes from MC to alumni (good and bad), and communication.
Saturday, July 22 | 9-10AM