Upcoming events

    • Saturday, October 19, 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Syracuse University 900 S. Crouse Avenue Syracuse, NY 13244
    • 20
    Registration is closed
       


     Join your Northeastern region leadership and host chapter, Theta Omicron Sigma  for a day of sisterhood and Sigma Business.

    Attire is Sigma Business. 

    Sorors: You will be able to attend two workshops during the meeting except for those attending TORCH II.

    Philos:  You will be able to attend two workshops during this time.  You must register for two workshops.  All workshops are available to you except for TORCH II.

    Lunch

    Lunch is being offered from the venue for $10 per person.


     

         

    Event Tracks:

    Please read the event details in its' entirety before making your workshop selection.

    After completing payment, check your email for further instructions to select your Area V Workshops.

    Making Your Membership Matter
    Target Attendees: New & Reactivated Members

    An interactive & engaging workshop where attendees will learn the following:
    1. What's new/updated/changed in the Sorority,
    2. Ways to engage on a local, region and national level
    3. Important Things to Remember


    Elections & Nominations

    Target Attendees: All 

    Sorors, it is nominations and election season! This workshop will highlight the NER Nominations and Election process and requirements for the 2019-2020 sorority year.  The learning targets for this workshop are:

    1. Know how to access, complete and submit the NER Nominations packet and all required documentation,

    2. Understand the complete applicant vetting process,

    3. Gain knowledge of the NER Election process and expectations,

    4. Know the requirements for each elected NER office,

    5. Understand the nomination and campaign rules, and

    6. Gain insight to best practices as a NER candidate

     

    Rights, Responsibilities and Protocol

    Target Attendees: All

    What are your rights at the national, regional and local level of our great sisterhood?  You have three levels of rights and they are protected through governing documents. There are national, regional and local bylaws to define what they are and how they are protected.

    What are your responsibilities at the national, regional and local level of the sorority?  You also have three levels of responsibilities and they are defined through our governing documents as well.  There are national and regional Standard Operating Procedures and your local chapter should have their own Standing Rules.

    Protocol may be defined as “a system of rules that explain the correct conduct and procedures to be followed in formal situations” but for our great sisterhood it involves numerous aspects of our functioning.  What is expected when we invite the Grand Basileus or Regional Syntaktes to a chapter event?  How do we handle the installation of new officers? What is appropriate dress and behavior when representing the sorority?  How is this managed? Should there be written rules or procedures to assist us in these areas?

    Join us for a review of these three topics and gain tips on how to formalize our administration and management of all three while becoming more effective and efficient in our Implementation as we grow


    P.E.A.R.Ls  for Wisdom

    Target Attendees: All

    Perception, Education, Actualization, Realization and Learning 

    Numerous studies have found that 95% of our cognitive activities (emotions, decisions, behavior, and actions) are beyond our conscious mind. Therefore, our interactions and experiences are triggered by emotions, traumas, memories, life instincts, feelings, and desires; and often directed by the ego.  Do you or someone you know have a big EGO? Come understand how the ego impacts your outlook and behavior within your personal, professional and sorority life. 

    Level II TORCH Training

    Target Attendees:  Sorors who are in good standing (financial on all levels) who serve as Basilei, Anti-Basilei or apart of the membership committee only.

     

    • Registration begins at 7 a.m.
    • Area Meeting registration ends Saturday, October 12th at 11:59PM.
    • There is NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION.
    • Incomplete registrations will be automatically cancelled after 15 minutes.
    • Workshops are first come, first serve and cannot be switched.
    • Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
    • Saturday, October 19, 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Syracuse University, 900 S. Crouse Avenue Syracuse, NY 13244
    • 0

    2019 Area Meeting Vendor Information

    The Northeastern Region will hold its 2019 Area V Meeting on October 19th, 2019 at Syracuse University, 900 S. Crouse Avenue Syracuse, NY 13244. Vending spots are available on a first come, first serve basis.

    Vendors may be placed on waiting list if space is no longer available. If space becomes available, the vendor will be contacted by phone or email. The vendor will be given 48 hours to remit payment.

    Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. reserves the right to cancel this agreement upon failure of the company to comply with any conditions or provisions of this document, but said cancellation shall not relieve the company of the obligation to pay the Vendor/Exhibitor Fee as provided for herein.

    ALL VENDORS MUST FOLLOW ALL GUIDELINES AS ESTABLISHED BY THE VENDOR LICENSING AGREEMENT ON FILE AT THE INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS.


    • Saturday, October 26, 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Temple University, 1801 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122
    • 39
    Register


    Join your Northeastern region leadership and host chapters, Alpha Eta Sigma and Beta Delta, for a day of sisterhood and Sigma Business.

    Attire is Sigma Business. 

    Sorors: You will be able to attend two workshops during the meeting except for those attending TORCH II.

    Philos:  You will be able to attend two workshops during this time.  You must register for two workshops.  All workshops are available to you except for TORCH I and TORCH II.

    Please read the event details in its' entirety before making your workshop selection.

     

    After completing payment, check your email for further instructions to select your Area II workshops.

       

    Event Workshops:

    Making Your Membership Matter
    Target Attendees: New & Reactivated Members

    An interactive & engaging workshop where attendees will learn the following:
    1. What's new/updated/changed in the Sorority,
    2. Ways to engage on a local, region and national level
    3. Important Things to Remember


    Elections & Nominations

    Target Attendees: All 

    Sorors, it is nominations and election season! This workshop will highlight the NER Nominations and Election process and requirements for the 2019-2020 sorority year.  The learning targets for this workshop are:

    1. Know how to access, complete and submit the NER Nominations packet and all required documentation,

    2. Understand the complete applicant vetting process,

    3. Gain knowledge of the NER Election process and expectations,

    4. Know the requirements for each elected NER office,

    5. Understand the nomination and campaign rules, and

    6. Gain insight to best practices as a NER candidate

     

    Rights, Responsibilities and Protocol

    Target Attendees: All

    What are your rights at the national, regional and local level of our great sisterhood?  You have three levels of rights and they are protected through governing documents. There are national, regional and local bylaws to define what they are and how they are protected.

    What are your responsibilities at the national, regional and local level of the sorority?  You also have three levels of responsibilities and they are defined through our governing documents as well.  There are national and regional Standard Operating Procedures and your local chapter should have their own Standing Rules.

    Protocol may be defined as “a system of rules that explain the correct conduct and procedures to be followed in formal situations” but for our great sisterhood it involves numerous aspects of our functioning.  What is expected when we invite the Grand Basileus or Regional Syntaktes to a chapter event?  How do we handle the installation of new officers? What is appropriate dress and behavior when representing the sorority?  How is this managed? Should there be written rules or procedures to assist us in these areas?

    Join us for a review of these three topics and gain tips on how to formalize our administration and management of all three while becoming more effective and efficient in our Implementation as we grow


    P.E.A.R.Ls for Wisdom

    Target Attendees: All

    Perception, Education, Actualization, Realization and Learning 

    Numerous studies have found that 95% of our cognitive activities (emotions, decisions, behavior, and actions) are beyond our conscious mind. Therefore, our interactions and experiences are triggered by emotions, traumas, memories, life instincts, feelings, and desires; and often directed by the ego.  Do you or someone you know have a big EGO? Come understand how the ego impacts your outlook and behavior within your personal, professional and sorority life. 

    Level II TORCH Training

    Target Audience: Sorors who are in good standing (financial on all levels) who serve as Basilei, Anti-Basilei or apart of the membership committee only.

    Level I TORCH Training

    Target Audience:  Sorors who are in good standing (financial on all levels) and need recertification.

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    • Registration begins at 7 a.m.
    • Area Meeting registration ends Saturday, October 19th at 11:59PM.
    • There is NO ON-SITE REGISTRATION.
    • Incomplete registrations will be automatically cancelled after 15 minutes.
    • Workshops are first come, first serve and cannot be switched.
    • Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
    • Saturday, October 26, 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Temple University, 1801 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122
    • 0
    Join waitlist

    2019 Area Meeting Vendor Information

    The Northeastern Region will hold its 2019 Area VI Meeting on October 26th, 2019 at Temple University, 1801 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122. Vending spots are available on a first come, first serve basis.

    Vendors may be placed on waiting list if space is no longer available. If space becomes available, the vendor will be contacted by phone or email. The vendor will be given 48 hours to remit payment.

    Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. reserves the right to cancel this agreement upon failure of the company to comply with any conditions or provisions of this document, but said cancellation shall not relieve the company of the obligation to pay the Vendor/Exhibitor Fee as provided for herein.

    ALL VENDORS MUST FOLLOW ALL GUIDELINES AS ESTABLISHED BY THE VENDOR LICENSING AGREEMENT ON FILE AT THE INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS.


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