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  • Jan

    5

    Presidents Academy

    Washington Dulles Airport Marriott, Sterling VA

    January 5 - January 8 , 2017

    PresidentsAcademy_4color Collegiate Chapter Presidents will join together January 5th-8th in Dulles, VA to learn and lead using the values of Tri Sigma as their guide. Participants will have the opportunity to network with sisters from every collegiate chapter as well as leading alumnae who will coach them to success in their chapter role. Chapter Presidents will develop valuable leadership skills, learn to harness their strengths, and gain confidence to guide their chapter through change while addressing current issues relevant to collegiate women. This program will continue our long-standing tradition of unifying our leaders under the mission, vision, and values of our sisterhood while providing an exceptional experience that will leave each participant, each sister, each President, empowered.

    Tri Sigma Presidents Academy January 5-8, 2017 Washington Dulles Airport Marriott Dulles, VA

    Presidents Academy Schedule Overview:

    Thursday, January 5: Major arrival day. No official sessions planned for this day, but get a first look at Sigma merchandise vendors, visit the Foundation booth, connect with alumnae chapters, and settle in for a great weekend! Friday, January 6 and Saturday, January 7: Grow your leadership toolkit with educational workshops, speakers, and experiences that you can take back to your chapter and campus. Sunday, January 8: Wrap up your weekend with an impactful State of the Sorority update from Executive Council. Participants will be free to depart the hotel by noon. Women interested in serving as a 2017 Collegiate Chapter President should save the date for Presidents Academy. All women slated as Collegiate Chapter President will be expected to attend. Collegiate chapter leaders, including CAB, will be receiving detailed information regarding registration, travel, and other program preparation. Please direct all inquiries to Melissa Kolb, Associate Director of Education and Leadership via email mkolb@trisigma.org or phone 803-730-9167.

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  • Jan

    6

    Prevention Institute, Chicago IL

    January 6 - January 8 , 2017

    pi_logo-01 This is an educational opportunity emphasizing the necessary partnership between members, National Headquarters, volunteers, advisors, and college/university partners to ensure safety for all members. Attendees will develop skills with the goal of empowering members to confront high risk behaviors but more importantly how to proactively identify risky behaviors and reduce the potential for harm. Who should attend: Risk Manager, Honor Council Chair (or other HC member), advisor working with Honor Council or the Risk Manager *If one of these cannot attend, the only allowed substitutes are the VPO or Social Chair

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  • Jan

    20

    Prevention Institute, Nashville TN

    January 20 - January 22 , 2017

    pi_logo-01 This is an educational opportunity emphasizing the necessary partnership between members, National Headquarters, volunteers, advisors, and college/university partners to ensure safety for all members. Attendees will develop skills with the goal of empowering members to confront high risk behaviors but more importantly how to proactively identify risky behaviors and reduce the potential for harm. Who should attend: Risk Manager, Honor Council Chair (or other HC member), advisor working with Honor Council or the Risk Manager *If one of these cannot attend, the only allowed substitutes are the VPO or Social Chair

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  • Jan

    27

    Prevention Institute, Dulles VA

    January 27 - January 29 , 2017

    pi_logo-01 This is an educational opportunity emphasizing the necessary partnership between members, National Headquarters, volunteers, advisors, and college/university partners to ensure safety for all members. Attendees will develop skills with the goal of empowering members to confront high risk behaviors but more importantly how to proactively identify risky behaviors and reduce the potential for harm. Who should attend: Risk Manager, Honor Council Chair (or other HC member), advisor working with Honor Council or the Risk Manager *If one of these cannot attend, the only allowed substitutes are the VPO or Social Chair

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