True leadership comes from experience. As a member of the Greek community, you'll find tremendous opportunities that will give you the experience to become an effective leader. Fraternities and sororities are self-governing, giving members numerous leadership possibilities.
- Serve as chapter officers and on Greek community-wide governing councils
- Lead and get involved as members of non-Greek campus organizations
- Improve organizational skills and time management
Panhellenic Council Executive Board and Cabinet Positions
The Panhellenic Council is the governing body of the 22 sororities at Rutgers. Elections to the Panhellenic executive board and cabinet take place each April.
Interfraternity Council (IFC) Executive Board Positions
The IFC is the governing body of the 45 fraternities. Elections to the IFC executive board and cabinet take place each April.
Chapter Executive Board Positions
Every chapter is charged with electing a group of students to serve as chapter leaders. Members have the opportunity to serve in a variety of elected positions such as president, treasurer, scholarship chair, service chair or recruitment chair.
The Dance Marathon is a yearlong project that raises awareness and funds for the Embrace Kids Foundation. Students can become involved in the Dance Marathon by interviewing for a spot on the Board of Directors, the Central Planning Team, the Captain staff, the Volunteer staff or by registering to dance. Applications can be found on the Dance Marathon web site.
Northeast Greek Leadership Association Annual Conference
A 3-day program for Greek Council and chapter officers in the northeast. Conference participants participate in both the Values Institute as well as a host of general education sessions.