Last week, alumni member Steven Kaczmarczyk and other Orlando citizens took action when they heard the screams of a woman who had just been pinned under a truck.
INDIANAPOLIS (August 30, 2016) – The Awards Catalogue provides recognition opportunities for those individuals who demonstrate outstanding service to Alpha Kappa Psi. It was developed to recognize individuals and chapters that achieve excellence while demonstrating the fraternity’s core values of brotherhood, unity, knowledge, service and integrity.
The Fraternity Awards are divided into three categories: Outstanding Chapter Programming, Outstanding Chapter Leaders and Outstanding Volunteer Leaders. These awards are chapter driven, as chapters must nominate themselves or individual members for awards.
INDIANAPOLIS (August 25, 2016) – Recently, the Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity Board of Directors met for their annual meeting in conjunction with the Foundation Board of Director’s meeting.
The board reviewed the fraternity’s strategic plan and past fiscal year, while mapping out the goals for 2016-17. During discussions of the overall chapter health assessment, the board approved the closure of five collegiate and two alumni chapters. Other conversations throughout the meeting included new systems integration, leadership and education, risk management, management team updates and more.
INDIANAPOLIS (August 23, 2016) – The Alpha Kappa Psi Foundation Board of Directors recently met in Nashville, Tenn. for their annual board meeting.
Throughout the weekend, the board examined the many projects from the past year in breakout groups, presenting their findings and discussing future goals.
INDIANAPOLIS (August 18, 2016) – During the last weekend in July, 28 presidents from the Atlantic Gulf Coast and Pacific Northwest regions gathered in Indianapolis for a pilot program – the Presidents Academy.
The Presidents Academy is an educational leadership experience and is designed to provide chapter presidents with in-depth learning focused on self-awareness, understanding vision, and how to be a coach to those they are leading. This weekend experience sought to provide participants with an intimate knowledge of servant leadership, necessary tools to educate peers and other officers, improve communication, and develop an overall chapter operational plan.