Charles Henry Hardin Leadership Development Award 2017

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Charles Henry Hardin Leadership Development Award
This award is given to chapters that exemplify outstanding participation in Beta-provided and sponsored leadership experiences, honoring the leadership displayed by Founder Charles Henry Hardin. Additional awards are given to chapters that have:
  • The highest percentage of members who attend leadership programs
  • Highest total number of members who attend leadership programs
 
Eligibility: All chapters and colonies are eligible for this award. There is no application; it is calculated based on attendance recorded at our events.  Chapters can see their historical leadership program participation at MyBeta > Your Chapter Homepage > Chapter Reports > Leadership Development.
 
Criteria: We measure participation from the start of last year’s Convention through this summer’s Wooden sessions. To qualify, chapters must send a minimum of fifteen participants OR at least 20% of the chapter’s second semester roster, including graduating seniors, and must participate in a minimum of three different experiences. Members who attend multiple events will count as multiple participants. Experiences include:
  • Convention Delegate
  • Convention Leadership College
  • Chapter Presidents Leadership Academy
  • Keystone Regional Leadership Conference
  • Wooden Institute
  • Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI) (this is a program provided through the NIC but funded through Beta scholarships)

 
Special Notes: No set number of awards given. The award is a framed certificate.
 
Questions: Questions about this award can be directed to Dan Grainger (dan.grainger@beta.org; 800-800-BETA).