Twenty-seven student leaders from the fraternity and sorority community participated in the annual Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values (AFLV) / National Black Greek Leadership Conference (NBGLC) January 29 through February 1.
AFLV/NBGLC is one of the Nation’s largest gatherings for undergraduate fraternity and sorority members with more than 3,000 participants and 300 colleges and universities represented. Participants had an assortment of opportunities to develop their skills as leaders as well as be inspired to bring innovative programming/initiatives back to campus. Programs included feature presentations from some of the leading speakers in the country and more than 150 educational sessions.
Students also had the chance to network with their fraternal peers from across the country. While at the conference, the delegation represented NC State in the annual NBGLC Stroll Competition. While strolling is a tradition of many culturally based organizations, the entire delegation representing all four councils, even the staff, participated. Intercultural awareness and bonding were promoted through active participation and education.