The Epsilon-Eta Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha has been selected to host the 2014 Northeast Regional Conclave Feb. 28–March 2.
The purpose of regional conclaves are to advance the mission and vision of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity by developing and facilitating educational programs aimed at fostering leadership and personal development skills in order to prepare members for success; as well as promoting brotherhood and collaboration among chapters within the same region.
“A regional conclave allows leaders at various colleges and universities in a region to come together and share best practices to support the growth of the brotherhood, and being a host chapter allows your chapter to showcase your chapter’s commitment to growth and leadership,” said Raymond Jacobson ’16, external vice president of the chapter. More than 100 brothers are expected to attend.
Keynote speakers at the conclave include Moe Cevallos ’67, former Grand High Tau of LXA International, and Jim Knowlton, Rensselaer athletics director.
For more information on the event, contact Jacobson at firstname.lastname@example.org.