April 10, 2013
On behalf of the Grand Council of Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity, we are excited to welcome back our Winter/Spring Semester Leadership Conclaves. Tau Epsilon Phi’s 2013 Leadership Conclaves will be held April 19–21, 2013 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at the Marriott Hotel in CenterCity.
Historically, this event has been held during our the Winter/Spring Semester to bring together Chancellors, Bursars and Emerging Leaders from all Chapters to participate in a weekend full of undergraduate networking, leadership seminars. This weekend provides the special opportunity to meet the 24 men who comprise our newest interest group from Rowan Universityand plus the ability to meet directly with National Staff, Grand Council Members and Distinguished Alumni.
It is our hope that each Chancellor and Bursar will attend on behalf of each chapter. Should the Chancellor not be able to attend (and approved in advance with the Consul), we will ask for the next Senior Board Member to attend. However, we are asking for each chapter to send as many Board Members and Emerging Leaders as possible. To aid our chapter leadership, TEP National will sponsor up to two leaders from each chapter at no charge.
This year we are combining our Grand Council Meeting in conjunction with the Leadership Conclave. To our knowledge, the combination of both events brings about a historic new tradition – the ability for each leadership group to hear directly from and participate together as we move our fraternity forward to the future. This weekend will provide the ultimate transparency for all parties to interact and participate with the Leadership of Tau Epsilon Phi. While all Brothers are invited to attend Grand Council Meetings, Alumni and Alumni Club Representatives are also welcome to attend and provide their reports.
As part of the weekend, each chapter will be expected to provide a verbal overview to the Grand Council during the Undergraduate Chapter Reports Section of the Grand Council Meeting. For the remainder of the weekend, Seminars on the National Fraternity, Financial Management, Risk Management, Rush and Recruitment, New Member Education, Brotherhood Development and Alumni Relations will also be provided to aid the undergraduate leadership with its chapter duties and responsibilities as an officer of the organization.
While we will provide amazing speakers on the various topics, it is our hope that many of the themes of the seminars will provide the Undergraduates the ability to share positive information to the group with open forum discussion. Materials will be provided to allow the officers (or representatives) the opportunity to share the information with the chapter upon the return to campus.
And this year to celebrate our time together following a day of seminars, we have selected to take our entire group to the Philadelphia Phillies Game in conjunction with those Alumni Clubs in the area. Our conclave will conclude on Sunday with each chapter having an opportunity to meet one on one with our Leadership, an overview of the topics and themes of the weekend and a good and welfare to end our time together on a positive note.
We are honored to have our Rho Chapter at the University of Pennsylvania and our Sigma Epsilon Chapter at Rutgers at Camden serve as Host Chapters for the Weekend. We are additionally honored to have Rutgers Camden Alumni Club, Drexel Alumni Club, Penn State Alumni Club and Syracuse Alumni also serve as Host Alumni for the Conclave.
Should any Member have any question or request prior to the meeting, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please fill out the form below to make reservations for any part of this conference.
April 9, 2013
Promoting the ΤΕΦ brand across the country, reconnecting with our alumni and creating wonderful and lasting relationships are of the upmost importance for our fraternity. It is with this perspective that the Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity is pleased to announce our First Ever Meet and Greet Event in St. Louis on April 13, 2013 at the St. Louis Ritz Carlton.
Our International Consul, Lane Koplon, International Tribune Tim Smith, Member at Large Nathaniel Broughty and Member of the TEΦ Foundation Jesse Cohen will be in St. Louis representing TEΦ at the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) Annual Meeting April 13–15, 2013 at the Ritz Carlton. This meeting brings together all Executives and National Presidents for Greek Organizations in the United States. It is truly an honor to represent our Fraternity with the numerous leaders of the fraternal movement. (Click Here For More Information about the NIC Conference)
Any and all ΤΕΦ alumni are invited to participate in a Meet and Greet with at the Ritz Carlton Hotel on Saturday Evening at 7pm. This event will allow Lane and the Representatives of the Grand Council and TEΦ Foundation to provide an update on the National Organization and all of us to network together as TEΦ’s in the St. Louis Area.
Should you have any interest in attending, please complete the form below! We look forward to seeing you in St. Louis.
November 7, 2012
November 7, 2012
Promoting the ΤΕΦ brand across the country, reconnecting with our alumni and creating wonderful and lasting partnerships are of the upmost importance for our fraternity. It is with this perspective that the Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity is pleased to announce its partnership for the second time this year with the Jewish Federations of North America for their upcoming event titled “General Assembly 2012”. This event will take place this weekend November 11 – 13, 2012 at the Convention Center in Baltimore Maryland. The event is scheduled to have over 3,500 Jewish community leaders from across North America.
As a valued partner, TEΦ will now join the Federation’s national marketing effort, having its name prominently displayed on all marketing and promotional materials. It is with tremendous honor and excitement that we will have a booth at the conference displaying and marketing the ΤΕΦ Brand while providing information to all attendees about the exciting programs and services that we are providing to our undergraduates and alumni. Most importantly, this will provide us an opportunity to show that our brand is strong, vibrant and successful while sharing our story over 3,500 leaders who will then take our message back to their communities, friends and fellow ΤΕΦ’s.
Should you be in attendance, live in the Baltimore Area or know of any alumni in the area, please contact our International Consul, Lane Koplon at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you in Baltimore.