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  • 1. Chapter Programs of the Year______________________________________________________________________________
    Presented By:
    Jose Marroquin
    Midwest Regional Vi ce Chair
    National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations
    www.nalfo.org
  • 2. Agenda
    Why Programming?
    Planning
    Advertising
    Financial
    Co-Sponsorship
    Socials
    Community Service
    Philanthropy
    Fundraisers
    Educational
    Cultural
    Academics
    Political Consciousness
    Importance of Documenting
    Question and Answer Session
  • 3. Why Programming?
    Face of the fraternity to the campus
    Great Recruitment tool
    Plus, it is a national requirement
  • 4. Planning
    Piss Poor Planning, Promotes Piss Poor Performance, Piss Poor Performance Promotes Pain
    Should be done way in advanced
    A program should be headed by one person then seek assistance from chapter, delegation is key to success
    Few Quality Events is Better than A lot of poor events
  • 5. Advertising
    Should be done at least 2 weeks prior to event
    Do not just rely on facebook
    Paper flyers are great just need to have a good design
    Could use UV coated flyers during the beginning of the year
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  • 9. Financial
    Should not be funded by the chapter
    Most college campuses have a funding board
    Seek corporate sponsorship
  • 10. Co-Sponsorship
    Makes programming a lot easier
    Should not be with just Greeks, network outside i.e LASO
    Seek out campus units and faculty
  • 11. Socials
    Do not just rely on club events
    Can be a great tool to break the ice with other orgs.
    Examples: Greek Sips, potlucks, outings i.e bowling
     
  • 12. Community Service
    Should not be confused by philanthropy events
    Majority of the events should be within the Latino Community and not be “mainstream greek” type event i.e clean up the highway
    Examples: High School Mentorship, translation for immigrant community, Tutoring
  • 13. Philanthropy
    American Heart Association
    Support National Drives
    Chapter should establish their own philanthropy i.e. scholarship
  • 14. Fundraisers
    Should be the most emphasized programming
    Be Creative!!!!!
    Examples: Lambda Tuck-Ins, Crush Can
  • 15. Educational
    Reach out to professors!!!
    Should be of topic of interest to the campus community
    Examples: Young Lords of NY and Chicago, Ciudad Juarez Murders
  • 16. Cultural
    Get out of your comfort zone!!! Explore other cultures besides your own
    You can tie in other programming to this
    Examples: Dance exchange with another cultural group, giving away morir sonando
  • 17.  Academics
    Study Hours should be mandatory
    Workshops i.e resume, grad school prep
    Meeting with college dean to set a graduation plan
  • 18. Political Consciousness
    Fraternity was based on this, yet many chapters put less emphasis on this
    Many ways to be involved on campus, community, nationally
    Examples: Campus racism, Latino Registration Drive, Dream ACT, immigration
  • 19. Importance of documenting
    Pictures should be taken at every event along with a 1pg summary of event
    Helps future lines
    Don’t have to reinvent the wheel
    Serve as a recruitment tool
  • 20. Question and Answer Session
  • 21. Contact Info
    Jesse Palencia
    Email: palenciaj@uilambdas.com
    Phone Number: 312-320-4202
    I am also on facebook and myspace

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