Leadership Academy is the Fraternity’s premier, individualized leadership-development event for rising Phi Kappa Tau leaders. The event is offered to approximately 80 students at a time with multiple sessions per year in an intimate, camp-like setting.
Session I: May 30-June 2, 2013 in Eatonton, Ga. Session II: June 6-9, 2013 in Oregonia, Ohio Session III: June 20-23, 2013 in Mentone, Calif.
“The best part of Leadership Academy was meeting my brothers from across the country and reconnecting with the idea that I’m not just a part of Delta chapter, I’m a part of the National Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity. Understanding that I had brothers that cared about me from California to Virginia and from New York to Texas really brought about a change in the fire that I feel for my Fraternity.”
—Wood Smith, Centre ’11 2011 John Cosgrove Spirit and Leadership Award Winner (LA Session I)
If you strive to be a leader in your chapter, on campus and in your community then Leadership Academy is for you.
Approximately 75% of Leadership Academy attendees go on to hold an executive office position in their chapter.
If you find energy in connecting with brothers from across the country then Leadership Academy is for you.
At Academy, you will be placed in “chapters” with brothers from other chapters, learning about their best practices and making lifelong friends.
If you’re always aiming to better yourself by learning more about your strengths and how to best utilize them then Leadership Academy is for you.
Not only will Academy curriculum guide you to develop values-based leadership skills by highlighting your strengths, hands-on activities like a challenge course and group games will also help you learn more about yourself and your assets.
If you want to learn more about your Fraternity and what it means to be part of something bigger than yourself then Leadership Academy is for you. Reserve your spot today!
May 5—The Delta Tau chapter at Cal Poly-Pomona charters (1984).
May 5—The Epsilon Xi chapter at Pace charters (1995).
May 6—The Omicron chapter at Penn State charters (1922).
May 7—The Non-Fraternity Association gathers for dinner to celebrate its successes and contemplate the future. This dinner became an annual event soon to be called Founders Day Banquet, considered to be the oldest tradition in Phi Kappa Tau (1907).
May 9—The Ohio State chapter of Phrenocon is installed, later known as the Gamma chapter (1912).
May 9—The Gamma Lambda at Central Michigan charters (1965).
May 10—The Alpha Psi chapter at Texas-El Paso charters (1941).
May 10—The Alpha Omega chapter at Baldwin-Wallace charters (1943).
May 10—The Beta Beta chapter at Louisville charters (1947).
May 10—The Delta Delta chapter at Bryant charters (1969).
May 10—The Epsilon Theta chapter at San Francisco State charters (1990).