Leadership

The Greek Community at Iowa State offers endless opportunities for developing leadership skills in its members. Chapters encourage their members to be involved in chapter through their leadership councils and executive boards and campus-wide activities. Within chapters, roles range from academic excellence, philanthropy and service coordinator, social chair. Today, it takes more than a college degree to be successful. Employers want college graduates who have demonstrated leadership abilities and aren't afraid to get involved. Click on the links below to learn more about some of the leadership opportunities in the Greek Community at Iowa State.

 

Emerging Greek Leadership Council (EGLC) 
Fraternal Values Society
Gamma Sigma Alpha
Governing Councils
Greek Alternative Spring Break
Greeks Ending Violence Now 
Greek Leadership Class
Greek Relations Executive Council (GREC)
Greek Week Central Committee
Honoraries
SAFE Liaisons
Greek Community Ambassadors 

CLPS 122x: Leading with Purpose

Related Links
Student Activities Center
Leadership Programs
Leadership and Service Center
College of Liberal Arts & Sciences


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"By becoming a member of Iowa State's Greek Community, I saw a campus full of opportunities. After my time in camus leadership positions, I am proud to say that my experiences as a Greek woman have taught me the most valuable lessons. I feel confident in my future as a law student and also in my upcoming opportunity to lobby in Washington D.C. on student issues. I feel better prepared for my professional life because of my Greek experience."

Kacy Flaherty

Alpha Gamma Delta