Alvin W. Cohn UIFI Scholarships

Deadline: May 23 2017 at 08:00 PM EDT


Description

The Sigma Alpha Mu Foundation is proud to begin awarding Undergraduate Interfraternity Institute (UIFI) Fellowships which cover costs associated with registration for the program and a $200 stipend for travel to/from the program.

UIFI, hosted by the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC), is unlike anything you have experienced! This five-day, intense, hands-on clinic is designed to reach attendees core and assist them in finding their true fraternal calling. Participants are involved in all aspects of the Institute. UIFI is not for individuals who prefer lecture style leadership experiences. Attendees know and understand the true meaning of belonging to an organization and affecting change not only within their chapter but on their respective campuses and in their communities.
Brothers who attend a UIFI session are changed forever. They are able to return to their chapter and teach what was learned and better understand how to be a leader. The program is geared for those individuals who are ready to realize their potential and ready to achieve goals set by themselves, their chapter, and their Greek and college/university communities.

Participants reside in a chapter house that becomes “home” for the week. Major sessions are complimented by small group meetings, called chapters. Chapter meetings are designed to help participants explore, define and enhance their leadership skills and identify the timeless principles through which they can define themselves individually and organizationally. Each participant is challenged to develop a personal plan of action and make a commitment to leading his or her organization through the change process. In addition, participants have the opportunity to network and build friendships with numerous other Greek community leaders.

Requirements

UIFI is open to all initiated undergraduates. However, many participants either serve on their campus fraternity council or in a high leadership position within their chapter. For additional programming information on UIFI, including past attendee testimonials, please visit the NIC website. If you have application questions, please feel free to contact the Foundation offices at 317-536-8952 or mariam@sam-fdn.org

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