Upcoming Webinar: Adapting Recruitment to a COVID World

Your local campus environment – including restrictions on in-person events – has changed, with more changes possibly to come. What does this mean for recruitment? This webinar will walk you through how to develop a contingency plan for each step of recruitment and you’ll walk away with a template for adapting recruitment to your unique campus environment that you can share with your chapter.

Who should attend?
VP of Recruitment, recruitment committee members and recruitment advisor (but everyone is welcome)

When can I attend?
Three live, 45-minute Zoom sessions will be held. All will present the same information, so pick the one that works best for you! Registration is not required; just click on the Zoom link at the right time.

Sunday, August 9 at 8 p.m. (ET)
Join Zoom meeting:
Meeting ID: 989 4831 1930

Tuesday, August 11 at 9 p.m. (ET) 
Join Zoom meeting:
Meeting ID: 986 8902 8288  

Wednesday, August 12 at 12 pm Eastern   
Join Zoom meeting: 
Meeting ID: 915 0931 6328

How should I prepare?
We recommend taking these four steps ahead of the webinar:

    • Complete this 10-minute online lesson about virtual recruitment.
    • Review this resource from PhiredUp, a recruitment consulting firm partnering with Beta this fall.
    • Research local, campus and IFC restrictions for events.
    • Research your IFC plan for fall recruitment.

Virtual Brotherhood and Support

The news surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on college campuses across North America has created a sense of uncertainty for our Beta chapter members, volunteers and alumni. Most, if not all, campuses have made the decision to shift to virtual instruction for the near future or the remainder of the academic term. Beta’s General Secretary, Board of Trustees and staff want you to feel confident in continuing to engage as a chapter and interact with one another, even if it’s at a distance. 

Consider the topics below to continue engaging and involving your chapter members. Some serve as a reminder to officers or volunteers, while others are ideas for fun, virtual activities.

Do you have a great idea that you'd like to contribute? Let Director of Chapter Services Erin McHale know, and your idea could appear here!



House Corporations

In addition to local and state/provincial authorities, chapters and colonies should follow current federal guidelines related to the coronavirus (COVID-19).

A guide to protecting your mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic
(courtesy of Rehab 4 Addiction). 

Monitor the pages below for program updates and announcements.