February 2019

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About The Chapter Achievement Pathway Track

The Chapter Achievement Pathway Track, formerly known as the event Officer Training, is an educational leadership experience that takes place during PBLI. The event is designed to provide chapter officers with learning focused on serving others, chapter operations, and how to create an officer success plan. The focus of the Chapter Achievement Pathway Track is servant leadership which in turn allows participants to focus on member retention, teamwork, conflict resolution, and compromise. This experience will seek to provide participants with an overview of servant leadership and with the necessary tools to create and sustain a chapter success plan which will lead to increased member engagement and retention. Additional education centers on general leadership skills, understanding AKPsi’s structure, risk management, and individual officer role-based breakouts.


Active Listening

Interact with top professionals in business industries through networking breaks, panel discussions, and résumé and interview critiques.


Analytically and Critically

Create a leadership development plan detailing your success and opportunities for personal growth.

Build Your


Gain insight into necessary industry-related skills identified by businesses as necessary for the workforce so you are equipped to succeed after graduating.


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Schedule of Events

Volunteer Opportunities

Additional Information

Takeaways, Accommodations and Expenses

Which positive attributes can I acquire?

  • Build relationships
  • Communicate with resource coordinators
  • Delegate
  • Lead a group of peers
  • Summarize AKPsi’s governing documents
  • Define AKPsi’s Risk Management Policies
  • Describe roles of officers

What is gained from attending?

  • Describe servant leadership and its application to the chapter’s success
  • Gain insight on necessary servant leadership skills
  • Examine skills and their chapter related applications
  • Develop core leadership skills
  • Develop a fraternal network (based on chapter relationships, RMT)
  • Summarize their learning on servant leadership with their chapter
  • Interact with officers to create a chapter success plan
  • Implement an officer success plan
  • Feel personally challenge

What accommodations are provided?

AKPsi has a block of rooms reserved for its members and guests through each hotel’s reservation cutoff date. Room types (especially those that sleep four to a room) are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Provided there are remaining guest rooms in our block after the cut-off-date, the hotel will continue to accept reservations at the special rate. Once the block is full, whether it is before or after the cut-off date, regular hotel rates will be in effect.

Attendees are responsible for contacting the hotel directly to arrange accommodations. All guests must provide photo ID on-site at each hotel in order to check-in and receive keys to their rooms. Photo ID must match the name on the room reservation or access to the hotel may be denied.

Participants are expected to comply with the Alpha Kappa Psi Risk Management Policies, state and local laws as well as guest policies of the hotel.

What are the registration rates and deadlines?

Early Bird: Friday, December 14

Regular: Monday, January 21

Late/onsite: Tuesday, January 22 – Onsite


Substitutions Coming Soon.
Through January 31 – $10

On or before January 18 – $10
January 19 – 31 – $20

On or after February 1 – $25

What expenses are covered with registration?

For officers attending the Sunday morning session, a light continental breakfast will be provided.

What expenses are not covered?

  • Travel to Officer Training
  • Meals outside of those listed above
  • Airline luggage fees
  • Airport parking
  • Hotel parking
  • Flight change fees
  • Transportation to and from the airport
  • Transportation to and from the hotel
  • Personal incidentals

What is the dress code?

Smart Casual (jeans are acceptable, t-shirts, tennis shoes, caps or hats).

Reimbursement Stipend

What is the reimbursement stipend?

The reimbursement stipend is a set amount of money the fraternity will provide only to those collegiate chapters with at least four core officers in attendance for both PBLI and the Chapter Achievement Pathway Track (Sunday morning) in their entirety. The purpose is to help cover some of the costs incurred.

When will the reimbursement stipend be provided?

The reimbursement will be distributed after the event in order to verify who was in attendance for both PBLI and the Chapter Achievement Pathway Track

How do I receive the reimbursement stipend?

The reimbursement will be issued as a chapter credit – based and confirmed on attendance. At least at least four core officers must be in attendance.

How much will my chapter be reimbursed?

Chapters will be issued a $150 chapter credit – based and confirmed on attendance at PBLI and the Chapter Achievement Pathway Track according to the minimum standard.

How may I use the reimbursement stipend?

The reimbursement may be used at your chapter’s discretion. However, it is recommended to use the reimbursement to help offset the hotel cost.

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