Iotas In The Park Family & Friends Cookout
Jun
23
2:00 PM14:00

Iotas In The Park Family & Friends Cookout

  • 400 Sausiluta Drive Richmond, VA, 23227 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

his event is one of our signature summer events where we bring all past and present Iotas together to fellowship and enjoying some good food. We will also be collecting can goods for our food drive that is done twice a year. During this event, we will also be awarding two outstanding graduating high school seniors each with a $500.00 book scholarship.

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Mar
3
10:00 AM10:00

The Regional Intake Boot Camp

  • University of the District of Columbia Community College (map)
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It will be held at University of the District of Columbia Community College, which is located at 801 N. Capitol St. NE. Washington DC 20002

 

Will will be in the Multi-purpose room. The time will be 10am until 5pm

 

Candidates will be required to pay $10 each. This is for lunch as we will be feeding them during the workshops.

 

This event is for Candidates Only.  Deans and ADP's are not required but can come if they choose. However, there will be not online or in set activity during this workshop. It's a strict learning environment.

 

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Fish Fry
Aug
26
12:00 PM12:00

Fish Fry

The Men of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. Alpha Omega Alumni Chapter in conjunction with Alpha Omega Social Services, Inc. cordially invites you to our Old-Fashioned Fish Fry at Founders' Hall.

$12.00 Fish Dinner (includes two sides)
$7.00 Fish Sandwich
*other items will be for sale*

For Tickets, Contact:
Michael "Mike P" Paylor @

Email: alphaomega@iotaphitheta.org
Facebook Event - https://www.facebook.com/events/594223087580065
Eventbrite – https://iptfishfry.eventbrite.com

 

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36th International Conclave July 16-23, 2017
Jul
16
to Jul 23

36th International Conclave July 16-23, 2017

  • The Rosen Centre Hotel (map)
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This year's conclave registration has continued to evolve keeping our membership in mind as to the challenges each may face in their chapter and personal lives while allowing for the opportunity to successfully balance the cost of a major event such as this conclave. The conclave will provide the opportunity for fraternal members, family members, Iota Sweethearts and guests to not only conduct business in their respective organizations but to enjoy Orlando, Florida and all the magic the area presents.

The registration period has been simplified and will run from October 15, 2016 to June 30, 2017. No registration will be conducted on site, including a la carte events.
Regular registration will run from October 15, 2016 to May 1, 2017, while Late registration will run from May 2, 2017 to June 30, 2017. All registration will end on June 30, 2017!

There are four registration categories: Undergraduate, Graduate, Life Member, or Delegates Only

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DMV Iota Alumni Cookout
Jul
8
12:00 PM12:00

DMV Iota Alumni Cookout

It's that time of the year again! Please save the date for the 5th Annual DMV Cookout on Saturday, July 8th at Anderson Park in Ft. Belvior, VA from 12 noon to 8pm. 

 This is a family friendly event and there will be free food, beverages, vendors, as well as DJ entertainment from our very own DJ Cantgetrite. Moon Bouncers and other entertainment for children will be provided as well.

BBQ and side dish items will be provided by the host chapters, but this is a potluck style event, so feel free to bring your own favorite dish for the crowd to enjoy as well.

Seating at the park is limited, please make sure to bring your sunscreen, folding chairs, bug spray, and tents. 

 

Finally, we are requesting that all attendees bring school supplies. The items collected will be donated on behalf of Iota Phi Theta Fraternity Inc. to school children in need.

This year's cookout committee has been working hard to make sure this is an event that you will not want to miss. Please spread the word and post to your social media accounts. We hope to see you all there!

DIRECTIONS

From Baltimore, MD

I-95 South to I-495 West to I-95 South

Exit 166A (VA-286 South Fairfax County Parkway)

Continue 2.1 miles – Make a right turn on Ehlers Rd.

Drive approximately ½ mile and Anderson Park will be on your left

 

From Richmond, VA

I-95 North

Exit 166A (VA-286 South Fairfax County Parkway)

Continue 2.1 miles – Make a right turn on Ehlers Rd.

Drive approximately ½ mile and Anderson Park will be on your left

 

From Washington, D.C

I-395 South to I-95 South

Exit 166A (VA-286 South Fairfax County Parkway)

Continue 2.1 miles – Make a right turn on Ehlers Rd.

Drive approximately ½ mile and Anderson Park will be on your left

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Jun
24
8:00 AM08:00

5TH ANNUAL HBCU 5K RUN/2KWALK - HBCU ALUMNI COMMUNITY DAY

The Washington, DC Metro HBCU Alumni Alliance, Inc.’s (DCHBCUAA) community outreach mission is to improve the health and well-being of our communities. Our efforts are aimed at reducing health disparities that are pervasive in predominantly African American communities. Depending on where you live in the Washington, DC area, there is a 15 year difference in life expectancy. Our programming is focused on addressing the social determinants of health and our priority areas are Health & Wellness, Hunger Awareness, and Higher Education. By leveraging the full value of the Alumni Alliance, we educate the community, provide financial resources, offer volunteers, and work strategically with our community partners to make a measurable impact to address the following issues: health, hunger, and education.

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ACES Foundation Celebrity Bowling Fundraiser
Jun
17
3:00 PM15:00

ACES Foundation Celebrity Bowling Fundraiser

The ACES Foundation Celebrity Bowling Benefit is a great opportunity to give back to local DC youth. Access ACES is an initiative created to extend philanthropic efforts to communities nationwide through collaborative relationship built with corporations, organizations and individuals, This years bowling event will help not only ACES initiatives but will support local outreach efforts through Powerful Beyond Measure and Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. Beta Omega Alumni Chapter, Washington DC scholarship program as well.

Bowlmor Bethesda
5353 Westbard Avenue
Bethesda, MD 20816

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24th Eastern Regional Conference
Apr
7
to Apr 9

24th Eastern Regional Conference

  • Norfolk Waterside Marriott (map)
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AGENDA

FRIDAY APRIL 7, 2017 

5 PM-  6-30 PM - PROPOSALS REVIEW AND QUESTIONS

7 PM - 9 PM - ROUND TABLE DISCUSSION / DEBATE / PANEL with CANDIDATES FOR NATIONAL OFFICES (Confirmed Participants - Andre Manson, Sean Housen, Greg Sneed, Rich Gibson, Toby Miller, William White, and more to come)

9 PM - 12 AM - FELLOWSHIP WITH THE BROTHERHOOD @ BAXTERS SPORTS BAR AND GRILL

SATURDAY  APRIL 8, 2017

8 AM - 9 AM - REGISTRATION

9 AM- 10-30 AM - NEW MEMBERS CLASS (HOTEL CONFERENCE ROOM)

9 AM - 12 PM - REGIONAL BUSINESS MEETING / VOTING FOR REGIONAL OFFICERS

12PM - 2 PM - REGIONAL AWARDS LUNCHEON

2PM - 5PM - REGIONAL BUSINESS MEETING (con't) 

5:15 PM - REGIONAL PHOTO

IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT YOUR STATE DIRECTOR

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Mar
28
9:00 PM21:00

Distinguished Brother/Leader Lecture Series

The Office of Alumni Affairs is proud to present the second season of the Distinguished Brother/Leader Lecture Series (sm). The 9-month series features members who have distinguished themselves in their careers and/or as members of the fraternity. The Series (sm) runs from September - May and will have a culminating event in the summer of each year. The purpose of The Series (sm) is to expose members (and occasionally others) to the subject matter experts and thought leaders that abound in Iota.

We seek to encourage:
retention,
cultivate the professional development of our members
support the building of lifelong connections and networks

Additional anticipated outcomes include:
create programming that adds value to the alumni member experience
establish a national speakers bureau of subject matter experts

This month's lecture features: 
Hon. Ted Stephens
Tuesday, March 28, 2017 9:00pm EST
Dial-In: 641-715-3200 -- Code:154588#

Surrogate Theodore N. Stephens, II was raised in the City of East Orange, New Jersey. He attended public schools and graduated from East Orange High School as a football scholar-athlete and was inducted into the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame. He continued his football career at Rowan University where he graduated with a Political Science degree. Judge Stephens attended Seton Hall University Law School, where he received the Monsignor Thomas Fahy Award for student activism.  While at Seton Hall, he served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Irvin B. Booker at the Newark Municipal Court.

In 2011, Judge Stephens was elected Essex County Surrogate. In 2016, he was re-elected and is first year of his second 5-year term. The Surrogate, among other duties, is a judge created under the New Jersey state constitution and is the only elected judicial officer in the state. Judge Stephens presently serves as Chief of the statewide Surrogate's Section of the Constitutional Officers Association of New Jersey.  Judge Stephens also maintains a private law practice as the Stephens Law Firm LLC in Maplewood, NJ. He serves as an adjunct professor at Farleigh Dickenson University and Essex County College and is a frequent lecturer and presenter.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Bro. Toby Miller directly at diralumniaffairs@iotaphitheta.org or at (317) 289-4692.

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