SAGA Workshop Series

Sigma Tau Gamma is proud to announce the launch of the SAGA Workshop Series, aimed to provide educational opportunities to our members from the comfort of their own home. Beginning this June through September, 17 workshops will be available covering a variety of topics and are open to all members of Sigma Tau Gamma to enjoy.

We are thankful for our friends and alumni across the nation for coming together to support brothers during this time. The full schedule, including dates, times, and workshop overviews can be found below. Interested in attending, use the button below to receive additional information leading up to the workshop.


Brotherhood: A Virtual Experience

Ben Nelson, Assistant Director of Education and Wellness Tuesday, June 2, 2020 7:00 PM EDT

Campus life may be impacted as we begin the fall semester – we need to begin thinking now about how things can be done differently. In this workshop, we will review likely scenarios for the fall semester, and look at how to operate a fraternity chapter within the current guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the State of Indiana.

Why the Fraternity Matters: Jumping Back In

Angel Gonzales, Associate Director of Alumni Engagement Tuesday, June 9, 2020 7:00 PM EDT

Recall how excited you were to join Sigma Tau Gamma - why did it matter so much to you? In this workshop, we will reflect on the most important moments of your undergraduate career, and discover volunteer opportunities to re-engage at a local or national level.

Legends Never Die: Empowering the Next Generation of Noble Legends

Christopher Miofsky, Assistant Director of Student Involvement & Robbie Maples, Assistant Director of Student Conduct & Community Standards Education Tuesday, June 16, 2020 7:00 PM EDT

Past Presidents, notable alumni, or Sig Tau's Founders may come to mind when you hear the term "legend" - what if anyone could be legendary? In this workshop, learn how you can become a legend within your own chapter and community by empowering yourself to uphold the ideals of a noble generation.

Healthy College Living - Tips, Advice, and Myths

Dean Anderson, Personal Trainer & Dylan Rhodes, Director of Marketing Tuesday, June 23, 2020 7:00 PM EDT

There is a lot of confusing and conflicting information out there about what's "healthy" - learn what current research recommends and demystify modern myths. In this workshop, you'll receive recommendations for nutrition and exercise, be able to set personal health goals, and examine how practicing healthy behaviors can impact confidence, leadership, and academic performance.

"But Why Does This Matter?"

Christopher Miofsky, Assistant Director of Student Involvement & Robbie Maples, Assistant Director of Student Conduct & Community Standards Education Tuesday, July 14, 2020 7:00 PM EDT

Why did you join Sigma Tau Gamma? Is that reason the same today as when you started? Do they align with your organizational values? Do they align with your personal values? In this workshop, engage in discussion about the WHY - why you joined, why you stay involved, and how your alumni and campus advisors can support you.

Building a Culture: How to Unite Your Brothers so Your Chapter Will Thrive

Dylan Rhodes, Director of Marketing at Performance Unlimited Tuesday, July 21, 2020 7:00 PM EDT

Every member desires success for their chapter - but often struggle to build a sense of common purpose among the membership. In this workshop, learn a framework for uniting the members of a chapter and helping the organization to thrive.

LGBTQ Issues in Fraternity Life

Trevor Harder, Co-Chair of Southern Nevada Chapter of GLSEN Tuesday, July 28, 2020 7:00 PM EDT

Members of the LGBTQ community often feel alienated from the Greek community - but inclusivity is a hallmark of a great brotherhood. In this workshop, dive deep into the reasons for feelings of alienation, and explore solutions to create a more inclusive Greek experience for everyone.

The Sig Tau Growth System

Zack Kearny, Recruitment & Growth Coordinator & Adam Kowalski, Director of Fraternity Operations Tuesday, August 4, 2020 7:00 PM EDT

Our modern age requires a modern approach to recruitment - Sig Tau has embraced a recruitment system that can be applied to any chapter on any campus. In this workshop, learn the system for meeting, evaluating, and adding the best men on your campus to your chapter.

Creating Your N.E.X.T. - Bridging the Gap Between Getting a Degree and Getting a Job

Jan Barlow, Founder and CEO of Better Job Fit, Inc. Thursday, August 6, 2020 3:00 PM EDT

Transitioning from college to career can be difficult, confusing, and stressful - learn how to approach your transition from a creative perspective. In this workshop, you'll learn how to create your New Exciting Xtra-Ordinary Transition (N.E.X.T.)

Leading Passionate Teams

Pat Thornton, President at Leadership Concepts. Tuesday, August 11, 2020 7:00 PM EDT

The role of a leader is a difficult one - you must find ways to tap into the individual passions of the team and merge them into a tightly focused direction. In this workshop, discover how to design, build, and lead passionate teams that deliver outstanding results.

Recruitment: Getting EVERYONE Involved

Zack Kearney, Recruitment & Growth Coordinator & Dylan Rhodes, Director of Marketing at Performance Unlimited Thursday, August 13, 2020 7:00 PM EDT

One man can't do it all - everyone must be involved in recruitment efforts to be most successful. In this workshop, learn how every member of the chapter has a role to play in successful recruitment.

Behavior Diversity - The Dangerous Differences We Can’t See

Jan Barlow, Founder and CEO of Better Job Fit, Inc. Tuesday, August 18, 7:00 PM EDT

Unconscious bias is almost certainly affecting the decisions you make - gain awareness of your psychological programming based on environment, upbringing, and societal influences. In this workshop, gain a better understanding of human behavior and potentially distorted perceptions of bullying, hazing, and sexual harassment, and increase organizational trust, engagement, and relationships.

Building Your Personal Brand

Greg Ward, Director of Communications & SAGA Editor Thursday, August 20, 2020 7:00 PM EDT

Your personal brand and your online presence are more important than ever. During this workshop, you will learn the first steps of building your personal brand, what today's employers are searching for on your personal social media profiles, and how to build a compelling brand statement to help you stand out from others when searching for an internship, your dream job or your next step in educational pursuits.

Dues and Don'ts: Budgeting & Billing Cycles

OmegaFi Staff Tuesday, August 25, 7:00 PM EDT

Finances can make or break a chapter - learn best practices for building a budget, setting billing cycles, and ensuring financial integrity. In this workshop, you'll receive a full break-down of a Sig Tau chapter's minimum operating expenses, tips for setting budgets and billing cycles within Vault, and best practices for managing a chapter's finances.

"Sup Bro, What's Your Major?" - Conversations of Substance

Zack Kearney, Recruitment & Growth Coordinator Thursday, August 27, 7:00 PM EDT

Stop asking the same shallow questions that everyone asks during recruitment - show with your actions and words how Sig Tau stands apart. In this workshop, learn how to ask better questions to get better answers and how to hold a substantive conversation.

Meetings that Don't Suck: How to Conduct Chapter Efficiently and Effectively

Kassi Ward, Associate Director of Collegiate Services Tuesday, September 1, 7:00 PM EDT

There are lots of reasons that meetings can feel unproductive – but they don’t have to be. In this workshop, you'll walk through the logistical and human aspects of chapter meetings to drill down ways to make your meetings concise and impactful.

Driving Interaction and Sealing the Deal

Zack Kearney, Recruitment & Growth Coordinator Thursday, September 3, 7:00 PM EDT

The Sig Tau Growth System only works when executed well - one of the most important pieces is driving interactions with potential new members. In this workshop, you will learn how to transform a pool of potential new members into an outstanding new member class.