Voice & Action National Fraternity/Sorority Award
Learn about the 2014 Campus Pride Voice & Action Fraternity and Sorority Award Winner
What is the Voice & Action Fraternity/Sorority Award?
The Voice & Action Fraternity/Sorority Award is presented to undergraduate students from colleges and universities across the country. This award recognizes the contributions of young adult leaders and the indelible impact that their efforts have on the present and future of LGBT acceptance and inclusion within fraternity and sorority life. This award is given at Campus Pride’s Out & Greek National LGBT & Ally Fraternity & Sorority Conference in partnership with the Association of Fraternal Leadership Values (AFLV).
Criteria for Recipients
The Voice & Action Fraternity/Sorority Award will be awarded to any undergraduate student who is enrolled for the Fall and/or Spring at an accredited institution of higher education in the United States of America. Each recipient must be in good academic standing at their respective campus, and be an active member in a fraternity or sorority.
Any student who successfully completes a full application by the deadline will be considered. Applicants are judged on their resume, essays and letters of recommendation. Campus Pride will organize a committee of student leaders, professionals in the field of higher education, fraternity/sorority leaders and corporate leaders who will decide on the awardees. Each of the awardees must demonstrate how they live the mission and values of Campus Pride as they bring about positive change in their respective fraternity or sorority.
Welcome to the 2015 Voice & Action Fraternity/Sorority Award Application. In order to apply, please email the following materials to [email protected]. All materials are due by Friday December 5, 2014.
– Resume highlighting your leadership experiences
– (2) Faculty/Staff recommendations
– Peer Recommendation answering the following question:
Please share the main challenges facing LGBTQ people and their allies in regards to achieving greater justice and fairness for all people regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identities, and gender expressions. How has your work created a positive environment for LGBTQ people and Allies on your campus and in your community? How have you addressed the challenges outlined above? Your answer may be in either essay or video form. Videos may not exceed 5 minutes, and essays may not exceed 1200 words.
Once completed, you will receive a confirmation email from the selection committee chair to remind you of your next steps.