TKE News

12/11/13
Congratulations New Chapter/Colony Officers!

 

The winter season is election time for most chapters/colonies across TKE nation. By becoming a new officer, your leadership is an opportunity to make the brothers around you better. Serving on your executive board is a life-changing opportunity that will prepare you for life after college. The future of your group and the future of our fraternity depend greatly on the work ethic of Fraters like you.

The Offices of the Grand Chapter wish you the best of luck in your 2014 endeavors and offer you three ways to get your term started off right:

1) Register New Officers for a Regional Leadership Conference

Every great leader's story starts somewhere. Your group's story starts here! Register for an RLC to develop your leadership style and learn from other TKE chapters with experiences similar to your own. This year's curriculum is a new way to look at your fraternal experience and find new possibilities on how your team can be successful. 

REGISTER TODAY

2) Update Officer Board on the TKE Module Page

This will help your new officers access the goals and expectations of your group. Utilize this opportunity to update your page and become better connected with the Offices of the Grand Chapter. 

UPDATE NOW

3) Get Yourself Some TKE Swag

Now that you lead your group, make sure you represent your group. Get a TKE shirt, lanyard, backpack, sweater, or water bottle that shows the organization that you care so much about. You can buy a TKE t-shirt today and raise money for St. Jude at the same time.

BUY A SHIRT FOR ST.JUDE

 

Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity was founded in 1899 at Illinois Wesleyan University, in Bloomington, Illinois. The Fraternity is the largest growing men's collegiate organization in North America with chapters across the United States, Canada, and affiliations in Germany. With over 260,000 members, TKE builds better men for a better world through the values of charity, esteem, and love. Notable alumni include: the 40th President of the United States Ronald Reagan, Founder of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Danny Thomas, Super Bowl MVP Aaron Rodgers, Starbucks Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz, Editor-In-Chief and CEO of Forbes, Inc. Steve Forbes, the 38th Director of the U.S Mint Edmund Moy, and Georgia Congressman and Presidential Candidate Bob Barr.