PEC Registration Open!
INDIANAPOLIS - Beginning Saturday, September 13, 2014, Tau Kappa Epsilon will be kicking off the first series of Province Educational Conferences. These Province Educational Conferences (PECs) are designed to be the most accessible of our programs. A PEC is typically a one-day event, which is held at a minimal cost. This is the chance for every Teke - nd even those yet to be initiated into the Bond - to gather with others, learn and celebrate TKE.
Tau Kappa Epsilon has over 30 Province Educational Conferences scheduled for nearly every weekend between September 13th and November 15th. With an expected attendance of over 1,300 Fraters, PECs are the best resource for learning tips and tricks to start off the school year.
See the September lineup below. See the entire fall lineup here.
||Rochester Institute of Technology
||University of Minnesota
||Kansas State University
||Oklahoma State University
||University of Central Florida
|Michael J. Morin
||University of New Hampshire
||University of Texas - Austin
||Lambda-Iota Chapter House
Frequently Asked Questions:
Who can attend?
Anyone! Candidates who have yet to be initiated, collegiate members and alumni are all encouraged to attend.
Why should I attend?
Whether you're an interested candidate, newly initiated member, nearing graduation or are an esteemed alumnus, PECs are a great opportunity to network, learn and grow from Fraters in your region.
What is the cost?
Prices range from $5 to $50 - although, the majority of events cost $10 or less per person.
Where are these events held?
How do I register?
We are investing to make more PECs happen while continuing to build strong, impactful events for everyone. We hope to see you take advantage of this great opportunity and be in the first "class" to earn their PEC badge on MyTKE.org.
For more information, please contact:
317.872.6533 Ext. 252
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