Elevate 2023 FAQ

When is registration?

Registration is open from November 15, 2022 to February 15, 2023. There is no registration fee to attend Elevate 2023. Any attendee who registers by December 15 will receive a SWAG bag!

What is the attendance and registration policy?

Each chapter must send at least 10 members to Elevate 2023. If a chapter does not have at least 10 members register for Elevate, the chapter will be invoiced $20/member per spot not filled. If a member registers for the conference and does not attend, the chapter will be invoiced $40/no-show member. Each member will acknowledge the Elevate 2023 registration policy which includes possible fees to be invoiced to their chapter when submitting their registration form.

Who should attend Elevate?

This program is open to all undergraduate chapter members interested in attending leadership programming! Each chapter is expected to send 10 members, who may be any mixture of chapter leaders, emerging/aspiring leaders, and members involved in Panhellenic and/or campus organizations. The curriculum throughout the day is intended to inspire collegians to help them build transferable leadership skills that they can apply within SDT and beyond.

Why should I attend Elevate

  • To network and meet like-minded sisters from various SDT chapters across the country
  • To gain leadership skills that can help you be the best leader on your campus and in your chapter
  • To develop professional networking skills to help build relationships while looking for a job
  • To identify skills that are necessary to cultivate strong interpersonal relationships
  • To explore how leadership impacts our world today
  • To create a personalized leadership development plan to apply the knowledge and skills learned while attending the program

What is the schedule?

This one-day virtual program will include a keynote speaker, educational sessions and time for action-planning. The educational sessions will include dynamic presenters with purposeful topics specific to students’ personal and leadership development, including but not limited to the concepts of relationship building and collaboration, inclusive leadership, goal-setting, leadership skills development, resilience and wellness. Attendees will have the opportunity to choose which educational session breakouts to attend based on their interests.

9:45 a.m. ETOpening Session
10:00 a.m. ETKeynote Speaker – Lindsay Boccardo
11:10 a.m. ETEducational Session 1
11:55 p.m. ETLunch
12:20 p.m. ETEducational Session 2
1:15 p.m. ETEducational Session 3
2:10 p.m. ETLeadership Action Planning
3:15 p.m. ETClosing Session

How will attendees access sessions throughout the day?

We will be utilizing two primary pieces of technology to facilitate virtual engagement – a virtual platform Socio, as the central location to find information about the event and Zoom for some video components. As a registered attendee, you will receive an invitation to access Socio Elevate. It is important that you register for the platform as this is how you will be able to view the event schedule, access Zoom links to sessions, and network with other attendees.

Should I expect to be on camera during sessions?

Yes! We want you to get to know and make connections with your fellow sisters across the country.

What should I wear for Elevate?

Show off your school pride! We encourage all attendees to wear a shirt from their college or university. There may be a prize for the most school spirit…

Are sessions going to be live or pre-recorded so I can watch them later?

All sessions will be live and all registered attendees should plan to be in attendance and on time.