SON OF THE STARS
Son of the Stars: Member Orientation Program
Membership in Beta Theta Pi is a lifelong commitment in which each member will experience brotherhood, personal growth and a sense of home. In achieving its mission to develop men of principle for a principled Life, Beta believes a critical component begins with a strong, well-rounded pledge education period.
To assist with this goal, Beta Theta Pi undergraduate members, volunteers and staff members have worked to develop Son of the Stars: Beta’s Member Orientation Program. This program incorporates discussions, experiential activities, personal reflection and high quality materials to orient and prepare students for membership in Beta Theta Pi.
As part of enrolling in the Son of the Stars program, the executive board officer overseeing member education is expected to attend training to learn best practices and processes for implementing the Son of the Stars program at their chapter or colony and meet chapters from around North America who will be utilizing the program alongside them.
Son of the Stars Training: Essential Information
Vice President of New Member Education
Vice President of Education
New Member Education Advisor
June 5-7, 2020
This training program is provided to chapters and colonies as part of their commitment to utilize the Son of the Stars Member Orientation Program.
Registration opens March 15 and closes May 1.
For questions about Son of the Stars Program please contact Claire Dixon.
For questions about the Son of the Stars training weekend and travel please contact Cody Golden at the Administrative Office or 800.800.BETA
An important note on the coronavirus (COVID-19) and Son of the Stars training
The health and safety of Beta Theta Pi’s members and guests, as well as those they interact with, is the Fraternity’s top priority. As planning continues for the upcoming Son of the Stars training in Detroit, Michigan, questions have arisen related to the coronavirus’ impact on the event. The Leadership and Education Department has answered (and will continue to update) a number of the most frequently asked questions below.
Additional resources that may prove helpful to attendees: