IFC Digest

Events, news, jobs, and offers specifically for Greeks

Coming To A Close

The IFC would like to thank everyone for your participation in Greek Preview and Greek Olympics, we hope everyone had fun at the chariot races and got their fill of Pinky's BBQ! As this quarter winds down, we look forward to ending the year on a good note and wish everyone a safe and enjoyable summer.

IFC Golf Tournament | June 1st

The annual IFC Golf Tournament will be taking place on Sunday, June 1st at Harbor Point Golf Club in Mukilteo. Please have your chapters register their teams THIS WEEK!


Pricing is $35 for students and $70 for alumni, and you will compete on teams of 4.

Register here: https://tournaments.okigolf.com/EventInfo.aspx?E=763998

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Summer Kick-Off BBQ | June 21st

We are having a speaker come out to talk about recruitment and then new members will attend the afternoon to get some lunch and interact with everyone. More details coming soon, talk to your recruitment chairmen for updates.

Fall Events

Be sure to keep in mind these important dates before fall quarter starts.

Out of State Recruitment Week - August 18th - 22nd

New Member Day - September 18th

Hazing Prevention Week - September 15th - 19th

Student Group Volunteers Needed for Commencement

Is your organization looking for a way to earn some extra money…here’s your chance!

The UW Commencement Ceremony is fast approaching and we are looking for energetic volunteers to help during the ceremony on Saturday, June 14th at UW Husky Stadium!

The UW Office of Ceremonies would like to hire groups consisting of 5 or more volunteers. Your organization will be paid based on $10/person, per hour. Shifts will last anywhere between 4 and 8 hours.

A variety of volunteer opportunities are available!

We look forward to hearing from you. Please email me back by May 28th if your group would like to participate.

Thanks,

Jessica Phillips

Office of Ceremonies

jessip4@uw.edu

UW Will Ferrell Challenge


Have you ever wanted to hang out with Will Ferrell?...Well here’s your chance!

Will Ferrell will be hosting “An Evening with Will” at Meany Hall on September 19th. This will be a sit down interview with Will himself where he will discussing his career and how he got to the success he has today. Your Fraternity members not only have the opportunity to attend this event, but to also have a meet and greet with Will before the show!

By being a Fraternity at the University of Washington you have already been pre-qualified to participate. All your Fraternity needs to do is donate their $100 entry donation by June 1st. Once your team has completed this, your house will then have till August 31st to raise funds towards your houses Crowdrise profile. The Fraternity that raises the most amount of funds by this date will win the Grand Prize. The 2nd, 3rd and 4th place teams will have an opportunity to create a Vine video, whichever Fraternities makes Will laugh the hardest, will have their video shown during the Q&A as well as receive tickets to the Q&A event!

Your Fraternity MUST make their $100 donation by 12pm on June 1st

Get Started Now:

Step 1. Go Here: -https://www.crowdrise.com/uwwillferrellchallenge

Step 2. Click the "Set up your Fundraiser" button and select your sorority or fraternity

Step 3. Sign up for a CrowdRise account

Step 4. You’re all set. Now share the Link to your personal fundraiser page with friends and family to ask for donations.

All proceeds made from the fundraiser will directly benefit Will Ferrell’s charity Cancer for College.


Abby Houck

Cancer for College

UW Interfraternity Council

The Interfraternity Council (IFC) is the student-run governing body of 32 of the fraternities at the University of Washington. The IFC is comprised of one representative from each of its member fraternity chapters and eight annually elected IFC Executive Board Officers, representing more than 2100 fraternity men.

Job Opportunities for Greeks

Coca-Cola Brand Ambassador Program

The Coca-Cola Student Ambassador program is recruiting for All-Star undergrad students on your campus to participate in a grassroots, word of mouth marketing campaign for the Coca-Cola Company.

We’re on the lookout for self-starters with an entrepreneurial and creative spirit to drive brand love for globally recognized Coca-Cola brands at your school. As a Coca-Cola student ambassador, you will have the opportunity to be on the ground level of new marketing campaigns and work with a team to spread positive buzz about the Coca-Cola brands through event planning and promotion, social media and word-of-mouth marketing tactics.

For more information about the position and to apply, go to http://repn.at/1fZpSaE Please feel free to share this opportunity with your friends as this is a great leadership opportunity for networking with valuable career-building resources available from The Coca-Cola Company.

If you have any questions about the position please do not hesitate to contact the Coca-Cola team at CokeAmbassadors@mry.com .

Best Regards,

Michael Di Bianco

Campaign Recruitment Coordinator

Michael Di Bianco | Campaign Recruitment Coordinator

MRY Making Brands Remarkable

11 West 19th Street, 3rd Floor, NY, NY 10011

mry.com

Projected Talent: Flexible, paid, short term, career-relevant projects


Projected Talent is an online marketplace that connects undergrad students to business on short, career-relevant, paid projects. We allow students to gain relevant work experience, boost their resume, gain network connections, all while getting paid during flexible work arrangements. Our short projects allow you to work year round on your own time, which helps differentiate you from other candidates when applying for internships or jobs.


The projects require students that are self-disciplined enough to manage their own time, but still deliver results for the employer. The process is relatively straight forward:

1. Sign up and create a resume at www.projectedtalent.com

2. Apply for projects that appeal to you

3. Complete projects by the expected deadline

ASUW Jobs

Recruiters almost unanimously mention outside work experience as a quality that makes college graduates desirable in the current job market. At the Associated Students of the University of Washington, we pride ourselves on providing these opportunities for students. We are currently accepting applications for over 65 paid positions at jobs.asuw.org


The Associated Students of the University of Washington is a non-profit organization that serves as the student government at the University of Washington. The structure of the ASUW is a composition of 25 units, including entities, enterprises, commissions, programs, and committees. Operating with a budget of approximately one million dollars, 72 employees and over 500 volunteers work to serve students and improve student life.


The ASUW truly provides an unparalleled experience for students to serve others. Through an overarching theme of public service, our association provides students with real world experiences ranging from advocacy efforts that helped freeze undergraduate resident tuition to organizing large scale concerts, like Fall Fling. As employees of the ASUW, students learn the necessary skills to function in a collaborative office environment, while still remaining accountable to the students that we serve.


We are currently accepting applications for over 65 positions. Join us in learning what’s next at jobs.asuw.org

Promotions & Offers for Greeks

Greek Opinion on UW Brand

The University of Washington would like you to join other students for a discussion group on campus. We are interested in hearing your views on some new communication ideas we are developing. The discussion group lasts about two hours and you will be compensated for your time.

If you are interested in possibly participating, please email mktg@uw.edu with the best way to contact you. You will be contacted by our research partner who is conducting these sessions on our behalf. They will let you know additional details about the date, time, location, and other information.

We are limiting the size of the groups so not everyone who responds may be able to participate.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Thank you,

Sydney Brown
University Marketing and Communications

That's all for now, stay tuned for the next IFC Digest