Participant Checklist

Before the Event

  • Update your LinkedIn profile and connect to Delta Zeta National Sorority.
  • Review the table leader and speaker pages on deltazeta.org, and send messages via LinkedIn to those individuals whom you would like to meet.
  • Prepare your 2-3 minute “elevator speech” about yourself: who you are, what you do, your goals for the event.
  • Prepare a Contact Card on your phone that you can send electronically instead of exchanging business cards.
  • Update your resume and bring 5-10 copies to share if you are currently looking for employment.
  • Prepare questions on the topics you chose for your roundtable sessions.

Day of the Event

  • Don’t forget your government ID to get through security.
  • Arrive early. Doors will close at 10:15 a.m. so that programming can start promptly at 10:30 a.m. Please plan to arrive at 9:00 a.m. to allow time for morning networking.
  • Dress professionally. We are asking all to wear business attire. Don’t forget your badge!
  • Please bring something to take notes. You won’t want to forget important information!
  • Bring business cards or have your Contact Card on your phone ready to exchange with others.
  • Keep a written record of the actions you will take following the conference.
  • Use social media to promote tips learned by using #trulyconnected and tag Delta Zeta.

After the Event

  • Follow up! Refer to your notes and follow up on any action items or goals you made for yourself.
  • Connect on LinkedIn or follow up with individuals who you met at the event.
  • Post your photos from the event, and tag Delta Zeta so we can promote.
Founders Day Challenge 2020

Celebrate Founders Day with Delta Zeta by joining us at the Founders Day Challenge! Together, we can ensure the light of the flame continues to burn brightly for future sisters by providing scholarships, leadership programming and many other initiatives so all Delta Zetas can excel in the classroom and in their communities.