2020 National Hazing Prevention Week

This year’s National Hazing Prevention Week will be September 21-25, 2020. Delta Zeta is partnering with Sigma Sigma Sigma National Sorority to present programming for our members with this year. In an effort to support health and safety for gatherings, we will provide outstanding virtual educational learning opportunities for collegiate chapters and alumnae chapters during the week. The detailed schedule is below with links for members to access the sessions on Delta Zeta’s member page/app.

National Hazing Prevention Week 2020 Schedule

Sunday, September 20 – Overpowerment Vs. Empowerment

In this 30-minute keynote, Will Frankenberger, Delta Zeta’s Chief Safety Officer, will host an educational session on women’s hazing environments. This session will allow chapters to watch together and discuss topics shared as a group. Chapters should plan to play this video during their Sunday or Monday chapter meetings. Access to this session can be found here.

Wednesday, September 23 – Building Better Sisterhood

In partnership with Sigma Sigma Sigma National Sorority, members will join us live on Delta Zeta’s Facebook page at 8:00 p.m. EST for a session, hosted by Tina VanSteenbergen, called Building Better Sisterhood, on the power of belonging within our sisterhood. Tina is authentic, funny and uplifting. You will not want to miss her message! Access to this session can be found here.

Sunday, September 27 – A Safe and Healthy Future Together

Join Lorin Phillips, Assistant Executive Director of Sigma Sigma Sigma National Sorority, and Will Frankenberger, Chief Safety Officer with Delta Zeta Sorority, for a 20-minute discussion on lessons learned during National Hazing Prevention Week 2020. We will discuss questions from the week, explore some of the biggest challenges around hazing and seek solutions for creating the safest and most welcoming environments for all members. For this Zoom session, registration is required. Access to this session can be found here.

If you have any questions regarding programming, please contact Will Frankenberger, Chief Safety Officer, at [email protected]. We look forward to engaging in meaningful discussions during Hazing Prevention Week 2020.  Together, we will continue to combat hazing in the fraternal experience.