Beta Theta Pi was the first fraternity to divide management of the organization into districts. Assistant general secretaries, commonly known as district chiefs, are local volunteers who work with their assigned chapters and report directly to the general secretary.
The primary duties of a district chief include appointing and coaching chapter advisors, implementing General Fraternity standards and policies and serving as the primary General Fraternity ambassador in an assigned district.
Many districts also include assistant district chiefs who work specifically with one or two chapters and assist the district chief in his duties.
District Chief and Assistant District Chief Resources:
To appoint chapter advisors, visit the Online Reporting System at: http://my.betathetapi.org.
Chapter Advisor Resources:
Follow this link (click here) to find resources specific to local chapter advisors. All district chiefs should be familiar with this information since he is responsible for recruiting, managing and developing the local advisory team.
Dr. Hugh E. Stephenson, Jr. Leadership Summit:
Leadership Summit is Beta Theta Pi's premier General Fraternity Officer training program. (Click here) to link to this page.
Below you will find resources from the 2007 event (adapted for 2010):
Below you will find resources from the 2008 event (adapted for 2010):
Below you will find resources from the 2009 event (adapted for 2010):