Northeastern LEAD Provincial Conference (Baltimore) 2020

  • Dates: Feb 07 2020 - Feb 09 2020
  • Location: Baltimore, MD
Rich with U.S. History, Baltimore is the birthplace of the American National Anthem, home of the USS Constellation and has more statues and monuments per capita than any other U.S. city - join us in Baltimore for the 2020 Northeastern LEAD Provincial Conference.
 

Conference Details:
-- Friday, February 7, 2020 to Sunday, February 9, 2020
-- Onsite check-in opens Friday, February 7, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. 

Find out what you can expect at the Northeastern LEAD Provincial Conference by reviewing our draft agenda, which includes session titles and information.

See Provincial Resources or details about the Provincial Council meeting. 

Alumni members aspiring to get more involved in Delta Sigma Pi, as well as current District Directors, Chapter Advisors and alumni leaders may also be interested in attending a FREE one-day Fraternity Volunteer Training Workshop on Sunday, February 9. Register and learn more!

Price:
-- $95* if received by 12/10/19 (Registration must be received by 11:59 p.m. EST)
-- $115 if received by 12/31/19
-- $140 if received on or after 1/1/20

*Register before the early rate deadline for a chance to win a free (non-transferrable) fall 2020 LEAD School Registration.

See registration policies for complete details, including cancellation and transfer instructions. Please note that this event is subject to being sold out if maximum capacity is reached. 

Hotel Information:
BWI Airport Marriott
1743 West Nursery Road
Linthicum, MD 21090

Delta Sigma Pi’s discounted rate is $95/night + tax for one to four people, which includes complimentary internet.  Call 410-859-8300 for reservations (be sure to mention Delta Sigma Pi) or make your reservations online. This rate is available until January 13, 2020. 

Community Service Opportunities:
Support Ronald McDonald House Charities and bring your pop tabs! We will partake in Pop Tab Wars (normal rules apply to the chapter who collects the most pop tabs announced as the winner). Drop them off at the Community Service table between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. Tabs will be dropped off at the Maryland Ronald McDonald House. 

We will also be participating in a clothing drive for the Maryland New Directions non-profit organization, which offers no-cost employment coaching and specialized career training programs for Baltimore residents, ages 18-60. Items needed for the drive include: two-piece business suits, professional dress shirts, ties, belts, professional dresses, handbags, slacks, khakis and blazers. 
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