August 21, 2019

Summer 2019 – Plume

We are pleased to share with you the latest version of the plume. Thank you so much to Grand Council Member-at-Large Matthew Johnson for stepping up and serving as the new Senior Editor of the Plume.

TEP Store

We officially have a TEΦ Store on our website. Go to www.tep.org and click TEΦ Store to go our officially licensed merchandise or go directly to https://findgreek.com/tauepsilonphi.

You will also find all our officially approved vendors at the bottom of that page. New vendors are being added regularly. Feel free to check back often.

ΤΕΦ is hiring

We are pleased to report that Tau Epsilon Phi is currently hiring for two full time positions. The fraternity is looking to hire a Chapter Services Consultant and an Expansion Consultant. Details on both positions can be found below. If you are interested in applying, please send a resume and cover letter to Tim Smith, Executive Director at tsmith@tep.org. The cut off for applications will be July 21, 2019 with the hope of having one or both positions starting in early August.

Chapter Services Consultant Position Description

Expansion Consultant Position Description

Alumni Meet & Greet Reminder

Don’t forget – this weekend (June 21-23) is a Grand Council meeting in Southbridge, Massachusetts at the Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center at 14 Mechanic Street, Southbridge, MA 01550.

Friday evening, June 21 is an alumni reception at the Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center if you would like to join us from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.

New Colonies

I am pleased to report that on Tuesday, April 30, 2019, the Grand Council granted colony status to two of our interest groups. Congratulations to our Brothers from Alpha Sigma at the University at Albany and from Epsilon Deuteron at Florida State University. We look forward to your continued progress in Tau Epsilon Phi.

Grand Council Additions

On behalf of our Consul, Kirill Reznik, I’m pleased to announce the appointment of Brothers Mark Gardner (Phi Chi chapter at CCNY) and Joel Kanter (Epsilon Kappa chapter at Tulane) to the Grand Council. These Brothers fill the two vacancies on the board bringing us to full capacity. We are proud to have them join us in helping to run our great Fraternity and help it grow into the future.

Grand Council Meeting & Alumni Meet-and-Greet

The next meeting of the Grand Council of Tau Epsilon Phi will take place June 21st through June 23rd in Southbridge, MA at the Southbridge Hotel & Conference Center at 14 Mechanic Street, Southbridge, MA 01550.

A Meet-and-Greet reception will be held at the hotel on Friday, June 21st at 6:30pm for any and all alumni that would like to join us.

The Grand Council meeting will be followed by our biennial Undergraduate Leadership Conference from June 23rd through June 26th.

We look forward to seeing everyone there.

Winter 2019 Plume

We are pleased to share with you the latest version of the plume. Thank you so much Dave Cass for your many years of service to bring this important part of TEΦ back.

ΤΕΦ names new Executive Director

Tau Epsilon Phi is happy to announce that after an extensive recruitment and interview process it has hired Tim Smith as our first Executive Director since 2011.

Tim is the current Immediate Past Consul, a position he will be stepping aside from, to take the role of Executive Director. Tim is intimately familiar with our operations, and in many ways, is responsible for much of our recent growth and success.

Tim’s official start day is today, December 21st.

Expansion Update – SUNY Albany

We are excited to announce the recognition of approximately 30 men as an Interest Group of Tau Epsilon Phi at SUNY Albany following preliminary approval by the IFC.

The Alpha Sigma chapter was originally founded in 1986 and initiated 219 men before closing their doors in 1999.

We are anticipating a campus visit as part of fully the IFC recognition process in February, followed by a refounding class new member education program and formal colonization.

Thank you to Jason Berler our Director of Expansion and Chapter Development Jason Berler for your work on this effort, as well as to alumni brothers Cleef Robinson and Aren Paster for stepping up to mentor the new group.

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