Investing in Servant Leaders
"It is the mission of the Phi Kappa Theta National Foundation to enhance the quality of the educational, spiritual and fraternal programs of the National Fraternity and its local chapters, by providing funding for those programs, and offering guidance as to their implementation."
Boysie Bollinger Leadership Academy
These annual conferences take place throughout the country and are the premier annual educational opportunities for our collegiate Brothers. Attendees benefit from alumni and staff facilitated workshops focusing on each of our five developmental areas: leadership, intellectual, fraternal, social and spiritual. There is also a special track designed for chapter presidents, with a heavy focus on self-awareness, leadership, and communication.
The National Leadership Institute, 'Impact 18', is dedicated to the development and education of our members. While this event is rich in traditions such as the Ritual Exemplification and the Recognition Banquet, it also provides creative, hands on learning, preparing our Brothers for life after college. The program is held in alternate years and boasts programming in all five developmental areas focusing on personal development and life skills.
Implementing quality leadership development requires talented staff. Foundation funding supports the Fraternity’s education director, who works with chapters and their leaders to ensure tailored programs are available in the five areas of development.
In Their Own Words
"I now have a vision to guide me in life; to share my experiences in hopes to inspire passion through leadership.”
San Diego State University, '12
Former IFC President
Former Chapter President
"Brothers come back to our to our chapter from these leadership programs with such vigor and a passion for Phi Kappa Theta and the ideals. This has really made a difference in our chapter.”
University of Nebraska, '13
History of the Foundation
Phi Kappa Theta's Foundation was established in 1954 through the generosity of Brother Paul Galvin (University of Illinois ’14), President and Founder of the Motorola Corporation. The Phi Kappa Theta Foundation was established for the purposes of supporting the academic and educational development of our brothers, chapters and colonies.
The Foundation is a 501(c)3 educational and charitable organization meeting all IRS requirements. All donations made to the Foundation are tax deductible.