Gamma Iota Takes on PBLI

What was your favorite part about PBLI?

"Networking with brothers from other schools." 
- Lindsay Moyer

"My favorite part of PBLI was listening to the two keynote speakers. They were both intriguing and gave great insight on leadership, growth, and entrepreneurship."
- Ali Watch
 
"Ever since I was an intern I heard how amazing PBLI was and knew I had to go. PBLI was a great experience because I had the chance to practice networking and getting to know what other chapters are doing." 
- Mikaela Minor

What stood out the most about PBLI?

 

"Watching our own brother's confidence in sharing what our chapter strives in with other chapters."
- Lindsay Moyer
"'AKPsi is a safe place to fail.' One of the keynote speakers stated this during their session, and I could not agree more. Students across the nation rush AKPsi to find a family on campus to develop their professional development. Brothers would not be who they are today unless they failed at some point in their life. AKPsi allows you to fail, without fear of being rejected- rather your family helps you turn your failure into a learning lesson.
- Ali Watch
 
"I was SHOOK when I saw 30 brothers came from all the way from Missouri. Their commitment stood out to me."
-Mikaela Minor

How would you describe PBLI to someone who is planning to attend in the future?

 

"It is a weekend to grow as an individual brother and as a brotherhood"
- Lindsay Moyer
"PBLI is a student-focused conference. It will allow you to self-reflect on your own leadership and professional development while networking with other chapters and full-time AKPsi employees to further develop your chapter"
- Ali Watch
"PBLI is a two-day convention where various AKPSi members meet and exchange knowledge and skills. It is a great way to network and figure out ways to make your current chapter better. For example, Indiana University has a strong corporate sponsorship connection. They have an updated booklet they send to corporations with set plans and instructions on how corporations can collaborate with their Greek organization" 
- Mikaela Minor