National Association of Latino Fraternal Organizations (NALFO)

 

2021 Conference Programs - Coming Soon

February 26 - February 28, 2021

In November, NGLA will announce educational sessions designed to meet the unique needs of NALFO members for the 2021 NGLA Virtual Conference from February 25 – 28, 2021.

Start getting ready - register today!

 

2020 NGLA Annual Conference Programs

Learn more about programming for Culturally Based Organizations.

Advising NALFO Groups: Perspective From an Academic Advisor

NALFO’s VP of Member Services Sara Blanco, M. Ed, has served as an admissions processor, on-campus advisor, alumni advisor, and academic advisor in various universities in Texas. Learn about the history and basis of NALFO and her experience working with Latino Greek Letter Organizations; From advising a Latino Fraternity at a women’s college to working with chapters almost 2,000 miles away, hear about her experience and tips for up-coming NALFO advisors.

What Makes a House a Home?: Establishing a Sense of Belonging

NALFO’s VP of Member Services Sara Blanco, M. Ed, has served as an admissions processor, on-campus advisor, alumni advisor, and academic advisor in various universities in Texas. Learn about the history and basis of NALFO and her experience working with Latino Greek Letter Organizations; From advising a Latino Fraternity at a women’s college to working with chapters almost 2,000 miles away, hear about her experience and tips for up-coming NALFO advisors.

Unidos Con Propósito: Cultural Competence and Collaboration with NALFO Orgs

NALFO exists to unite and empower its member organizations through advocacy, and organizational development while fostering positive fraternal relationships and collaborating on issues impacting the Latino Greek community. Since 1998, NALFO has overseen and united some of the most prominent Latino/Latinx Fraternities and Sororities in the United States. Learn about some of the annual programs NALFO hosts while establishing cultural competence and positive collaboration practices.