2018 FGRC Student Application for Congressional Visits
The Fraternal Government Relations Coalition (FGRC) is looking for outstanding campus and chapter leaders to travel to Washington, D.C. to advocate for legislation that is important to the success of fraternity and sorority organizations across the country. This opportunity provides students with the unique opportunity to experience the nation's capital in a new way through direct interaction in the legislative process.

The FGRC visits will take place in Washington, D.C on April 23-25, 2018. You must be available to travel to DC during those dates in order to apply. All applications are due by 5pm Eastern Time on Friday, December 8, 2017. You will be notified in mid-January regarding acceptance.

If you have questions, please email FGRC@apks.com

Email address *
First Name *
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Last Name *
Your answer
School Name *
Your answer
Fraternity/Sorority Affiliation *
Major *
Your answer
Graduation Year *
Please select your undergraduate graduation year below. You must be a current undergraduate student at the time of the visits in April 2018 in order to participate.
School State *
School Postal / Zip Code *
Your answer
Who is the Member of Congress that represents your school? (Ex. Rep. John Smith (R-TX)) *
To find out your school's Member of Congress, please use this link and type in the school's mailing address and zip code. http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/
Your answer
Political Party Affiliation *
Your political affiliation is not a factor in the selection process. We simply ask to have a better sense of the political backgrounds of the collective student body applying for these visits.
Are you a Registered Voter? *
If yes, what state are you registered in? *
The next three questions allow us to collect information about our legislative priorities related to collegiate housing and college affordability.
Does your fraternity/sorority have a chapter house on your campus? (This does not include residence halls or dorms where your chapter members live.) *
If yes, does your fraternity/sorority own your chapter house?
If not, do other fraternities/sororities have chapter houses on campus?
The following questions focus on your involvement within your fraternity/sorority chapter, on your campus, and within the political system. Please keep answers as brief as possible and follow the examples provided below for each question. Please only include relevant experience from your time in college, not high school.
Fraternity/Sorority Involvement *
Please list any leadership roles you have held in your fraternity/sorority chapter starting with the most recent/current positions. (Chapter, Panhel/IFC, Order of Omega, etc.) Please include the year and a brief description if the position is unique to your campus. Examples include: Chapter President, 2016-2017; Secretary 2015-2016; IFC Vice President, 2014-2015; Cardinal Cabinet Fall 2014 -- Community Service Chair
Your answer
Campus Involvement *
Please list your campus leadership roles starting with the most recent/current positions. Please include the year and a brief description if the position is unique to your campus. Examples include: Student Body President, 2016-2017; Vice President of Relay for Life, 2015-2016; Secretary of Campus Activity Board, 2014-2015; Teaching Assistant for Poli Sci 101 Class, 2015-2016
Your answer
Political Involvement *
Please list your relevant political experiences including but not limited to campaign experience, internships in the local/state/federal government; political organization involvement. Please include the year and a brief description if the position is unique. Examples include: Intern for Senator Sherrod Brown, Summer 2016; Vice President of the College Republicans; Worked on the gubernatorial campaign for Charlie Baker, 2015
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In one paragraph, please tell us why you want to be a student representative for the FGRC Congressional visits in April. *
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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