Events and Programs
2022 Events and Programs
Presidents Retreat, ELC, Altitude, Encounter, Men of Destiny, Congress
- Location: The Loews O’hare Hotel Chicago, IL
- Event dates: January 6th- 8th
Register through your MYATO Portal by Dec 1st.
- Location: The Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes Orlando, FL
- Event dates: July 28th- July 31st
Undergraduates Register through your MYATO Portal.
Alumni Register Here: https://ato.org/2022-congress/
- Location: San Isabel National Forest – Buena Vista, CO
- Session: Summer 2022
Altitude is a rigorous leadership program designed to challenge ATO brothers physically, mentally, and emotionally. The six-day adventure is spent backpacking the wilderness of the Rocky Mountains with the goal of peaking a 14,000 foot summit.
- Session 1: Summer 2022
- Session 2: Summer 2022
Is the trek you want to attend sold out? Send an email to email@example.com to claim a spot on the wait list. Don’t waste any time! Be one of the first on the list of people to move up if someone cannot make the trip! (no deposit necessary)
The Rocky Mountains/San Isabel National Forest in Buena Vista, Colorado.
Participants will arrive in Denver by air on the first day of the trip. Airfare and all logistics will be provided by the National Fraternity. The trip leader will be in contact with you once you have paid your registration fee to select an airport and time.
Participation in Altitude 2022 costs $500 — This includes, equipment needed for hiking, white water rafting and rock climbing, all food (except while traveling), and lodging while on site at Noah’s. Financial assistance can be obtained to offset the cost through an educational fund scholarship from the Alpha Tau Omega Foundation. In addition, participants in the past have found local fundraising efforts and alumni support are successful in covering costs associated with Altitude.
Each trip has limited availability and registration will be closed once the trips are full so reserve your spot today! To reserve your spot for Altitude, all that is required is a non-refundable deposit of $100 or the full payment of $500. If you have additional questions, contact Jaden Brown at 317-459-6960 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Encounter is a three-day retreat designed to allow brothers to explore or deepen their spiritual identity. Through the retreat, brothers will encounter God’s grace through the story of the Prodigal son and focus on Glazebrook’s belief that unconditional love as exemplified by Jesus is a powerful and regenerating dynamic. Participation in ATO’s Encounter is open to all chapter undergraduates and associate members of Alpha Tau Omega. Participants must be in good academic, financial, and fraternity standing.
- Session 1: July 14th – July 17th
- Session 2: August 4th – August 7st
Is the session you want to attend sold out? Send an email to Levi Shearon email@example.com to claim a spot on the wait list. Don’t waste any time! Be one of the first on the list of people to move up if someone cannot make the trip!
Location: Hot Sulphur Springs, CO
Participants will arrive in Denver by air on the first day of the trip. Airfare and all logistics will be provided by the National Fraternity. The session leader will be in contact with you once you have paid your registration fee to select an airport and time.
Participation in Encounter 2022 costs $300 — This includes, airfare. Financial assistance can be obtained to offset the cost through an educational fund scholarship from the Alpha Tau Omega Foundation. In addition, participants in the past have found local fundraising efforts and alumni support are successful in covering costs associated with Encounter.
Each trip has limited availability and registration will be closed once the trips are full so reserve your spot today! To reserve your spot for Encounter, contact your Leadership Consultant for more information. He will direct you to the right resources when they are made available. If you have additional questions, contact Levi Shearon at 317-820-7707 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Men of Destiny
The one-and-a-half day program focuses on helping men identify the strengths that personally motivate and how those strengths overlap with their desire to engage and support others in their family, community, or world. Someone’s destiny evolves and comes into sharper focus throughout life. But identifying the building blocks of destiny early in life as well as providing the opportunity to start exploring the benefits and impact is unique for someone in college. Participant evaluations have been extraordinarily strong. Men of Destiny is becoming another value-added benefit of being an ATO.
- Fall 2021
The Alpha Tau Omega Presidents Retreat is held every January and provides incoming chapter officers the opportunity to learn what it takes to be an effective chapter leader. The retreat provides complete nuts and bolts content coverage and the ability to collaborate with other chapter presidents. The Conference has proven itself so critically important to a chapter’s health that every President, Vice president, and membership educator is required to attend. Currently, the National fraternity pays the cost for all undergraduates required to attend. Our goal is to help pay for travel costs of chapter officers attending, as well as provide ATO Foundation grants to pay for those portions of the conference that are specifically leadership, citizenship, and spiritual in nature.
Emerging Leaders Conference
Formerly known as Regional Leadership Conferences (RLC), Emerging Leaders Conferences target the emerging leaders in ATO undergraduate chapters. This means that, while older and more experienced actives are welcome to attend, the new focus of the ELCs are to help train the emerging young leaders of your chapter. Emerging Leaders Conferences are geared more for freshman and sophomore members of your chapter to help them get prepared for leadership roles with your chapter. Together with National Officers and alumni volunteers the ATO National Staff hosts these day-long, audio-video interactive experiences in regions across the country. The true value of ELC is it gives undergraduates a chance to learn from each other. With plenty of discussion time, ELC is less lecture and more collaboration. ELCs are held each year in the months of January and February.