2020 AFLV Conference Intern Application
Applications and supporting materials must be submitted by
Wednesday, Oct. 9, 2019, at 11:59 p.m. PDT.
Applicants will be notified about their status starting in mid-November.
If you have any questions about your application please contact Lindsay Stoltz, Student Experience Director,
For which conference are you applying?
AFLV Central (incl. NBGLC) in Indianapolis, IN. Must be present January 28th - February 2nd, 2020 for training and on-site work.
AFLV West (incl. NCGLC) in San Diego, CA. Must be present April 1st - 5th, 2020 for training and on-site work.
Cell Phone Number
Fraternity/Sorority Affilitation (if applicable)
Current Grade Level
Freshman (Year 1)
Sophomore (Year 2)
Junior (Year 3)
Senior (Year 4+)
Men: Regular Fit
Please list any dietary restrictions/allergies:
Please list any special accommodations you may need if selected to serve in this role:
Please upload your resume.
Please upload a high-res headshot.
Please upload a high-res action shot.
We want to see you in action carrying out officer responsibilities, serving the community, etc. Think a natural photo capturing the essence of you.
Graduate School Institution (GRAD APPLICANTS ONLY)
Graduate School Area of Study (GRAD APPLICANTS ONLY)
Graduate School Expected Date of Graduation (GRAD APPLICANTS ONLY)
Undergraduate Institution (ALL APPLICANTS)
Undergraduate Major/Area of Study (ALL APPLICANTS)
Undergraduate Expected or Actual Date of Graduation (ALL APPLICANTS)
Please share your personal career aspirations: (ALL APPLICANTS)
References should be given from a university or fraternity/sorority HQ professional.
Please upload Letter of Recommendation as a PDF
Must be from a university/campus official or HQ professional staff member.
Answers may not exceed more than 150 words per question.
Why are you interested in the conference internship role?
Based on your knowledge of this role, what would you bring to the team?
What aspects of the conference experience are you most interested in?
What are the most important aspects involved in creating a best-in-class experience?
Please describe any previous experience with event or conference planning.
Please describe any personal involvement with AFLV.
FOR GRADUATE INTERNS APPLICANTS ONLY: What experience do you have with addressing violation of policy issues directly with college students?
FOR RETURNING INTERNS ONLY: If given the opportunity to serve again, what would you do differently? Why?