It depends on the school and chapter. Some are more active than others. There are four "hallmarks," which they focus on, Service, Scholarship, Leadership and Fellowship. So we would usually plan activities surrounding these topics. We participated in Relay for Life, did fundraisers around the school, and had many functions for PTK and non-PTK members to attend. Sometimes it was just fun stuff, like going to a haunted house, and sometimes it was scholarly, like showing the movie "An Inconvenient Truth," with a discussion afterward. The conferences usually consisted of seminars and leadership topics. You could really be as involved as you wanted, doing a little, a lot or nothing at all. But I really enjoyed it, a lot more than I thought I would. It was hard to do nursing school, work and serve as president, though, so I had to give it up.