Chelsea Collins, Zeta Theta, tells the story of how she fell in love with the bagpipes.
Apply now to lobby on behalf of the fraternity/sorority community in Washington, D.C.!
The North-American Interfraternity Conference and National Panhellenic Conference are looking for outstanding campus and chapter leaders to serve as advocates for the fraternity and sorority community by traveling to Washington, D.C to lobby Congress. This is a great opportunity for any students who are interested in combining their fraternity or sorority experience with their passion for politics. Each year, the NIC and NPC send student leaders to our nation’s capital to advocate for legislation that is important to the success of fraternity and sorority organizations across the country. Want to learn more? Click inside!
We’re so excited to welcome you to our five Officer Academy locations, where your officer team can come together to prepare as a team for the upcoming year. Some important details:
Each chapter should plan on sending the following 4 newly elected officers:
Membership Recruitment Director (or Ritual Chair for chapters consistently reaching membership goals)
Want to learn more or determine how to register? Click inside!
“After the screening of Half the Sky, on my campus, Virginia Wesleyan College, I left beaming with pride and challenged to do everything in my power to advocate for Circle of Sisterhood. With the help of my: Panhellenic Council, Sigma Sigma Sigma Zeta Pi sisters, friends, faculty and student athletes; our Boyd Dining Hall filled with 250 members of the Virginia Wesleyan community. That night, I experienced a overwhelming amount of emotions as I watched one of the most inspiring documentaries of my life. My heart developed a special place for the empowerment of women and enabling them the opportunity to gain educational opportunities.”
Want to learn about what happened to Rio after watching “Half the Sky”? Want to see what her community then accomplished? Click inside!!
As we begin CHARACTER COUNTS! Week, we are called to consider the six key pillars of character. As women of character, we will explore one pillar of character per day. What is citizenship? Citizenship is a call to commit to changing the world around you for the better; to participate in the process of government, and to do your share to help your community improve.
Tonight happens to be the third and final Presidential Debate, and we’re so proud that it will occur at Lynn University, the home of Eta Eta chapter! We have six women of character who will attend tonight’s debate. Aren’t you envious? They will see the dialogue of two very intelligent men who have stepped up in service to our Country. Want to read more about how citizenship is a part of being a Woman of Character? Click inside!
“In retrospect, it might have been odd for me, a sister who constantly wears her letters and one of the first to plan Tri Sigma events, to apply and interview to become a Rho Gamma (also known as Recruitment Guide) when it meant spending four months away from everything and all Tri Sigma. But I had a goal: I wanted to help other young ladies find their second family.” Want to read more from Rebecca on her Rho Gamma experience? Click inside!
American women were jailed and ostracized for advocating for the right to vote, and as a women’s organization, we want you to take a closer look at the rights and privileges of citizenship. As we prepare for an election cycle, we want you to engage in watching the various debates to learn more about your role as an engaged citizen. Tri Sigma women vote! Let’s be engaged in the process that is our duty and responsibility.
As we know, part of our mission recognizes and embraces the importance of developing strong womanly character. For the first time as an organization, we will be celebrating National CHARACTER COUNTS! Week, which will occur on October 21-27, 2012. During this time, we will focus on the six pillars of character, as well as our own five core values of wisdom, power, faith, hope, and love. Click inside to sign up for one of our six webinars!! All members are welcome, both collegian and alumna!