Displaying 1 - 10 of 34 entries.
Last year, I checked into our twitter account during the 2012 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. So much of our connection to you happens in short bursts on Twitter, and I noticed something that made me sad.
I saw tweets like this.
“Okay, so no eating.”
“Workouts start tomorrow.”
Continue reading The “Secret” to Personal Self Worth: Fashion, Fantasy, and You »
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!
Continue reading Lead With Our Values: 2013 Officer Academy Registration Open! »
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!
Continue reading Citizenship: A Pillar of Character, a Call for Action »
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!
Continue reading Join the Conversation on Character! CHARACTER COUNTS! Webinars »
We’re hitting the road, and we want to see you! Feel disconnected from Tri Sigma? Well then, come on home!!! We’re proud to announce the Tri Sigma Alumnae Roadshow, coming soon to a city near you!
Learn more about simple and easy ways to reconnect, get information about new programs, and share your Tri Sigma Story as we take the Tri Sigma Experience on the road for the Alumnae Roadshow: Come Home to Tri Sigma. Click in for more information!
Continue reading Come Home to Tri Sigma!: Announcing the Alumnae Roadshow »
“As your National President, I am often called upon to offer my thoughts related to certain issues or programs we are involved with. Typically, I sit down at the computer and write, and it is a fairly straightforward process. But, for some reason, I have struggled getting my thoughts on paper to all of you. Hazing is a challenging and disturbing topic. I know at this point, some of you are reading this and thinking “Here go “nationals” again…..and our National President is preaching to us, once again, on hazing.”
But here’s the deal……we have a problem and we need to fix it. NOW!” For more thoughts from Kaye on how we can eliminate hazing, click inside:
Continue reading Power With, Not Power Over: A Comment from Kaye »
You have an opportunity to serve Tri Sigma that should not pass you by! Our largest leadership program, the Tri Sigma Officer Academy, requires significant intern and coaching support. Want to apply? Click inside.
Continue reading Tri Sigma Welcomes Applications for OA Interns & Coaches »
For the next 40 days, Tri Sigma will be engaging in a conversation with you and with our inter-fraternal peers and partners. The conversation has not started today, in fact, this conversation has challenged members of the fraternity and sorority community for decades. Let’s take personal responsibility to dispel the myth that hazing is acceptable in any values based or team based environment. It is easy to support solutions to end hazing. For 40 days leading up to National Hazing Prevention Week (September 24 – 28, 2012), one commonly heard excuse for hazing will be posted via the Twitter accounts for HazingPrevention.Org (@preventhazing) and Tri Sigma. Click in to learn how to participate.
Continue reading Tri Sigma and #40Answers – A Campaign to Prevent Hazing »
“I felt like I was at a bit of an advantage going into Labyrinth since I had started out on the programming team committee that was working on it. I knew it was going to be amazing, but I never expected it to impact me the way it did. As I started volunteering as an alumna, I came to understand our ritual intellectually. I understood what our values are and what they mean. Really, how hard is it to understand wisdom, power, faith, hope and love?” Find Emmy’s answer to that question by clicking inside!
Continue reading “I knew it was going to be amazing…” – The Labyrinth Experience »
When sisters gather in support of a Tri Sigma, it is always a powerful experience. Rose Trahan Cipriano, a Tri Sigma alumna and her family were victims of a violent attack. On Friday, June 8th, Tri Sigma women from a number of cities joined more than 2,000 other community members to participate in the Cipriano 5K in Farmington/Farmington Hills, Michigan.
“We felt the bonds of sisterhood so strongly. Wisdom, faith, hope power and love, the values of Tri-Sigma, were so evident. Alpha Phi sisters of Rose reunited from many states. Many had not been in contact for over 30 years. Over 2100 people walked in the event that was planned for 500, and the community support for the family was amazing. Sisters shared an evening of reminiscing and writing notes of support to Rose and her family,” Arlene Reid Ball said after the event.
Click in to read more of this inspiring story.
Continue reading “We felt the bonds of sisterhood…” – The Support of Tri Sigma »