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If you’re getting ready to enter the work world after college, you may be considering an internship. Here’s advice from someone who’s been there on how to make the most of your internship.
Continue reading Tips from a Sigma on… Internship Excellence »
Sail away with your Sigma sisters from Miami to Nassau, Bahamas this June!
Continue reading A Sigma Getaway – Sail with Tri Sigma »
Herff Jones is considering offering this ring as part of the Tri Sigma jewelry catalog. What do you think? Click the image above to take our poll!
Continue reading Would You Buy This Ring? »
Monster’s Diversity Leadership Program (DLP) is looking for high-achieving college students to participate this summer! Learn leadership and communication skills while interacting with industry-leading employers.
Continue reading Monster’s Diversity Leadership Program »
Registration has been extended until February 10th. Join your Sigma sisters for a day of fun at the Riverbanks Zoo on February 19th!
Continue reading Registration Extended for SC State Day! »
Dee Davidson Dosch, Beta Beta, answers questions about her recently-published memoir that details her travels and adventures through Europe in 1969 with her Tri Sigma big sis.
Continue reading Tri Sigma Memories: A Summer in ’69 »
Want to see your photos on the Tri Sigma website, Flickr feed, Facebook album, Blog, or in the Triangle? Get some insider tips on taking photos that really pop.
Continue reading Worth a Thousand Words »
The Dunham Women of Character Institute and the CAB & Volunteer Summit will be taking place on May 21, 2011 at the O’Hare Marriott in Chicago, IL. More details inside!
Continue reading Save the Date: DWCI and CAB & Volunteer Summit »
Legacy is an interesting thing for women. Typically, our legacies are rooted in relationships. When we can call ourselves a sister, mother, friend, mentor or wife, women embrace the legacy of supporting people we care about. Today is Martin Luther King Day, when we commemorate the legacy of a man who changed the course of the human race forever.
Continue reading Dr. King’s Fraternity Legacy »
Our badges are cherished symbols of our sisterhood. But sometimes, they end up in non-member hands. Su-Lin Banks, our Ritual Coordinator, talks about how to properly return your badge, and I’ll tell you what to do if you see a badge for sale online.
Continue reading Keeping & Returning Your Badge »