There’s a lot going on here at Phi Sigma Pi and also in your own lives, so we’ve put together a quick highlight of the top stories and happenings from the month of Octmber in a monthly newsletter we’re calling “ICYMI” (In Case You Missed It!).These are the stories we think you should check out!
Would you live underwater for 73 days? Well, that is what Phi Sigma Pi Member Jessica Fain (Epsilon Xi Chapter ’11) is doing in Florida right now. Learn how Phi Sigma Pi prepared her for this new journey. And find out more about what she’s doing there!
October was the 5th Annual Teach For America Month. We threw down a challenge to Thank a Teacher that has meant something to you and you accepted! Some teachers were lucky enough to hear their “thanks” and expressed it made their year. Read more about Teach For America Month and the Challenge here.
The Alpha Omega Chapter (University of Pittsburgh) volunteers annually at the DVE Rocks for Children Radiothon for Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh. The Radiothon raised a new record amount for projects and programs that go uncovered by insurance. Read more about the Chapter’s event.
The 2014-2016 National Council held their first meeting at the Lancaster, PA Headquarters. They’re setting their goals for the term and ready to serve you, the Brotherhood. Watch this introductory video, complete with their role on Council, what that means and a fun fact about these eight amazing volunteers. Make sure to share it with your Chapter and Initiates. I want to see!
The Zeta Iota Chapter (St. Joseph’s University) incorporated a great service event into their recruitment process. They made pillow cases for cancer patients in the Philadelphia Region. Want to know more? Check out the blog post.