In honor of National Volunteer week, we’re celebrating the service of Alumni Members who are making an impact on the Brotherhood. Each day, an Alumni Member will share details about their current involvement with the Fraternity and shed light on how to stay involved after graduation.
To kick off National Volunteer Week, Nicole Nightlinger (Epsilon Omicron ‘13), shares her experiences as the 2014-2015 East Regional Volunteer.
What was the most rewarding part of being the 2014-2015 East Regional Volunteer?
The most rewarding part was seeing all the hard work, numerous emails, phone calls, text messages and conference calls that the Delegates participated in, come to life during the conference weekend.
Tips on staying involved with Phi Sigma Pi after graduation?
Stay in touch with your chapter. Have the Alumni Chair add you to their email list to stay up to date on upcoming events. Joining Alumni Organizations’ Facebook Pages have kept me in the loop of what events are being held and what other Phi Sigma Pi Alumni Members are up to. Lastly, read the emails the National Office sends out because fun information is always shared.
What is your favorite Phi Sigma Pi memory?
My favorite Phi Sigma Pi memories were the times I traveled with Members to ICR events and meeting Members from other Chapters for the 2012 and 2013 Alternative Break Projects.
Why do you love Phi Sigma Pi?
I love Phi Sigma Pi because of the constant support system and the comradery that is always present. You may have never met a Member from another Chapter before but as soon as you meet it’s like you’ve been friends for life. From that day on, you know you can rely on each other even if you are miles or time zones apart.
Thank you to all of our 2014-2015 Regional Volunteers. Learn more about Regional Conferences and apply for the Regional Volunteer program on our website.