Introducing: HOBY and Phi Sigma Pi

hobylogoAt the 2015 Grand Chapter Meeting, the Vice President of Philanthropy Development provided the Grand Chapter with potential philanthropic partnerships for consideration. The Grand Chapter decided to move forward with exploring a partnership with Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership (HOBY). HOBY’s mission is to inspire and develop our global community of youth and volunteers to a life dedicated to leadership, service and innovation.

We are pleased to announce that HOBY and Phi Sigma Pi are making it official on December 7th, 2015. We wanted you to be the first to know and for you to know what you can start doing today.

3 Things You Can Do Now

  1. Find your HOBY Representative – The best way to start your Chapter’s journey with HOBY is to reach out to your local representative. You can find your closest representative on the map located at
  2. Resources – We already have resources for you regarding different opportunities to support HOBY. Check them out in the Resource Center in the HOBY Folder.
  3. Research – Want to learn even more about HOBY? You can start with their website, We also recommend learning about Community Leadership Workshops or CLeWs (pronounced like Clues). CLeWs are just one of the volunteer opportunities available to our Members.

We’ll be rolling out even more ways for Phi Sigma Pi Chapters to get involved with HOBY in the coming months. We’re so excited to embark on this journey with HOBY and can’t wait to see what we will accomplish together. If you have any questions, please contact our Programming Coordinator Nicole Alabi at


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