The International Headquarters would like to announce an opening for a Regional Leadership Coordinator position on Fraternity staff. We are now accepting applications!
Qualified individuals will have a bachelor's degree, strong computer skills, excellent written and oral communication skills, experience with leadership and a strong recruitment background with proven results. Candidates must be willing to relocate to the Indianapolis area.
For a full description of the job duties and expectations, please call International Headquarters Monday through Friday at 317.573.5420. or click HERE
Interested candidates are encourages to submit a cover letter, resume, three references and a written statement as to why you feel you would succeed at this position, to Executive Vice President Michael Carey at firstname.lastname@example.org and Director of Fraternity Operations Matt Valleau at email@example.com
The International Headquarters will be closed Monday, May 26th in observance of Memorial Day. The Office will re-open and resume normal hours Tuesday, May 7th.
All upperclassmen are reminded that the Grand Chapter has a program that recognizes its most successful students. Implemented by former Grand President Jay Stanley, the Academic Key Society is open to those students who have achieved a cumulative 3.5 GPA after completion of 105 semester credit hours or 157.5 quarter credit hours.
The application can be found in the scholarship section of the Grand Chapter’s website. It must be completed by the applicant and signed by the chapter president and a school official. When submitting the application to the International Headquarters, it must be accompanied by an official transcript.
Those students who have completed 105 semester hours, with 60 upper division credit hours or 157.5 quarter credit hours with 90 upper division hours with at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA will receive a certificate and Academic Key pin.
The application for recognition can be found HERE
Special Olympics is very dear to Phi Sigma Kappa's heart. If you ask a Phi Sig how they feel about the organization, chances are very high that you will hear a personal story about how his involvement with PSK has raised his awareness and involvement with Special Olympics.
Special Olympics International was chosen by delegates to the 55th General Convention as the international service project of Phi Sigma Kappa.
Special Olympics is an international program of year-round sports training and athletic competition for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Its goal is for all to have the chance to become useful and productive citizens who are accepted and respected in their communities. The benefits of participation in Special Olympics for individuals with intellectual disabilities include improved physical fitness and motor skills, greater self-confidence, a more positive self-image, friendships and increased family support.