The International Headquarters will be closed Monday, September 1 in observance of Labor Day. The office will open Tuesday, September 2 for regular hours at 8:30 a.m.(Eastern)
Should you have an emergency, please call 317-573-5420 and leave a message for extension 306 to have it forwarded to staff.
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 email@example.com and Director of Fraternity Operations Matt Valleau at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Starting a Colony
If there is no existing chapter or colony at your school, you have the exciting opportunity to become a Founding Father for Phi Sigma Kappa! This is truly and honor, and a title only a few will ever hold. Read below, and see what is involved with starting a colony.
Typically, expansions fall into three categories: interest group, local fraternity affiliation and a national expansion. Their definitions are as follows:
Interest Group: An interest group is comprised of a number of men who are interested in bringing Phi Sigma Kappa to campus. An interest group can be as small as 10-15 men, or as large as 40-50.
Local Fraternity Affiliation: This type of expansion comes about when a local campus fraternity contacts Phi Sigma Kappa seeking to merge with our organization.
National Expansion: This type of expansion involves staff members building a colony from the ground up, from recruiting founding fathers and supporting alumni to appointing and training new colony officers. This type comprises the majority of Phi Sigma Kappa's expansions and can be the result of interest from local alumni and/or the institution.
When choosing where to expand, Phi Sigma Kappa considers a number of factors, including, but certainly not limited to:
For more information on Phi Sigma Kappa's expansion program, please email@example.com.