What should I put on my sorority resume?
The Ultimate Guide to Sorority Recruitment: How to Write a ResumeMake your name jump from the paper when someone looks at the resume. Include your contact information. Include a picture of yourself. DO include your weighted & unweighted GPA and class rank. Please include your college and intended major. Keep your activities and involvement short and sweet.
What can you contribute to a sorority?
What You Can Bring To A SororityLeadership. Being a strong leader is a critical quality for members of a sorority. Civic engagement. Giving back to others is a fundamental principle of sororities. Scholarship. Sorority members are expected to make academic success a priority. Social skills.
What do you say in a sorority recruitment?
Tell Them About Yourself Be yourself, but share yourself. The sorority members want to get to know you, so be ready to share your qualities, interests, and passions that make you YOU.
What GPA do sororities look at?
Typically, we want girls to have at least a 3.0 GPA. If you have a 3.5+ college GPA you will stand out in a really great way!
How expensive is being in a sorority?
Being in a sorority isn’t cheap. Women pay national and chapter dues, plus new member fees, which all vary by organization. At the University of Central Florida, for example, rent is between $1,500 and $3,300 per semester, depending on the organization. Dues are around $400 for sororities per semester.
How do you quit a sorority?
Fill out the disaffiliation form as best as you can. The form will ask for details concerning your resignation. Be as honest and as detailed as you can. Inform your sorority head of this decision.