This past weekend I was happy to have my Fraternity’s Assistant Executive Director, Educational Foundation Development Officer, and Director of Volunteer Support and Alumni Services come to my region of the nation and help educate both alumni and undergraduates alike on the great things going on in Sigma Pi. I was thoroughly impressed with the depth of knowledge and breadth of abilities that these men brought to New Jersey and I hope to have each of them back to the state in the near future!
The young men at our Theta-Delta Chapter (based out of The College of New Jersey) hosted our events on Saturday and they did a magnificent job. After a full day of workshops, they allowed us to go to their home and have a BBQ where more than 100 of the guys were able to enjoy some food and drink before going home. Very hospitable of the guys to offer up their home and property!
On Sunday, my guests and I traveled to our colony at Montclair State University and our chapters at Fairleigh-Dickinson University-Teaneck, William Paterson University, the New Jersey Institute of Technology, and Seton Hall University. Visiting so many of the guys in a single day was both thrilling and exhausting, though I am glad that we were able to make the visits.
We have a good system for Sigma Pi Fraternity up here in New Jersey. For more on what we do in New Jersey with the Fraternity, feel free to visit our regional website!