Mentoring or advising a collegiate chapter is a great way to give back, imparting the values and lessons you learned through Delta Sigma Pi to others. You can tailor your involvement to fit your schedule. Contact a local collegiate chapter
to find out how your skills and availability may match existing needs.
Options might include:
- Mentor individual students. Find a student studying similar topics to your specialty, or who is interested in your professional field. Or look for a student whose aspirations might match yours. You'll find inspiration in student achievements even as they learn from your accumulated wisdom and experience.
- Share your specialty. Are you an expert in a professional topic or field? Have great insights into getting top internships or how to ace job interviews? Did you implement a change or event in your collegiate chapter that could translate to another chapter? Share your knowledge as an event speaker or offer a group information session.
- Start a service event. Share your passion for service by helping a chapter start or implement a service project in line with your area of interest.
- Support collegiate officers. If you held leadership positions in your collegiate chapter, you might offer to mentor new officers or share insights at an officer meeting. Alumni support can help collegiate chapters be more effective and achieve even greater results.
- Volunteer as a District Director. District Directors provide chapters guidance and encouragement through regular contact with chapter officers and personal visits to the chapter. Being a District Director is a great way to share your fraternal knowledge with younger brothers. Contact local national leaders about opportunities available in your area.
Mentorship is a wonderful way to give back by serving others and supporting Delta Sigma Pi. Find a collegiate chapter near you
and explore the possibilities of mentoring and advising, or contact local national leaders
about volunteer opportunities in your area.