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Have you ever heard the term "COB" and wondered what it meant pertaining to sorority recruitment? Wonder no more! We've got the scoop directly from collegiate blogger Caroline Hudson, who served as VP Membership for Delta Gamma at the University of Alabama! Keep reading to learn what COB is, who is eligible to go through COB, and what to expect from this form of sorority recruitment.
Personal branding. It's a buzz word thrown around by top-tier publications and bloggers alike. But what does it mean for you—and more importantly, what does it have to do with your sorority recruitment journey? Actually, a lot! So let's start by breaking down what a personal brand actually is. PERSONAL BRANDING AND SORORITY RECRUITMENT First things first: a personal brand is more than just a logo. Personal branding is the practice of developing and delivering a cohesive representation of yourself in print, online, and in person. Since you're still months away from meeting any sorority chapter members face to face, for the time being we'll keep our focus on those first two aspects—in print and online. Don't you worry, though. We'll have A LOT to say about sorority recruitment conversations, recruitment-appropriate attire,...
We're sure you've already noticed this, but there's A LOT of information floating around on blogs and Pinterest about the sorority recruitment process. And guess what? Not all of it is current, and not all of it is factual. In fact, a lot of it is just plain old opinions.As if the sorority recruitment process wasn't confusing enough already. Right?It's easy to say, "Sorority recruitment shouldn't be this stressful" and "We didn't do things this way when I went through recruitment"—but the reality is that the process has changed, and the recruitment environment is different than it used to be. That's why we work as hard as we do to interview Alumnae Panhellenic representatives and current collegians, stay up-to-date with the latest changes to...
It's officially Greek Forum season! This month, spring recruitment meetings hosted by alumnae Panhellenic organizations will be taking place all across the great state of Texas (and beyond). With this in mind, we recently interviewed Debbi Schneider, who serves as the Recruitment Registration Chair for Mid Cities Panhellenic! Keep reading to learn more about the importance of Greek Forums, the role that Alumnae Panhellenic Organizations play in sorority recruitment, recommended sorority packet etiquette, and Debbi's opinion about electronic recommendations vs. printed sorority packets. If you live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, use this guide to find the Greek Forum nearest you! featured photo: @magdolynleb | University of Louisiana at Lafayette Tri Delta INTERVIEW: DEBBI SCHNEIDER, RECRUITMENT REGISTRATION CHAIR Mid Cities Panhellenic Organization SP: Why should moms and daughters...
Top 4 Things I Wish I Knew: What College Freshmen and High School Seniors Should Be Doing This Month
Written with love by Caroline Hudson | SororityPackets.com collegiate blog contributor It's early in the year with a new month right around the corner, and with that in mind, I have compiled a list of things both college freshmen and seniors in high school should be doing right now. Hopefully this insight will help maximize your experience, whether it be adjusting to spring semester life or finishing the final chapter of your high school "book." These are the top four things I wish I knew at both stages! College Freshmen: Reconnect with your sisters/friends—Reconnecting is essential to having a successful spring semester. You need your sisters now more than ever...it's hard to stay motivated with the winter weather! Plan a fun "date night"...
Hi, I'm Crystal DelaHoz, a senior portrait photographer based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas. I launched SororityPackets.com in the spring of 2016 after consulting with countless senior girls and their mommas about the sorority recruitment process. This blog + our entire brand exists to guide you to and through sorority recruitment...no stress required!