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Going through sorority recruitment for a second time? Here's what you need to know!

Sophomores + upperclassmen who are getting ready to go through sorority recruitment for the second time, buckle up...we have the best, most encouraging blog post for you today!There's something we have to say before we begin, though. Whether you did not receive a bid at the end of your first recruitment experience or you chose to remove yourself from the process before bids were extended, you are NOT the only woman in this situation. Sorority recruitment is more competitive than ever before simply due to the fact that college enrollment and interest in joining a sorority has increased over the years. Questions about going through recruitment for a second time, rushing as a sophomore, and creating a social resume as an upperclassman are among the most...

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Sorority Recruitment Mythbusters: Sponsorship Forms, Personal Connections, and Cut Criteria!

In the last Mythbusters post, we tackled the facts and the fiction of printed sorority packets. Is it worth your time to send out a printed packet rather than digital? Who will read them when it’s all said and done? As summer deadlines approach, let’s move on to the topic of sponsorship forms and what kind of personal connections and criteria you will or won’t need to get into a sorority. What’s a myth and what’s not? Let’s find out! Sorority recruitment at the University of Alabama | Alabama Delta Gamma STATEMENT 1: The same person can’t write you a RIF (Recruitment Information Form) and a LOS (Letter of Support). This statement is FALSE. Don’t limit your chances by asking...

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Rec Letters 101: How to Gather Letters of Recommendation for Sorority Recruitment

Y'all, we are SO excited to introduce you to a brand new resource today. We've shared information about how to gather letters of recommendation for sorority recruitment before, but never quite like this... Say hello to our 100% FREE pre-recruitment workbook: Rec Letters 101!  The heart behind everything we do at SororityPackets.com is to help simplify and de-mystify the sorority recruitment process as much as we possibly can. We have blogged about the difference between Letters of Support and Recruitment Information Forms before, but because we know how much organization the rec letter gathering process requires, we decided to take our information-sharing a step further by putting together a complete workbook for you guys!  Inside this FREE 14-page workbook you will...

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Choosing Colors for Your Sorority Recruitment Packets

When submitting your sorority packet to alumnae to gather recommendations for sorority recruitment, it’s important to ensure that your social resume and cover letter accurately represent who you are and what you’re all about. As we’ve mentioned before, personal branding is the practice of developing and delivering a cohesive representation of yourself in print, online, and in person. The point? To stand out and remain memorable in situations ranging from job interviews to sorority recruitment! Each of our sorority packet designs can be customized with your preferred design and personal details, and we also offer HUNDREDS of color combinations so that your packet is sure to stand out from the rest. Feeling overwhelmed by all the options on our color...

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Personal Branding (and what it has to do with 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,...

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Meet Crystal

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!



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