letter from our mem-ed
Dear Potential New Members,
The Sigma Chapter welcomes you to Georgia Tech and our Panhellenic Community! I know how daunting everything may seem right now, but these next few years will be the most exciting and nurturing adventure yet. In all honesty, Tech is not an easy place, but what makes it so amazing is the people who are willing to work hard and fight for what they believe in. It’s the community you build that will make or break your college experience. For me, finding those people began with Alpha Omega Epsilon and I am forever grateful for the sisters and life long friends I have gained.
As a social and professional sorority, AΩE provides a unique experience you can’t find anywhere else on campus. From seminars on how to build the best resume, having personal conversations with large tech companies, and empowering women in STEM and beyond, to enjoying the best semi-formals at the cutest coffee shops, and exploring the city hand-in-hand, AΩE gives you sisters who not only help you be the best version of yourself, but also support you at your most vulnerable times. Being one of the smaller sororities, you are able to truly build a family and have authentic connections that will last beyond just a Bid Day celebration and into the rest of your life. I hope your experience, no matter where you end up will echo mine.
We recognize our privilege and understand the platform we hold to fight for the injustices in the world. What we value above all else, is diversity and creating spaces to actively listen and facilitate change. Thus, we are always looking for sisters to challenge and push the Greek community to evolve beyond aesthetics. If you have any concerns about recruitment, or just need a friendly ear to talk to, please do not hesitate to reach out to me or any one of us here at AΩE.
We truly cannot wait to meet you.
Membership Educator 2020
“Friendship. Leadership. Professionalism.”