We’re putting together a free event here in the 2:10 Consulting office called Sorority Recruitment 101 for high school senior and junior girls and their moms. Whether you already know you want to go through sorority recruitment or you’re not sure, this is for you!

Sororities can be a wonderful part of the college experience, but there is a lot that goes into the recruitment process – and it can be stressful if you don’t know where to begin or what’s going on.

You may be the first member of your family to go through recruitment – or your mother or another family member or friend may have been in a sorority – but much has changed through the years, and the universities have different processes.

As part of my mission of setting you up for success in college and career, I want to de-mystify the recruitment process. My three daughters have happily gone through recruitment + I’ve learned a lot through my years of being active in my sorority alumnae group. I’d love to pass my knowledge and experiences on to you!

Sorority Recruitment 101 is scheduled for Sunday, February 25, 2018, at 3:30 at the 2:10 Consulting office at 91st and Sheridan in South Tulsa. It’s not just for seniors and their moms, but also for high school juniors.

Refreshments will be served, and we’ll talk about all things related to sorority recruitment –

  • Getting ready for recruitment (and what you can be doing now even if you’re a junior)
  • Putting together your resume
  • Obtaining letters of recommendation
  • What goes into a rec packet
  • Registering for recruitment
  • Going through recruitment week… and much more!

Plus, we’ll have a question and answer time, so I can answer any questions you have that haven’t been covered – please come with your questions!

Space is limited, but please invite your friends to this free event – we’ll do our best to accommodate everyone who wants to come.

Reservations are required, so we can make sure we’ll have enough handouts and refreshments – CLICK HERE TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT(S)!

Please spread the word and forward to your friends – we’d love to have you!

Blessings,

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