Are you considering going through Sorority Recruitment?

Sororities can truly 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 sorority 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 want to pass our knowledge and experience on to you!


For a limited time, enter the coupon code 2024 when asked to pay, and you’ll receive a 45% discount.


I put together the class to help those who just want to learn more about sororities, but may not be sure whether they want to go through recruitment, and for those who know they definitely want to go through recruitment, but want to make sure they’re prepared and learn more about the current recruitment process. I only charge a nominal fee for this class to make it as accessible as possible for everyone to have.


The class covers all things related to sorority recruitment –

  • What you may have heard about sororities – what’s true, what’s not
  • Getting ready for recruitment and what you should be doing now
  • What’s most important to do
  • Putting together your resume – what to include and tips to make it stand out
  • Obtaining letters of recommendation and who is best to write them
  • What goes into a rec packet and how to put them together
  • Sources for great resumes and rec packets at all price points
  • What’s important and what’s optional
  • Registering for recruitment and how to fill out the registration form
  • Creating a PNM video, if your university requires you to submit one
  • What to wear during recruitment, including examples and ways to make the clothes part much less stressful
  • What’s most important to know to stay organized and confident
  • How to go through recruitment week to minimize stress and maximize fun
  • What to do if things don’t go as hoped
  • Terminology and things to know and understand, so you don’t feel lost
  • Having the best experience possible… and much more!

Plus, it includes a question and answer time with moms and students just like you where I answered all their questions.

Your purchase includes the class video plus a detailed handout recapping the video and a sample sorority resume, sample cover letter, and sample page of additional information to give to the women writing your letters of recommendation.

PLUS you’ll have the option of adding on a 30-minute individual private consultation at a special reduced rate.



For a limited time, enter the coupon code 2024 and you’ll receive a 45% discount.


Here are just a few comments from past students and their moms about the class:

  • “The class cleared up a lot of questions I had and made the process not so intimidating.”
  • “I would recommend the class to all girls going through rush because it really informed me about the process.”
  • “I loved the photo examples of recommendation packets and clothes, and the example pictures of girls during rush week was very beneficial and helpful.”
  • “This was great insight on the agenda for Rush Week. Also, it was able to ease nerves for all the girls who attended.”
  • “This provided a lot of information to get prepared – what to wear, how to prepare to get recommendations, staying calm and enjoying the journey.”
  • “Truly such great info! And I appreciated the honesty on some hard subjects.”
  • “This was very helpful. I am so glad that my daughter and I attended together, so that we are on same page with information.”


I hope you’ll take advantage of the Sorority Recruitment 101 class video and accompanying handouts to make going through recruitment fun and enjoyable and to set you up for success!




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