Question is: Should I be apart of the Greek system?
I’ve debated this for awhile now.
I know how people “down” sororities, but I do believe this may be my opportunity to change myself and become more open with others to who I am and not just on Tumblr.
Outside of my comfort zone I become a quite…
I definitely recommend it.
Being a part of a sorority gives you amazing opportunities, bother personal and professional.
It offers a great and large network depending on the size of your organization.
You will also develop leadership skills by holding office or helping plan and coordinate events such (i.e. Rush Chair, Social Chair, Treasurer). I have served as Historian, Treasurer, and last year I served as President. It was the most amazing experience holding those leadership positions and it helped mold me into a great leader. I honestly feel that I would have never developed the skills I have had I been in any other sort of student organization. Also, a lot of sororities will offer workshops for their members such as personal finance workshops, which are really helpful.
I have made some of the closest, most dearest friends from my sorority and they are an amazing support group. I can always count on my sisters to be there for me and listen to me. Working so closely and so hard really does help you develop strong friendships within your sisterhood. I joined mine because my university is a commuter school, there wasn’t a lot of on-campus involvement. I wanted to become more involved and I felt a sorority might be the best fit.
I suggest you go through rush and pledge. Each sorority is unique in the way they work and their foundation. Whichever sorority you choose to go will be a great choice. The important thing is that it’s the right organization for YOU.