Webinar V scheduled for February 18
CARMEL, Indiana - Alpha Sigma Phi has announced its next organizational webinar will take place Wednesday, February 18 at 7 p.m. EST. Webinar V will focus on the Fraternity's five philanthropic partners.
Further details are provided below:
Is your chapter or colony doing enough to support our Five Philanthropic Beneficiaries? Would you like to learn more about gaining support and awareness for our philanthropic partners? If you’re passionate about philanthropy, listen up! Alpha Sigma Phi will be offering a workshop to better understand and support our philanthropic partners. All Philanthropy Directors are encouraged to participate.
To access Webinar V: Philanthropy Partners, navigate to www.anymeeting.com/alphasigmaphi on Wednesday, February 18 at 7 p.m. EST.
Three new hires highlight staffing updates
CARMEL, Indiana (Jan. 28) - Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity is pleased to announce three masters level staffing hires to be added as Assistant Directors of Undergraduate Engagement staring in June.
CJ Graziano, Jay Grothause and Scott Rarick will join staff as Assistant Directors of Undergraduate Engagement starting in June. Here are brief biographies on each of the newest members of Alpha Sigma Phi's staff:
- Graziano is currently a graduate student at Colorado State University in pursuit of her masters degree in Student Affairs. Her past experience includes interning for Beta Theta Pi and the Cliff Alexander Office of Miami University, House Director of Kappa Kappa Gamma and Advisor of Rho Lambda at the University of Wyoming. Graziano earned her bachelor degree from Carnegie Mellon University.
- Grothause re-unites with Alpha Sigma Phi after finishing his masters degree at the University of South Carolina, where he is currently a Graduate Assistant in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life. His responsibilities include directly advisin the Greek Conduct Board and co-advising the Fraternity Council. Grothause has a bachelor degree from Bowling Green State University and a masters degree from the University of South Carolina.
- Rarick joins staff having most recently been a Residence Life Coordinator at Texas Tech University. He is also a Chapter Council Member for Gamma Chi (Indiana) of Alpha Sigma Phi, and Chapter Advisor for the Chi Psi chapter of Alpha Xi Delta Fraternity at Texas Tech. Rarick earned his bachelors degree at Capital University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and is a founding father of the Epsilon Chi chapter. He earned his masters degree in Higher Education and Student Affairs at Indiana University.
Additionally, Tabatha Sarco will transition from the Director of Educational Programs and Special Events to the Director of Chapter and Colony Development, effective April 15, in her third year with the organization. Matt Guldberg and Carlton Matthews will each return for a second year as Coordinators of Chapter and Colony Development.
Alpha Sigma Phi is currently in the midst of hiring for Coordinators for Expansion and Growth. Any recommendations should be directed to Matt Humberger at email@example.com.