Recruitment is a week unlike any other. Potential new members are filled with high hopes and faced with multiple possibilities. Because this can naturally be overwhelming, Pi Chi's come to the scene as a mentor and friend to potential new members.
Pi Chi's are essential to the entire recruitment process and more importantly, to every single potential new member. Applications for Pi Chi are out and are due January 29 at 10am. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1z83GwZPp6aB2UWgUfKNFDa6dcpFsvnMqDApQJmMavvM/viewform?c=0&w=1
Head Pi Chi, Taylor Horton, advises everyone applying to be a Pi Chi to be themselves. She then said, "Serving as a Pi Chi is an awesome opportunity to be the first impression these women have of not only Auburn University but of Auburn Panhellenic and Greek Life. You have to be there through the hard stuff, but you also get to be there for the celebrations, forming a bond with your group of girls that will last a lifetime while also gaining a handful of new best friends with the other Pi Chis you work with."
New sorority member, Steffie Rosene, captured how potential new members feel about their Pi Chi's when she said, "My Pi Chi was so wonderful! She helped me with any questions I had and made me feel so welcome in the Greek community. She helped me make decisions when recruitment got tough, and I always felt like I could really trust her with any issues I had."
Being a Pi Chi is not an easy job. However, it is one that is highly rewarding. Former Pi Chi Alex Strange summed it up, saying: "If you give 110%, you won't even notice how tired you are!"
What are you waiting for? Apply now!