This past fall semester Phi Sigma Sigma Iota Zeta Chapter had nine incredible women graduate, each of which who brought their own attributes and qualities to the sorority over the past few years. Here are the future plans and a few inspirational words from three of these women:
Ali’s future plans include moving down to the cities and applying to grad school, her end goal being to get her master's degree in Social Work. When asked how Phi Sig has impacted her life, Ali responded by stating, "I have met so many amazing people through this organization and Greek life as a whole and I am forever grateful for that.” Ali advises younger Phi Sig members to take advantage of the opportunities offered through this organization, but remember that there is more to life than just the sorority.
Meghan is beginning her new job as a Strategy Coordinator at Hailey Sault located right here in Duluth, down by Canal Park. In the future, she looks forward to working with nonprofits and health care organizations. When discussing how Phi Sig has impacted her life, Meghan explained that she saw it as both “a huge motivator and also a comfort.” In addition to this, Meghan strongly impacted the Iota Zeta Chapter in 2016 when she held the position of Membership Recruitment Chair. Megan's advice to underclassmen is to broaden your limits by pushing them and not being afraid of them.
Jessica is entering the workforce as an Event Coordinator. This being said, she has not officially landed her career yet, but hopes to work in either the Twin Cities or Duluth. The major way that Phi Sig impacted Jessica was by helping her further her career, as an Event Coordinator, by becoming co banquet chair. In addition to this, she described herself as gaining a new layer of self confidence from speaking in front of the chapter and at banquet. Jessica advises underclassmen to go to everything that one possibly can and most importantly, to “take each day-by-day”.
We have been incredibly grateful to have been impacted by these ladies over the past few years. From their leadership skills, to their immense love for the chapter each sister has went above and beyond to be the best that she can be. We wish them all the best of luck and can not wait to see the impact they make on this world.
Maggie Sem & Emily Levin
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