LEAD's Recap

This semester our brothers of Mu Rho attended LEAD School, or Leadership and Excellence Academies for Deltasigs. Brother Rosell-Perez gave us some valuable insight into what he learned!

What is LEAD’s exactly?

LEAD school is a conference held every Fall semester for each province of Delta Sigma Pi. As an active brother in the Mu Rho chapter at Colorado State University, I am part of the Western Province.  

Where is LEAD’s?

This Fall, LEAD school was held in Albuquerque, New Mexico. However, the location of LEAD’s changes year to year. Honestly, I wasn’t sure what to expect in Albuquerque.

Why should anyone attend LEAD?

LEAD is important because it rejuvenated every reason for which I joined DSP. It showed me that it is more than just a club to join, it is a life-long commitment that can change people’s lives. Each person that I met, young or old, has been profoundly changed by DSP.

Throughout the event, my knowledge on how to run an organization effectively, how to recruit new members with a marketing mindset, how to motivate myself through hard times, and how to connect with everyone around me, improved in a way that made me want to stay involved with DSP forever. 

What is unique about LEAD’s?

The chance to meet brothers from all over the country is an opportunity that I’ll never forget. I made friends with people who I felt an instant connection with. I can’t wait to see them again in the Spring!

What was your favorite part of LEAD’s?

My favorite part of LEAD was when I saw my President, Amanda Waters, walk up to the stage seven times for all the awards that we received. We were the most outstanding chapter of the whole province, as well as the chapter with the best community service and financial operations. Being recognized in front of the whole province made me want to try even harder. I set it as a goal for Mu Rho to achieve the same awards that we received this year, plus at least one additional award.  

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Recruitment 101



 

Are YOU ready for Delta Sigma Pi’s Recruitment Week?

Resume? Check. Business Professional Apparel? Check. Ready to make some memories? Check.

This week we have been working hard preparing for an awesome week of Recruitment and no doubt, our prospects are doing the same. As the clock ticks closer to our first event, Meet the Chapter, we wanted to give our potential brothers some tips and tricks to make the best possible first impression!

1. Introduce yourself

  Put a face to a name on a page!

2. Create a personal connection

Share something about yourself that is memorable and allows you to stand out from the crowd.

3. Do your homework

Being knowledgeable about our pillars shows that you really care about what we stand for.

4. Look the part

Being well dressed can help you feel more confident.

5. Ask us questions

We are here to answer them! This is your chance to get a glimpse of what it means to be a brother of Deltasig.

 

We are so excited to meet all of you and remember above all else, just be yourself! 

 

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Ronald McDonald House Invitational

Ronald McDonald House Invitational-Volleyball Tournament was held on Saturday April 16, 2018. The event was planned by our Chapter Liaison, Bekah Cohen. The Ronald McDonald House Invitational was a Volleyball Tournament, with teams representing several College of Business organizations at Colorado State University.  

During this event, Delta Sigma Pi-Mu Rho Chapter raised over $1,000 that will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Denver Colorado. Delta Sigma Pi's national philanthropy service initiative and recent partnership supports The Ronald McDonald House Charities.  

Thank you to our local sponsors: Illegal Petes, Spoons, MadWire, Keller Williams, and CooperSmith's