[ National Programs ] Bigger and Better Business - Project S. E. E. D. Education - Project S.E.T. Social Action
What Phi Beta Sigma Offer the Professional Minded Person? Personal Growth Professional approach to organizational planning Progressive, innovative, and dynamic programs Leadership development programs First-Class social functions An opportunity for Community Involvement
What Does Sigma Expects of Its Members Leadership Qualities Scholarship Positive Image Talent Sophistication Progressive Attitude
Growing Membership…….. What is M.I.P. The Fraternity has introduced and established several strategies that promote membership growth with the purpose of continuing to produce leaders and leadership. Continuous stream of growth for the organizations positive values Establish the principles of Brotherhood, Scholarship, and Service
Alumni Membership Requirements Proof of successful completion of at least 2 years (60 hours) of a full program at recognized college or university. Must pass the interview process Must complete Intake Process Investment of $ (includes initial application fee)
Collegiate Requirements Must be enrolled in school and have earned at least 12 credit hours Must currently have a 2.5 cumulative GPA Must pass the interview process Must complete Intake Process Investment of $ (includes initial application fee)
The Application Package An official transcript 2 letters of recommendation Sigma sponsorship letter $100 non-refundable application fee Completed application Non-hazing document (reviewed and signed) An updated resume
Abusive Behavior The fraternity will not tolerate or condone any form of abusive behavior on the part of its members or prospective members, whether physical, mental, or emotional. This is to include any actions directed towards members or non-members. Violations of this policy may result in suspension or expulsions of the member(s) involved and prosecution to the full extent of the law.
Contact National Headquarters: Executive Director 145 Kennedy Street NW Washington, D.C. 20011 Phone: (202)726-5434 E-mail: email@example.com
Sigma Beta Club Program Goals Sophistication or Maturity Self-Thought Development of potential talents A sense of brotherhood Involvement Commitment to service Develop one’s spirituality
The Sigma Beta Club A Youth Affiliate Organization Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.
This Youth Mentor Program was established in the early 1950’s by Dr. Parlette L. Moore. The Sigma Beta Programming include promotion of Social and Economic Justice, Financial Literacy, Health and Well Being. Our Sigma Beta Club Program also nurtures creativity, promotes academic achievement and reinforces social responsibility.
How Often Do We Meet? Every First and Third Tuesdays What Is The Age Focus? Ages 9 to 18 Two Learning Tracks