Sigma week continues with The Private Sector meeting

A small group of future leaders gathered together on Wednesday to learn more about the opportunities possible with the fraternity Phi Beta Sigma.

The Private Sector meeting was a small get together of potential Phi Beta Sigma members with the purpose of giving them a chance to learn about the fraternity and its noble past.

“We want to talk with males at GSU about our organization and their views on Greek Life and Fraternities,” said Marcus Kernizan, SGA President and Phi Beta Sigma member.

The short meeting highlighted the benefits of being a member, including professional development, leadership development, and opportunities for community involvement.

Phi Beta Sigma does community service with many organizations, like the American Cancer Society, Relay for Life, and March of Dimes.

“This meeting isn’t tied into becoming a member,” said the Chapter’s advisor, Chris Sumter. “We’re more focused on making sure they’re good men. And if you end up getting in, that would just benefit the Chapter.”