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If you are looking to be part of a Daniels community where developing yourself professionally among a group of like-minded sincere and respectful friends is a priority, you should consider speaking to a Delta Sigma Pi brother on campus.
The Delta Sigma Pi Business fraternity, fondly referred to as DSP on campus, is more than just a co-ed business student group. They are a well-rounded group of individuals interested in being involved on campus and in the community through a variety of organized activities determined by the individual chapter.
Scheduled events this quarter included the Daniels Dress Code fashion show, volunteering for the hot chocolate run at Wash Park in support of the Ronald McDonald House, volunteering at a soup kitchen downtown, a brotherhood movie night, engagement with other DSP chapters in Colorado, and attendance at a leadership convention in New Mexico with over 400 alumni and active members in attendance. All of these events create opportunities throughout the membership to enjoy time with friends while networking and learning leadership skills.
More formally, DSP is over a century old with a rich history and foundation from the first chapter opening in 1907 at the School of Commerce, Accounting, and Finance at New York University. On a local level, the Daniels DSP chapter just celebrated 90 years since its founding on Oct. 10, 1925.
In the Colorado Region, there are five active and growing chapters. These chapters are directly mentored and supported by an elite alumni membership of approachable, modest, caring, and sincere business professionals; attached to an endless Wikipedia list of who is who in business.
However, with everything in life, it is really the members of the chapter that make a local chapter great. The DSP chapter at Daniels consists of a group of individuals focused on professional development. More specifically, this local chapter prides itself on the importance of brotherhood, character, respect, as well as personal and professional development.
DSP at Daniels can provide an individual with a variety of opportunities to keep busy and fulfilled, but the DU community of members have included students with a wide range of talents such as athletes, scholars, student-entrepreneurs, acapella stars, and motivated individuals just looking to be leaders within the DSP organization.
Specifically, members of DSP include a sophomore with a startup business, freshmen just learning how to develop their skills, juniors who are looking to be more involved, senior leaders, and of course alumni to personally guide them or potentially introduce them to someone who could ultimately help them gain employment. Overall DSP consists of students who are genuinely looking to be part of something bigger than themselves and eager to work together as a cohesive family in order to better their educational experience through learning, togetherness, and personal improvement.
Please seek out a brother or attend a Delta Sigma Pi event to learn more. Mark your calendars, the next recruitment opportunity for business students considering membership will be the first or second week of spring quarter.
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