Pi Sigma Epsilon, Delta Omega Chapter is always seeking out individuals who would like to enhance not only their college life, but also help them prepare for life after college. We offer hands on experience in marketing projects, marketing research, community service, local fundraisers, and a great deal of professional development to help get you ready for graduation. We also help develop life-long friendships within the family of Delta Omega. We are a brotherhood of people connected together through similar interests.
Each semester, we recruit new members who we believe will add value to our organization. Dozen's of ISU students come out to our information sessions, whether they are just a little curious, want the free food, or are forced to go by a friend. After spending a little time with our chapter most students realize what Pi Sigma Epsilon is really about, and what our Chapter has to offer them. As stated on the front page, we are proud to be the only student organization to be members of the Chamber of Commerce. What we offer will be hard to find in another student organization.
Pi Sigma Epsilon members stem from all different backgrounds, ages, majors and occupations. Although we are a business organization mostly comprised of students in the College of Business, we are open to all majors and welcome individuals who will be committed to Pi Sigma Epsilon. We accept all majors because we understand that even though you may not be a business major you will still require skills in selling for any job field you enter. We will teach you how to sell yourself to employers, and how to make yourself stand out from the other 20,000 students who attend Illinois State University. No matter what your major is, or what career path you are heading down, you will be surprised by how much PSE can help you achieve your goals.
Even if right now you are reading this still just a little curious about the organization. I highly recommend to just coming out for a recruitment event and see what it’s all about. Additionally, I recommend going through the interview process, not only for good practice but even if you are not accepted into Pi Sigma Epsilon we will offer you a feedback meeting to discuss your recruitment and interview process and let you know what your strengths and weakness are to potential employers.
We encourage anyone to come out to one of our information sessions to learn more about us and see what we are about. Come meet our network of over 50,000 members!