PR Connection 5: Going ZTA Alumni

I will be entering the Zeta Alum world. I came to college not knowing one person at Georgia Southern. I decided to rush my freshman year as a chance to get to know other girls. After doing this I became apart of Zeta Tau Alpha, which has been one of the best experiences of my life. I’ve gotten the opportunity to become involved, hold leadership positions, meet wonderful people, and sisters who I now call best friends. After four years, its hard to believe that it has to come to an end.

Holding positions in my sorority has really helped me through my major. For four years I’ve been involved in many events and fundraisers, supporting the college and local community. I would have never thought going into the sorority that it would benefit me in the future with my choice of study. Being a public relations major, I have been educated on event planning, communications, fundraising, crisis management skills, and much more. Throughout this journey I look back and am so thankful for the experience that I encountered that have come hand in hand with what I hope to do in the future with my degree.

I wanted to share a couple of pictures that remind me of some great times with wonderful people that I will never forget! Alumni here I come! 🙂

Here’s a link to the Georgia Southern Zeta Xi chapter website. http://studentorg.georgiasouthern.edu/zta/

Not just sisters but best friends

Not just sisters but best friends

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One response to “PR Connection 5: Going ZTA Alumni

  1. I am about to become alumni too  It is crazy how people can come to college and meet so many amazing people then have to walk away. When you meet people from all over it isn’t like high school. High school all your friends live around you, but after college some of the people that I met from Phi Mu will be dispersed throughout the country. I am glad that you shared all your experiences. I know I have had too many to count, as you probably have to. It is sad leaving this chapter behind, but it is interesting as well. I will be filling out my alumni forms for Phi Mu next week so I know exactly what you are going through. It seems like just yesterday we were all going through rush.

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