Letter From Our Membership Chair
Dear Potential New Members (or PNMs),
Welcome to our website! My name is Allison, and I am the Membership chair for Eta Alpha. In this position, I plan and oversee Formal Recruitment in 2019. A little bit about me - I am a junior Politics and International Affairs major from Saddle River, New Jersey.
First, let me give you a big Furman welcome! I hope you have enjoyed your time here so far. I am so excited to meet you and get to know every single one of you. Before recruitment begins, I'd love to share with you something I learned during my time as a PNM. If I leave you with any advice, I want you to know this - be yourself and you will, without a doubt, find your home and your place.
People always told me that you end up where you are supposed to be. Honestly, I didn't believe them; I now 100% agree with them looking back. Your future sisters will love you for you, they will be there to laugh and cry with. Don't be afraid to be yourself, at the end of this you will be a part of a sisterhood that is perfect for you!
While recruitment can be stressful and sometimes doesn't turn out exactly how you thought it may go, it is my favorite part of the Panhellenic experience. I wouldn't trade my memories or change my path to where and who I am for anything. Give Greek life, Panhellenic, and each sorority here at Furman a fair chance and an open mind while going through recruitment.
Just as much as I am a part of Kappa, Kappa is a part of me. Kappa holds my fondest memories, as well as the sisters I experience life with. This sisterhood shaped my Furman experience and I couldn't be more grateful. My last piece of advice I have for you - make the most of this time and savor the memories.
If you have any questions about Greek life at Furman or recruitment, feel free to email me at email@example.com or reach out to any of my sisters. I look forward to getting to know you and seeing where you end up!
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