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how to get selected for intake Posted on 09-18-2008
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so, im non greek obviously. I know that most theres a voting process to get selected to be in a fraternity but how can a prospect better his chances of being selected and is it neccessary to contact all the members of the organization and let them know ur interested or just a few.
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C Nels replied on 09-18-2008 04:33PM [Reply]
Better your chances by improving your resume. No need to contact ALL of the members. If you've spoken to one member, they all know you're interested.
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smc112 replied on 10-01-2008 12:03AM [Reply]
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Could you please STOP putting SPAM on these threads! It doesn't make sense!
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Kismet_TNT replied on 10-08-2008 05:42PM [Reply]
COMMUNITY SERVICE!!!!! Have lots of it because service is a part of every BGLO! This makes you more marketable. Attend their events, but you don't have to be all under them. And you don't have to go to every single one. Just enough to get your face out there. Mingle with the memebers of the orgs at their events. get to know what they are like because you may find that they are not what they seem! Have good grades!!! Excel in academics. No one wants someone with lows grades (although there is a GPA requirement anyways). Be yourself. Don't try to act a certain way to become a partof an org because if they don't accept you for who you are then you don't need them. Now if you know you have a bad attitude or something like that then change....not for the sake of joining an org, but just for the sake of bettering yourself. I'm sure there is more, but this is all I can think of at the time. I hope this helps.
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