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“I ran for Vice President of Recruitment of Alpha Chi Omega because this chapter has truly given me the best experience of my life. These women help me grow to be the best version of myself, challenge me to follow my dreams, and have always been the best support system. I hope that by being VP Recruitment I can help PNM’s see why Alpha Chi is so special to me!
I am most excited to show PNM’s how special, loving, and strong our sisterhood is! Our motto at Alpha Chi Omega is “Real Strong Women” and our members are nothing short of that!
One piece of advice I have for all of the girls going through the process is to stay true to yourself and have fun! When being absolutely candor during your conversations you are sure to find the house that suits you the best! You are about to embark on one of the most exciting journeys and we are so lucky to have you at UT!”
“I ran for Vice President of Recruitment Information of Alpha Chi Omega because I want to help PNMs find their home away from home, just as I have. The women in our chapter are some of the most kind hearted and caring individuals I have ever met, and have made my college experience truly unforgettable. College is a big change for many and I want to show them how much love and acceptance our chapter can bring them!
I am most excited to show our PNMs how our chapter and our members continue to push ourselves to be the best we can be. The ladies of Alpha Chi Omega inspire me everyday and I am constantly amazed by them every day.
One piece of advice I have for all of the girls going through recruitment is to make sure that you get to know as many people as possible. The process can be an amazing way to know other girls going through the process, not just the girls already in the chapters. Getting to know the girls during recruitment can help the process feel a lot less stressful and help get to know girls right off the bat. I am so unbelievably jealous that you all get to experience this process for the first time and get to meet all the amazing women in our panhellenic community. We cannot wait to meet all of you! Hook ‘em horns!”