“I see you, I love you with all my heart, I commit to listen to you, and I commit to help take action.” — Grand President Tom Jelke
“I choose to volunteer with Sigma Phi Epsilon because I believe in the experience being provided to undergraduate men in Sigma Phi Epsilon.”
“Volunteering for SigEp has never been taxing for me — it’s simply the right thing to do.”
“I vowed to myself and my brothers that I would be involved as long as I could and give back to the organization that gave so much to me.”
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“I don’t think I can ever repay the fraternity for what I learned and what I got in friendship, brotherhood and respect from my time at North Texas. It is an honor to volunteer and try to make a difference in shaping future leaders.”
Many of us are getting used to a new way of life with constant video calls for work, school, family and friends. It’s easy to become used to routine and get fatigued with these non-stop virtual interactions. Patrick shared insights on creating meaningful experiences from “The Power of Moments” by Dan and Chip Heath.