Where do you list a fraternity on a resume?

Where do you list a fraternity on a resume?

Depending on how much you’d like to disclose about your fraternity or sorority experience, there are two options for smoothly incorporating it on your resume.Include it in your professional experience. Put it in your activities or volunteering sections.

How do sororities rank PNMs?

“Mutual selection process”: The computer program that most big schools use to match PNMs to houses. After each round of recruitment, the PNMs rank the houses they went to in order of preference, and the sororities will rank the PNMs in terms of preference.

What should I ask a PNM?

Important Questions to Ask PNMsWhat did you do in high school? Have you done any philanthropic work? How do you like [the name of your school] so far? Why did you decide to come out for recruitment? What did you do this summer? Are you looking into any other clubs or other extra-curricular organizations?

How do you talk to a PNM?

Ask questions, listen to her answers, and ask good follow up questions and comments that make a good conversation. No matter who the PNM is, how tired you are, or how much your feet hurt, seem involved and interested in the conversation you are currently having.

What questions do frats ask during rush?

The best questions to ask the brothers are:How much are the dues?Can I, or do I have to, live in the house?How is the fraternity doing financially?How big was last year’s pledge class in relation to the average size for the rest of the frats on campus?Does the fraternity allow hazing?