During my time as a Chapter Consultant, I found myself in a prized position with an organization I truly value. Working with brothers from all around the country on their campuses is the perfect way to begin my career after school. My first year as a Chapter Consultant, I was able to mentor new brothers as they began their roles on their local Executive Boards. I helped to plan our 66th General Convention, and developed a professional skill-set that I believe will help to prepare me for law school.

– Dezie Gude (Tennessee/Martin ’17)

What will I do as a Chapter Consultant?

Each Chapter Consultant serves as the primary provider of training and support to the chapters and its members. This will include providing instruction in the expectations, practices, policies, and guidelines of the Fraternity, interacting with members of the university and surrounding communities, and promoting and marketing the services and opportunities available to members of the organization. Chapter Consultants report directly to the Director of Chapter Services.

Chapter Consultants regularly:

  1. Evaluate the operations of a collegiate chapter
  2. Support chapter development
  3. Plan and execute expansion projects
  4. Sustain relationships with assorted stakeholders including undergraduates, alumni, volunteers, and campus professionals
  5. Assist undergraduates with managing change within their community
  6. Facilitate programming with undergraduate chapters
  7. Other administrative tasks


Need more information?

Email Director of Chapter Services Grant Carpenter (grant@phisigmakappa.org).

To apply you’ll need to:

  1. Download the Job Description
  2. Completed Phi Sigma Kappa Employment Application Form below
  3. Attach a Resume, Cover Letter and Unofficial Transcript

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