MEET THE TWO UNDERGRADUATES INTERNS HELPING TO DRIVE PHI SIG FORWARD THIS SUMMER AT IHQ
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – Phi Sigma Kappa is proud to announce the hiring of two undergraduate Phi Sigs for the 2018 IHQ summer internship positions. Jon Fix (Ball State ’20) and Danny Rojek (Cincinnati ’20) will gain experience in the areas of chapter management, marketing and communications, fraternity programs, an improved understanding of the Greek life landscape and experience, and knowledge of the non-profit industry. They will assist in various ongoing Phi Sig projects that will help to better the Fraternal experience for members at all levels and stages in life.
Jon Fix (Ball State ’20) Chapter Services Associate
Jonathan Fix was born in Amherst, New York, but has lived in Richmond, Virginia and grew up in Columbia City, Indiana. He is currently double majoring in Business Administration and Logistics with a Minor in Six Sigma at the Ball State University Miller College of Business. Jon currently serves on the Ball State Interfraternity Council as the Vice President of Recruitment and is the current Inductor of the Phi Sig Epsilon Tau chapter.
“My goal in working for National Headquarters is to benefit the organization through my skills in fraternity management and leadership. I hope to benefit Phi Sigma Kappa so that it may continue to support our men in the future just as it has supported me.” -Jon fix, Epsilon Tau
Danny Rojek (Cincinnati ’20) Marketing Intern
Daniel Rojek was born and raised in North Canton Ohio, where he attended Hoover High School. Currently, he is a double major in Marketing and Entrepreneurship at the University of Cincinnati He is a member of Kolodzik Business Scholars, which is a business honors program at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business, and he is the current president of the UC American Marketing Association Chapter. Danny was a founding father of the Epsilon Octaton Chapter at the University of Cincinnati.
“I hope to learn a lot from working with National Headquarters. Not only skills in marketing and brand management but also more about the history and future of our fraternity. I want to make an impact here so that Phi Sigma Kappa can continue to prosper well into the future.” -Danny Rojek, Epsilon Octaton
Phi Sigma Kappa Fraternity was founded at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, in Amherst, Massachusetts on March 15, 1873, and has 72 chapters and more than 80 alumni clubs across the United States. To date, the Fraternity has initiated more than 100,000 men into the organization that is devoted to the advancement of its three Cardinal Principles: the Promotion of Brotherhood, the Stimulation of Scholarship, and the Development of Character.