Spring '22 RUSH
MESSAGE FROM THE INTERNALS
Welcome to Phi Chi Theta’s New York Beta Chapter!
As this semester’s VPs of Internal Affairs, we want to be the first to welcome you to join us during Phi Chi Theta’s Spring 2022 Rush Week! We are really excited to meet you in the next few weeks!
First, a little intro about Phi Chi Theta: PCT is a national professional business fraternity with 41 chapters across the US. We aim to promote business and foster an inclusive community focused on supporting members through college and beyond. Everyone is unique, and the PCT community is fully committed to helping each individual succeed academically, professionally, as well as personally.
Throughout the 10-week pledging process, you may face many difficult situations, but you will also experience some of your fondest memories. You will also build some of your strongest ever friendships. This brotherhood will always be your support system, wherever you go. The friendships made and the memories created here will last a lifetime, and the network you gain will also be one you can carry with you for the rest of your career.
We, as this semester's Pledge Masters, are dedicated to walking with you through this entire process to ensure that the journey is smooth and help you develop both personally and professionally. One of our biggest focuses is going beyond the norm and breaking the status quo. Don’t be afraid to pursue your interests, whatever they may be. Don’t be afraid to be different.
Thank you for your interest in Phi Chi Theta. We welcome you and hope to meet you soon!
Annabelle Noha and Matt Scileppi
Vice Presidents of Internal Affairs
Spring 2022 RECRUITMENT
FRI 2/11 | SAT 2/12
WHEN: 2/7, 12:30 - 1:45 PM
DESCRIPTION: Join us for our Rush Kickoff where we will discuss our plans for the Spring 2022 semester!
MEET THE BROTHERS I
WHEN: 2/7, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
DESCRIPTION: Come meet the Brothers of PCT and get the chance to hear about their experiences.
MEET THE BROTHERS II
WHEN: 2/8, 12:30 - 1:45 PM
DESCRIPTION: A separate opportunity to Meet the Brothers. Please note that applicants must attend at least 1 Meet the Brothers event.
WHEN: 2/8, 6:00 - 7:00 PM
DESCRIPTION: Come learn about the many industries and fields within business our brothers work in!
WHEN: 2/9, 12:30 - 1:45 PM
DESCRIPTION: Come meet PCT Seniors and learn about their experience with PCT and their advice on college life.
WHEN: 2/9, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
DESCRIPTION: Join the Brothers for an exciting night of entertainment, fun, and games.
WHEN: 2/10, 7:30 - 9:00 PM
DESCRIPTION: Come meet PCT Alumni and learn more about how PCT impacted their university and professional life.
WHEN: 2/11, 12:30 - 1:45 PM
DESCRIPTION: Join us and test your trivia skills and win for the charity of your choice!
WHEN: 2/11, 2:00 - 3:00 PM
DESCRIPTION: If you have any last minute questions about applications, come chat with Matt and Annabelle, our VPs of Internals!
DESCRIPTION: Invite only.
WHY PHI CHI THETA?
Phi Chi Theta alumni from across the country continue to be active within the fraternity. Alumni often visit to give advice to our current members and provide insight on their successful career paths after graduation
Newly crossed sisters are formally paired with an "Alumni Mentor" to help provide more inside into industries that they have interest in
Notable past events with alumni in attendance include our annual Alumni Mingle, Women's Corporate Mingle, Alumni Panel, and many more
Phi Chi Theta consists of a diverse group of individuals with a wide-range of different interests and life goals
In the past, members have pursued careers in industries such as: Actuarial Science, Consulting, Finance, Information Systems/Technology, Investment Banking, Management, Marketing, Software Development, just to name a few!
Feel free to reach out and talk to any of our current members to learn more about what inspired them to pursue their current career paths
Phi Chi Theta members volunteer for a variety of events every year. We are active participants for Relay for Life and New York Cares Day, two of the largest service events at New York University
The OpenSight program is an internal initiative started by Phi Chi Theta alumni who recognized the need for better cultural integration of immigrant children. The program is in partnership with various elementary schools in Manhattan. With the program, members create fun activities and visit schools each week to teach young students more topics such as sharing, holidays, customs, etc.
Phi Chi Theta provides its members with a close-knit community within a large university
Members do not only help each other grow professionally, but they also build strong, long-lasting friendships
"I wouldn't be the person I am today without PCT. "