Letter from our Recruitment Team
Hello ladies! My name is Rachel D’Arpa, I am a senior here at St. Joseph’s College and I am Kappa Beta Gamma’s 2016-2017 Recruitment Chair! On behalf of myself, as well as my sisters, we at Kappa Beta Gamma hope that you are considering going through Recruitment and seeing all that Greek Life has to offer. We are so happy that you are interested in becoming a part of our sisterhood and invite you to take a closer look at all that Kappa Beta Gamma has in store for you!
You may be thinking to yourself: why go greek? There was once a time when I had absolutely zero intention of joining a Greek organization. That was only until I met a group of women who I knew would change my life from that moment on. I wear my sorority letters on my chest proudly because I know that my sisters will always have my back. Kappa Beta Gamma International Sorority has not only given me a home here at SJC, but becoming a part of this sisterhood has positively changed my life in more ways that I could even count. This feeling, that I cannot even put into words, is a feeling that I hope you all have the opportunity to experience during your college career and for the rest of your life.
Joining Kappa Beta Gamma isn’t just an organization you join for four years, it’s a sisterhood that you pledge for life. As a KBG, you will leave college with irreplaceable memories, a foundation for leadership, and the best of friends that you could ever imagine. Additionally, you will join a network of sisters that are located all around the world.
I encourage all of you to consider going through recruitment at SJC. This week long endeavor can be a lot to take in, but in the end, it is totally worth your while. We have such a close-knit Greek Life community that cannot be found anywhere else. I hope you all find your ideal sisterhood like I have!
We welcome you to view the rest of our website and hope that you will get a closer look into the fun and exciting sisterhood that Kappa Beta Gamma shares. We look forward to seeing you in the Spring! Wishing you the best of luck!
Love in Kappa,
Rachel M. D’Arpa