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AUM to hold sorority workshop for high school students

(Source: Houston Chronicle) (Source: Houston Chronicle)
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Are you a high school female who is thinking about joining a sorority when you go off to college?

Potential Magazine and PanHellenic representatives from different Alabama colleges are offering a sorority recruitment workshop at the Auburn University Montgomery Taylor Center on Tuesday in room 234 from 5:30 until 8 p.m.

The workshop will offer information about the recruitment process, resume tips, membership information, social media tips and more from representatives from The University of Alabama, Auburn University, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Troy University, Jacksonville State University, Samford and others.

This workshop is not limited to just high school seniors, as sophomores and juniors are encouraged to attend as well. Students and their parents can attend so that they can use the information as they go on college tours.

"We love helping teens and their parents. Sororities are a great way for freshmen girls to make new friends and it is one of the few organizations on campus that is invested in the success of their members," said Pam Mashburn, publisher of Potential Magazine. "We wouldn't send our teens into a job interview unprepared, and likewise, understanding the recruitment process and how to prepare will help our teens be more confident and more likely to find the right fit."

Admission to the workshop is free for parents and teens.

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