We love opportunities to share our experience with our brothers nationwide. Sigma Phi Epsilon recently highlighted how we are using the Chapter Sites program to keep our brothers, alumni and friends informed and engaged.
In a small college town, the Tennessee Kappa chapter at the University of Tennessee at Martin remains connected with alumni, volunteers and parents across the state and around the country by sharing blog posts from its site.
As AVC President Stephen Yeargin, Tennessee-Martin ’06, explained, “Tennessee Kappa had our own site for more than two decades, but we struggled to keep it up to date. Now that we’re on the Chapter Sites platform, we’ve started using the blog post feature, and it’s allowed us to keep our larger fraternity community up to speed. Showcasing stories about alumni and volunteers working hand-in-hand with the undergraduates also helps convince parents that their son has made the right choice and might inspire them to volunteer as well.”
The Chapter Sites program, launched in 2019, offers an easy to use website for each of the fraternity’s 210 chapters nationwide. Rather than the costly and time-consuming process of building and maintaining their own individual websites, the program gives undergraduates and alumni volunteers a blog and central hub for social media outreach.