Sigma Kappa Impact
Below are letters written by current member of our zeta alpha chapter. All letters are anonymous and help explain how sigma kappa has impacted the girls lives for good. Along with what the chapter may help them do in the future.
Sometimes the best things in life are things you never saw yourself doing. On pref night, as I stood among the amazing women of Sigma Kappa, I knew I wanted to be one of them. I loved what they stood for, how confident they were, and that it was perfectly okay to randomly break out into dance. Since becoming a Sigma Kappa, my life has done a 180. Without my sisters, I wouldn't of had the courage to leave my job with an awful manager, nor would I of been able to stand up to my parents when I told them I wanted to be an education major over an accounting major. Being in sigma kappa is more than the letters, the pearls, and the cute photos. It's having sisters to back you up, to help build your confidence, to be your cheerleader, and even a shoulder to cry on when weak. Sigma Kappa is home.
Sigma Kappa has changed my life in more ways than one. Sigma Kappa gave me my Big & Little, who are my best friends. Sigma Kappa gave me public speaking skills. Sigma Kappa strengthened my social skills. Sigma Kappa gave me 50 something sisters that encourage me to be the best version of myself. Sigma Kappa gave me the chance to earn a very generous scholarship. Sigma Kappa is something I have in common with my blood sister. Sigma Kappa gave me a mystic bond that I have with all my sisters across the country. Sigma Kappa allowed me to hold two Executive Council positions to help strengthen my resume. Sigma Kappa is the best decision I have ever made in my life. I wouldn’t be the woman I am today without this great organization.
Sigma Kappa has changed my life for the better in many ways. I have gained confidence in myself, I have learned how to voice my opinion, I have learned what sisterhood is about and so much more, but these are the things that I feel have been the most helpful in my life so far. If I had not chosen to be in a sorority I cannot imagine how different things would be for me. Those things that I had mentioned previously would not have been the same if I had not met the girls in my sorority. These lessons I have learned in SK have shaped me into the person I have become and I can use those lessons for obstacles I will face in life down the road. The time I spend with these girls will not stop after graduation. I plan to have them in my life though thick and thin and this is why SK has changed me for the better