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If you are interested in becoming a member of our fraternity you must attend at least 2 events and 1 GIM to qualify for an interview. Once you meet these requirements we will contact you for an interview. It is very important that you attend the interview if you would like to be considered as a candidate for selection. We conduct interviews to get to know more about you such as your background and interests. We then evaluate each candidate holistically before making our decision.

If you have any other questions regarding recruitment please check out the FAQs section below or go to contact to email us.

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It's here! Recruit Baruch Delta Sigma Pi to mark your legacy! --- Reminder: You must attend 1 GIM and 2 other events to qualify for an interview! Song: There For You - Martin Garrix & Troye Sivan



Do I have to major in business to become a member?

No, some of our members do not pursue business-related careers or majors. Our professional training program is relevant to all career paths.

Do I need to have any professional experience?

Not necessarily, our members come from a variety of different professional backgrounds so we appreciate all kinds of prior experiences, including jobs (e.g. service or retail), extracurricular activities, and on-campus involvement.

What should I expect from the interview? How can I prepare for it?

The interview is just an opportunity for us to get to know you better. Prepare as you normally would for any regular job interview.

How do you decide whom to invite to join your organization?

We review and evaluate each candidate holistically. Some of the factors we take into account are participation during recruitment week, interest in DSP, past experiences, personality, and ambitions.

How would you define your ideal candidate?

We look for individuals with great potential and a desire to contribute to the organization. Beyond that, we welcome and appreciate all candidates.

What can I do to improve my chances of getting selected?

Every semester, we receive many qualified applications so making a positive, lasting impression is key. This includes actively participating in our recruitment events, making strong connections with our members, and being well-prepared for the interview. More importantly just be yourself.

How many people receive an invitation to join every semester?

We give out as many invitations as there are qualified candidates. We do not have a quota or minimum, so this is not a factor in our decision-making process.

If I don’t get a bid, can I try to join again next semester?

Absolutely, trying to join multiple times demonstrates determination which is a great trait that we look for in our candidates.