The current and future fraternal world is rooted in leadership. By developing sound skills, enhancing one’s personal brand, engaging in campus and community programs, and developing strong personal and professional networks, students will effectively manage their chapters and secure fulfilling careers.
Fraternity Management Group’s latest addition to its service line didn’t happen overnight. FMG directors have been working closely with students on their career journeys for years. Having reviewed hundreds of resumes, coordinating dozens of career and industry panels, orchestrating unique career fair and networking receptions, and referring countless students to employment opportunities, the decision was made to add Career Development to the FMG roster of services. We recognize the value of career programming as a means of building strong alumni/ae networks and undergraduate success.
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