BLOG CATEGORY: Jobs and Internships

Welcome your 2019 Summer Interns!

June 4th, 2019 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Greer Kerns, Epsilon Pi – Georgia Southern University and 2019 Executive Office Intern Summer is here which means our Executive Office Interns have finally arrived! After many applications, interviews,

What Do These LCs Have in Common?

February 4th, 2019 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Hannah Peterson, Zeta Mu – Appalachian State University In case you missed it, the 2019-2020 Leadership Consultants were announced, and *spoiler alert* every single woman selected to #BeAnLC is

I Found My Purpose in ADPi

October 9th, 2018 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Lauren Stimmell Flores, Zeta Epsilon – University of West Florida My name is Lauren Stimmell Flores, and I came home to Alpha Delta Pi at Zeta Epsilon chapter at

Being an EO Intern Sparked My Involvement as an Alumna

February 19th, 2018 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Erin Flanagan Killingsworth, Epsilon Psi, Panhellenic Relations Director District II and Chair I had the opportunity to serve as an Executive Office Intern in 2007, the summer before my

5 Reasons You Should Apply to Be an Executive Office Intern

January 16th, 2018 / alphadeltapiblog / 1 comment

Have you thought about how you’re going to spend Summer 2k18, yet? Well, if you want to do something epic, empowering, and educational, consider applying to be an Executive Office Intern.

Pi Resource Center: What to Expect!

November 14th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

The Pi Resource Center’s goal is to connect sisters to gain resources for life. It’s overall mission is to be your First Stop as you navigate your life as an alumna! Resume Review

5 Biggest Benefits of Studying Abroad

November 6th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

by Lisa Griffin, Guest Blogger

We Rise By Lifting Others

September 18th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

Eta Beta’s Cate Hovey tells us about her internship with Starfish International and all that she gained from supporting young women in The Gambia. 

ADPi Alumna Named One of the Best Teachers in the U.S.

September 6th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

Amber Simmons was recently named one of the best English teachers in the United States by the National Council of Teachers of English. She tells us why she wanted to be a teacher, her favorite part, and how it felt to receive this honor. 

ADPi Impresses Campus With Research Project

September 5th, 2017 / alphadeltapiblog / 0 comments

Hannah Lambert is a senior at Shorter University and a very active member of our Theta Upsilon chapter. She was selected for an academic presentation competition open to all students called Celebrate Shorter to present her research project.