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If you think the Sigma Phi Delta experience is limited to your short-lived undergrad years, you’re wrong. In fact, there are quite a few alumni who can prove you wrong. Just ask Raymond Waszkowski, who recently responded to our survey. He shared the following, encouraging other Sigma Phi Delta brothers to keep in touch after graduation:
“After working for a firm for almost 20 years I got laid off. After two months of searching for a job I received a call from Brother Clyde Huntington. He offered me a job as the service manager of his firm. Twenty seven years later, I retired from the firm and am very appreciative of my Sigma Phi Delta connections.”
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Passion for SPD Inspires Deputy Executive Secretary Michael Roselius to Volunteer
For Michael Roselius, Sigma Phi Delta was an opportunity to bond with a group of men who shared similar interests and coursework. Roselius attended Virginia Tech, and it was there that he learned the powerful impact fraternities can make on a community.
“It took me about two years to fully understand what fraternity life is really about and how we can positively impact our communities when we come together in brotherhood.”
Now, Roselius has joined the Supreme Council as a Deputy Executive Secretary, along with Raphael Mills.
Deputy Executive Secretary, Raphael Mills, Hopes to Enhance the SPD Experience
He was a charter member of Beta Kappa Chapter at Lehigh University. In fact, he actually started the move to bring Sigma Phi Delta to Lehigh’s campus.
“I believed that Sigma Phi Delta would fill a niche in our school for people looking for a fraternity that was both social and professional,” Mills said. “In particular, the focus on engineering was important due to the rigor that comes with majoring in a field as math- and science-intensive as engineering.”
As a member of Sigma Phi Delta, you are part of a very exclusive group—one that firmly believes in positively shaping the lives and educational experiences of future engineers.
You play an important role as we continue to develop young engineers across North America. I ask that you take a moment to think of all the ways Sigma Phi Delta impacted you. Through the Fraternity, did you…
- Gain invaluable engineering skills, lessons, and mentoring from like-minded students?
- Land a job thanks to the worldwide SPD network?
- Form lifelong friendships that grow stronger every year?
- Meet your current spouse or significant other?
While we all may have had different experiences through Sigma Phi Delta, we can all claim one thing: our lives have been positively shaped, in some small way, thanks to our Fraternity membership.
We are counting on you, as a lifelong member of our Fraternity, to join in our mission to continue impacting young engineers at your alma mater and across North America and ensure they have the same experiences.
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