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Organizational Knowledge and Skills

For the sorority to function as a family and foster positive personal and group development, the chapter structure must be strong. Individual sisters must have skills to manage the affairs of the chapter and lead fellow sisters. All members must have knowledge of how the sorority operates and expectations of its members. Sisters must also have an understanding of the Greek system, the benefits of being in a sorority, and the policies relating to Greek life. A strong sorority experience involves mutual friendship, support between members, and activities that increase educational programs to increase communication skills and understanding of sorority values.

"Sisterhood is many things. It's a warn smile on a cold and rainy day, a friendly hug, a cheerful hello... It's all that a good and lasting friendship is, only better. It's treasured. It's sacred. It's knowing that there will always be someone there for you. It's dreams shared, and goals achieved. It's counting on others and being counted on. It is real."
- Anonymous