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Transition Your Talents
Greetings Sorors and welcome to the 2016-2017 “Transition your Talents” Initiative!
Graduating from college is a huge milestone in your life and your sisters of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated are extremely proud of your accomplishments!
We would like each of you to be highlighted and acknowledged. We would also like to encourage you to join a graduate chapter upon graduation. But we need you to do your part.
Please be sure to complete the survey link located below so that we will be able to contact you. It is extremely important to keep each of you engaged and active in the sisterhood, because you are important, and a great asset to our organization.
We also would like for every graduating senior to forward the best photo* of themselves in their cap and gown. These photos will be highlighted on our National Pinterest and Instagram pages as well as on the National Website.
Please feel free to share this announcement with all Sorors who are graduating seniors.
Thank you and remember that “Membership is Key” and you are the key to keeping Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated alive and well!
Yours in sisterhood,
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated
National First Anti-Basileus
“Membership…… The Key to Setting Zeta on F.I.R.E.”
Transition your Talent 2016 Boule Spotlight Update
A video highlighting some of our graduating sorors who successfully transitioned into graduate chapters made its’ debut at the 2016 Boule Awards Banquet; it was the highlight of the evening.
This initiative was a labor of love which we want to share with not only those who attended Boule, but with all of the sisterhood. We are extremely proud of the great accomplishment that our undergraduates have made in successfully completing this major milestone; but also for thinking enough of Zeta to continue the journey.
So please take a moment to watch and enjoy the video. Zetas are on the move; we hope that you will enjoy the video as much as we enjoyed creating it.
Submit your Photos
* Photos should be clear and presentable in your cap and gown in .jpeg format. Please also include your name, school and degree along with any honors earned when forwarding your photo to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org