Apply to be a chapter development consultant!
News | October 4, 2019

Are you a recent or soon to be college graduate? Do you have a passion for helping or assisting others?

Are you interested in expanding your leadership development and facilitation skills? If you said yes to any of these, then you should apply to become a Tri Delta chapter development consultant (CDC)!

Being a CDC is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for you to travel across North America on behalf of Tri Delta to assist and empower our collegiate chapters and members. You will help our chapters in facilitating workshops and providing officer training, recruitment support, chapter operations, risk management and so much more.

Still need convincing? Check out five more reasons why we think you should apply to become a Tri Delta CDC!

Reason 1: Start your career with an adventure that will allow you to grow as an individual, gain independence, strengthen existing skills and develop new talents that will help you in the future.

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Reason 2: Fly the Tri Delta skies! Travel across North America to help educate and mentor our 141 collegiate chapters. You’ll see places you never dreamed you’d visit – seeing the best in Tri Delta.

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Reason 3: Engage with brave, bold and kind sisters through a network of Tri Delta’s 220,000 alumnae and 3,000 volunteers who passionately serve our chapters!

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Reason 4: Challenge yourself to get out of your comfort zone. By traveling on your own, you’re always going to be learning something new about yourself, what you love and what really makes you come alive.

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Reason 5: Help our chapters and members grow – ensuring the future of Tri Delta is strong! 

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Now’s your chance to bring you and your unique talents to serve Tri Delta as a chapter development consultant. If you or a friend is graduating in December or next spring and are interested in assisting and empowering other Tri Deltas, apply to be a CDC! Applications are due Dec. 1. You can read the full job description and qualifications here.

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