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Holiday Mail for Heroes

Posted By Caitlin E. O'Connell, Wednesday, November 19, 2014
On November 18th, 2014 the Cal Epsilon chapter hosted our formal meeting of the month entitled, "Plate Up With a Professional". Our guest speaker for the night was established professional, Dr. Amanda McKeith who presented a stellar presentation upon furthering one's higher education through graduate studies. In support of our community service endeavors, it was asked that members bring holiday cards for a group signing event in regards to the Holiday Mail for Heroes campaign sponsored by the American Red Cross. We had 150 signed cards that will be sent out as part of the Holiday Mail for Heroes project. Way to go Cal Epsilon!

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Tags:  Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon  Cal Epsilon  Cal-Epsilon  Character  Community Service  Fellowship  Leadership  Scholarship 

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Alpha Zeta Development Summit (AZDS) Cal Epsilon

Posted By Caitlin E. O'Connell, Wednesday, November 19, 2014
On Saturday, November 15th, the Cal Epsilon chapter held our annual Alpha Zeta Development Summit. Our speakers consisted of Megan Jacobson who spoke about networking and personal branding, Elisa Valdez on entrepreneurship, Sadie Hemsath onthe role as an Alumni and Jeff Oliver address our fears and gave us some resume advice. We also had Dr. Sandra Witte facilitate a wonderful etiquette luncheon and ended the event with a professional headshot thanks to Beatriz Rodriguez. We were also fortunate and  thankful to have some of our Chico brothers join us!

Tags:  Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon  Cal Epsilon  Cal-Epsilon  Character  Fellowship  Leadership  Professional Development  Scholarship 

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Cal Epsilon Celebrates Founder's Day

Posted By Caitlin E. O'Connell, Wednesday, November 19, 2014
With November 4th being Founder's Day for the Alpha Zeta fraternity, the Cal Epsilon Chapter held a ceremony at our meeting the next day, Wednesday, November 5th, to honor the day this amAZing fraternity began. Members walked in the room to see the officers standing behind the four pillars of Alpha Zeta; Scholarship, Leadership, Fellowship, and Character. The officers took turns reminding the members about Alpha Zeta's history.

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Tags:  Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon. Cal Epsilon  Cal-Epsilon  Character  Fellowship  Founder's Day  Leadership  Scholarship 

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Cal Epsilon Members Tour the Ag Industry

Posted By Caitlin E. O'Connell, Wednesday, November 19, 2014
On Friday, November 7th, Brothers Nicole Borba and Ariel Diggan toured Pitman Farms chicken and turkey ranch in Orange Cove as well as the processing plant in Sanger. It is nice to see members touring the Ag industry and developing their character. The Cal Epsilon chapter encourages our members to get involved outside of our fraternity and we like to share their events with Alpha Zeta. We will have a chance for members to tour Pitman farms mid December through an organized tour.

Tags:  Agricultural Awareness  Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon  Cal Epsilon  Cal-Epsilon  Character  Fellowship  Leadership 

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Florida Chapter Sea World Trip

Posted By Bailey C. Gamage, Monday, November 17, 2014
This Veteran’s Day, the Florida Chapter traveled to Orlando, Florida for our annual Sea World Trip.  Our journey began at 6:30 am at the University of Florida where we loaded into cars and began the two-hour trek down south.  Upon arrival we had a behind-the-scenes educational tour of the Arctic animal exhibits.  We visited the beluga whales and penguins and got up close and personal with the seals and sea lions.  Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and made sure to answer all of our questions.  After our tour was over, we remained in the park to enjoy everything else Sea World has to offer.  We all sat together at the Shamu show where everyone was absolutely amazed with the size and abilities of the mighty killer whales.  After the show, some of the brothers split off to go find something to eat or hit the roller coasters.  Finally, after a long day at the park, we all loaded up into cars again and started the long trip home.  Sea World is something that both members and alumni alike look forward to each year, and I am happy to say that this year it didn’t disappoint!

Tags:  Florida Chapter  Socials 

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Cook Chapter- Initiation

Posted By Bryan D. Ryder, Wednesday, November 12, 2014

            After a long journey throughout the semester the Omega Class proved their commitment to the Fraternity of Alpha Zeta and made it to initiation. We initiated 27 new brothers into the Cook Chapter among a gathering of brothers and alumni, who were there to welcome them into our chapter. Congratulations Omega Class!

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Cook Chapter- Second Mixer

Posted By Bryan D. Ryder, Wednesday, November 12, 2014

            The second mixer was a great success this semester as new members and brothers repeated most of the activities from the first mixer, but now they had the chance to meet each other on a more personal level. After meeting most brothers for the first time, the new members were given the opportunity to learn more about the brothers on a different level. The goal of this meeting was to help integrate the new members into the fraternity by building stronger bonds with brothers and meeting new brothers for the first time. All of the new members had a great time as they formed bonds with more brothers in the fraternity and became closer to everyone.

Tags:  Cook College Chapter  New Member Development 

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Cook Chapter- Monster Mash

Posted By Bryan D. Ryder, Wednesday, November 12, 2014

The annual Monster Mash was held at Rutgers University on October 24, 2014. This event creates a safe place for the children of the New Brunswick community to have some Halloween fun and get some candy. Many different organizations of the Rutgers community volunteer to run a table. The brothers of the Alpha Zeta Cook Chapter ran a table with a fun Halloween-themed game the kids could play to get candy. The children were able to try to throw a plastic spider so it would stick into a spider web decoration. They had so much fun playing the game, and some even came back to play again! It was an enjoyable event for all and the brothers were glad they could help the New Brunswick community.

Tags:  Campus Relations  Community Service  Cook College Chapter  Fundraising  Service to Community 

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Cook Chapter- Haunted Bamboo

Posted By Bryan D. Ryder, Wednesday, November 12, 2014

            The Haunted Bamboo Forest was a philanthropy event held at the Rutgers Gardens, where the Cook Chapter set up a haunted walk for the children through the bamboo forest. While the entire night was free, we were collecting donations for the preservation of the Rutgers Gardens. Furthermore, our event coincided with the weekly farmer’s market at the Rutgers Gardens, where people could come to the gardens to purchase fresh produce from local farmers and small businesses. Overall, the event was designed to promote awareness of a place that has contributed so much to the promotion of agriculture at Rutgers University, while providing local children a fun Halloween experience. Afterwards, the children and their families were encouraged to return to Cook Campus for the annual Monster Mash.

Tags:  Agriculture Awareness  Community Service  Cook College Chapter  Fundraising  Service to Community 

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Cook Chapter- Alumni Event

Posted By Bryan D. Ryder, Wednesday, November 12, 2014

            Since the Cook Chapter has a large and active alumni association, we decided to book a banquet room in a local restaurant in order to give the new members and opportunity to meet chapter alumni and learn about Alpha Zeta from a different perspective. Many of our alumni came out to meet the new members and share their experiences with them about being brothers and students at Rutgers University. This was both a meaningful experience for the new members as well as the alumni.

Tags:  Alumni Relations  Cook College Chapter  New Member Development 

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