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- ServiceSigma Beta Rho National Philanthropy Youth Education & Development As a fraternity that is heavily invested in service, we have chosen Youth Education and Development to be our national philanthropy. We have isolated youth education as a worthwhile focus since the youth are truly the world’s most valuable long-term renewable resource. Concordantly, we want to plant the seeds of the future now by properly cultivating the present. The underprivileged youth are among the greatest tragedies across humanity. It is our inherent responsibility as concerned global citizens to assess how we might best assist those who need it the most and follow through in providing them with opportunities graciously afforded to ourselves. In the past, we have been involved with OLPC (One Laptop Per Child), a program that seeks to provide inner city schools with modern technology comparable to that of higher-tier schools. This follows from the belief that the education of America’s children should not be discriminated against by their inherited socioeconomic backgrounds, but should be equal no matter one’s affluence. Having access to such modern technology greatly helps foster the narrowing of the proverbial education gap currently plaguing American school systems. Another program that we have been involved in…
- ExpansionUnknown location[line] The Brothers of Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, Inc. would like to thank you for visiting this page. If you are interested in joining this distinguished organization, please review the following information. Founded in 1996, Sigma Beta Rho Fraternity, Incorporated has grown to become a National fraternity with chapters stretching coast to coast. The chapters are spread…
- ChaptersBelow are listed our chapters, associate chapters, and colonies (what’s the difference?). These are the college campuses at which we exist. [line] University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Established: August 16, 1996 Chapter President: Steven Kozhimala Alpha Chapter WebsiteBinghamton University Binghamton, New York Established: August 22, 1998 Chapter President: Anthony Scaria Beta Chapter WebsiteSt. John’s University Queens, New York Established: August 22, 1998 Chapter President: Nithin Thomas Gamma Chapter WebsitePace University New York, New York Established: September 1, 1999 Chapter President: Name Epsilon Chapter WebsiteStony Brook University Stony Brook, New York Established: February 2, 2000 Chapter President: Aalap Golwala Zeta Chapter WebsiteBoston College Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts Established: June 1, 2002 Chapter President: Name Eta Chapter WebsiteRutgers University New Brunswick, New Jersey Established: June 17, 2001 Chapter President: Anoop Kathrani Theta Chapter WebsiteUniversity of Washington Seattle,…
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Sigma Beta Rho Today
Modern day Sigma Beta Rho® has grown to over 40 recognized chapters and colonies that span the breadth of the nation.
Be the Change (BTC) is a national day of service organized by South Asian Americans Leading Together (SAALT) to commemorate the spirit of leadership through service.
Service to Society
In 2010, we partnered with SOS Children’s Villages to provide our members with an opportunity to serve children globally.
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