3 Ways Kappa Delta (and Greek Life in General) Has Changed My Life

On the eve of recruitment, I am beyond excited to recruit new sisters and share with potential new members my love of Kappa Delta. During “spirit week” (aka a week filled strictly with song practice, sisterly bonding, and general rush prep), we were asked how our lives would be different without Kappa Delta. It was such a simple question, but not something I’d ever thought seriously about. I could list hundreds of ways KD has improved my life, but I’ll just pick three.

1. Job Opportunities
Freshly hired at Lula Kate (an adorable ready-to-wear and bridal shop on King St. in downtown Charleston), I am proud to say I owe my new employment to KD. Highly regarded in the Charleston area, Lula Kate first contacted our chapter in search of a new sales associate before reaching out elsewhere in the community. It is because of my chapter’s impeccable reputation that I had this exciting opportunity!

2. Confidence
Being a sister of Kappa Delta has shaped me into a more confident young woman. Our philanthropies aim to promote confidence among young girls in our community. Ironically, KD has made me confident, too!

3. Pretty Little Letters
Without KD, I never would’ve been inspired to learn to sew–something that seems to be a lost art now-a-days. I’ve had the continuous support of sisters in my chapter, other KDs nationwide, and countless other sororities across the country.

Don’t “rush” to conclusions about Greek life–there’s more than what meets the eye 🙂



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