Dr. Joseph Hankin, President of Westchester Community College, tells Delta chapter initiates to read these books:
Public Service Fellowship for Members/Alumni
Pi Sigma Alpha is inviting graduating college seniors and recent grads (2007 and after) to apply for the prestigious City Hall Fellows public service fellowship:
Dear Dr. Lengle,
I write to ask for your help in informing the graduating college seniors and recent college graduates (Class of 2007 or later) in Pi Sigma Alpha’s network about City Hall Fellows’ exciting and prestigious public service Fellowship program.
As you may know, City Hall Fellows is a non-partisan nonprofit training the next generation of leaders for America 's cities. Our 12-month, paid, post-college Fellowship integrates hands-on experience working within the highest levels of local government with intensive training in how cities work. For the class of 2011, we will be placing cohorts of Fellows in 3 cities:
The Fellowship is open to students of ALL majors. A detailed overview of the Fellowship opportunity, as well as application materials and instructions, are on our website, www.cityhallfellows.org. Applications for the Class of 2011 are due March 10, 2010. The Fellowship year begins August 2, 2010 and runs through July 29, 2011.
Our staff, Fellows and alumni will be visiting campuses around the country over the next two months. We also will be hosting several free, live webinars for students at campuses we are unable to visit in person. All of these are posted on our schedule of events (which is frequently updated).
I would appreciate it if you would disseminate this announcement to appropriate people in your network. I am hopeful that some of your members and alumni will choose to continue their public service through City Hall Fellows.
Thank you so much for your help,
Christesen speaks out about Virginia Tech tragedy
The tragic events at Virginia Tech have truly seared our hearts and mindsat PSI and across campus here at the National Headquarters of Alpha Beta Gamma.
Such savage, savage brutality has no place in law-abiding society and among civilized people everywhere, no matter the country.
As President Bush stated, when anyone violates the santuary of a college campus, every college campus is affected.
Our prayers go to all who are in any way hurting and our profound sorrow, with yours, is ever with us. Chapters are holding a vigil for all victims and their families and friends.
May God keep all of us comforted and give us supernatural strength and power to cope, as only He can do that.
--Dr. John D. Christesen