Attend Meet the Brothers and get a chance to meet all the amazing brothers of Alpha Kappa Psi! We will be providing pizza and refreshments and are excited to learn more about you!
How does the recruitment process work? What are pledge education projects? What does being a brother of AKPsi entail? Our information sessions will give you a chance to ask any questions you have about the fraternity. You will also be able to talk to our project chairs and make meaningful connections!
Wear comfortable clothes and tennis shoes! Get ready to have fun playing team building activities and games with our brothers!
Founded in 1904 at NYU, Alpha Kappa Psi is the largest and oldest professional co-ed business fraternity. We have an extensive network of alumni, and members are able to land opportunities at some of the most profitable companies in the world. We prepare our brothers for a life of success.
No. It is necessary to know how to interview well and behave with professionalism in the workplace no matter what industry you enter. During the new member process in AKPsi, you will learn skills such as crafting your own resume, presenting yourself in networking settings, preparing for interviews, organization skills, and public speaking.
During the pledging process you will complete an academic project in Finance, Consulting, Entrepreneurship, or Marketing. You will also have the opportunity to develop brotherhood through relationships with fellow new members and with brothers of the fraternity.
If you cannot make one of the events, please speak to one of the recruitment chairs in person and by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We only have a week to meet you, so try your best to attend all events!
The Pledge Projects give our new members a unique opportunity to gain valuable insight in one of the four areas of business: finance, consulting, entrepreneurship, and marketing. Lead by experienced brothers, the projects teach you necessary professional skills such as time management, public speaking, organizational skills, and communication.
Our alumni network at Hopkins is diverse in both location and field. Our brothers have started their own health care companies, enrolled in graduate schools such as Harvard Medical School and Wharton Business School, and accepted offers at places such as Bain & Co, Bridgewater Associates, JP Morgan, McKinsey & Co, Morgan Stanley, Pandora, and Facebook.