Business Program Making Strides
Honoring and encouraging difference-makers of the future.
A chapter of Sigma Beta Delta has been established at Bryn Athyn College, with Bergen Junge as president, Elizabeth Rogers as vice president, and Ethan King as secretary and faculty advisor. The aforementioned have been inducted, and in the fall the chapter will welcome its first student members.
Sigma Beta Delta is an international honor society based on a mission that is very much aligned with that of Bryn Athyn College. Sigma Beta Delta encourages and recognizes scholarship and accomplishment among students of business, management, and administration. Furthermore, it encourages and promotes aspirations toward personal and professional improvement and a life distinguished by honorable service to humankind. Recognizing those similar core values, BAC business major Nikita Klinisovs enacted the process of joining the society.
Membership in honor societies such as Sigma Beta Delta can serve students in a variety of ways: Scholarships and career support are available to members, in addition to the legitimizing effect of one’s membership on a resume or CV. Nikita likes that the opportunity for induction gives students in the business department an additional achievement to strive for. He adds that it brings extra appeal to the College for students who are considering attending. Nikita continues, “I believe this is a major milestone…It is the first step in the long journey of establishing the Bryn Athyn business major as a well-known and successful program that develops and educates true difference-makers of the future.”
Students interested in this opportunity can find out more by contacting Ethan King:
call or text: 215-470-8895
Stay tuned for this fall’s induction date so you can plan to attend and support our dedicated students!