• 1/9/17 - Rush 101, Savvy Senior

    2017 Guide to Recruitment Information Meetings in Dallas/Fort Worth

    Can you believe it? Sorority (pre) recruitment season is upon us! One of the best ways you can begin this process is to attend an

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  • 8/14/16 - Rush 101

    Rush 101: Sorority Recruitment Tips and Terminology

    It’s finally here (for most universities, at least): sorority recruitment week! Over the past few months I’ve been sending out every last bit of information

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  • 8/7/16 - Rush 101

    Outfit Ideas for Each Round of Sorority Recruitment

    Even though I’ve been sharing sorority recruitment tips with members of my Sorority Scoop group since early spring, it’s difficult for me to believe that

    Rush 101: Sorority Recruitment Tips and Terminology: […] What kind of outfit should I wear for each round of sorority recruitment? […] (Aug 14, 2016 at 09:25 am)
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  • 6/9/16 - Rush 101

    How to Thank the Alumnae Writing Your Letters of Recommendation

    Because many of you have already sent off your Recruitment Information Packets—and because I’m betting that you’re also up to your eyeballs in graduation gifts—I

    Rush 101: Sorority Recruitment Tips and Terminology: […] How should I thank the women writing my letters of recommendation? […] (Aug 14, 2016 at 09:22 am)
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  • 5/20/16 - Rush 101

    Resume Printing How-To (or, How to Merge a Word Document and a PDF!)

    Our Rush 101 series continues today with a short little how-to on printing a social resume! Whether you purchased one of our custom Recruitment Information

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  • 5/11/16 - Rush 101

    What is a LOS, a Rec Letter, and a RIF? Sorority terms, explained!

    It’s time for another installment of Rush 101! This blog post is specifically for those of you who are still in the process of gathering Letters

    Rush 101: Sorority Recruitment Tips and Terminology: […] What is a LOS, a REC, and a RIF? […] (Aug 14, 2016 at 09:26 am)
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  • 3/25/16 - Rush 101

    Behind the Scenes of LMP’s Sorority Shoot with The Impeccable Pig!

    I am SO thrilled today to share a behind-the-scenes look at my recent sorority-themed photoshoot with The Impeccable Pig! Between the models I worked with

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  • 2/29/16 - Rush 101, Savvy Senior

    3 Photographs to Include in Your Sorority Packet

    Ladies, I’ve got news for you that might come as somewhat of a surprise. While rush week (and the first semester of your Freshman year

    Rush 101: Sorority Recruitment Tips and Terminology: […] What kind of photographs should I included in my Recruitment Information Packet? […] (Aug 14, 2016 at 09:25 am)
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  • 5/22/15 - Rush 101, Savvy Senior, Style

    Rush 101: What to Wear During Sorority Recruitment

    At this point in our Rush 101 Series, we’ve covered the following: Recruitment packets, letters of recommendation, and the all-important resume. Don’t get me wrong—I

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  • 4/14/15 - Business, Rush 101, Savvy Senior

    Rush 101: Perfecting Your Resume

    **2017 UPDATE** In addition to totally FREE résumé + cover letter templates, I now offer completely custom résumés and Recruitment Information Packets that are available for purchase!

    Joen: Thanks! It was helpful! (Apr 14, 2017 at 06:45 am)
    Rush 101: What to Wear During Sorority Recruitment - Love, Me Photography: […] 101 Series, we’ve covered the following: Recruitment packets, letters of recommendation, and the all-important resume. Don’t get me wrong—I have loved delving into each and every one of these […] (Feb 28, 2017 at 12:36 pm)
    Rush 101: The Recruitment Information Packet - Love, Me Photography: […] cover letter template! You’ll find the next installment of our Rush 101 series right here: How to format a recruitment résumé. Don’t forget to stop by your local Alumnae Panhellenic organization’s website to ensure […] (Feb 09, 2017 at 10:44 am)
    Crystal: Hi there! In addition to including information from your high school (i.e. your class rank, activities and involvements, etc) you will want to include academic and social/philanthropic information from your current university. List your current university, the GPA you'll be ending the year with, and any campus involvements, clubs, or volunteer organizations you have worked with prior to your transfer. I hope this helps, and would love to have you join my Sorority Scoop group for further information! Sign up here: http://lovemephotography.com/the-experience/join-sorority-scoop (Dec 22, 2016 at 10:06 am)
    a: i need help! i'm a transfer student seeking recruitment at my new university. what do i put on my resume? (Dec 21, 2016 at 15:17 pm)
    Rush 101: Sorority Recruitment Tips and Terminology: […] What information should be included on my social resume for sorority recruitment? […] (Aug 14, 2016 at 09:25 am)
    Crystal: Hi Kenzie, I am just now seeing your comment...so glad to hear that the post was helpful for you! I don't think it's a deal-breaker at all. In fact, you could use this as a great talking point during recruitment week. All sororities have a specific philanthropy that they work with, so I think it would be very well received if you mentioned that you are really looking forward to getting involved with serving the community through a sorority! Since you don't have any experience as of now, just leave that section off of your resume. I hope this helps! (Jul 30, 2016 at 13:55 pm)
    Kenzie: This post has helped me so much with knowing what to put on a resume! Sadly in high school I never did community service even though I always wanted to. Is this a deal breaker for most sororities or is it okay because I am very interested in doing it?? Also what should I put on my resume for that or should I just leave that off of it? (Jul 03, 2016 at 01:14 am)
    Resume Printing How-To (or, How to Merge a Word Document and a PDF!): […] one of our custom recruitment information packets in digital form, or you decided to tweak our free resume template to fit your style, or you went totally DIY and designed your own letterhead, OR you want to turn […] (May 20, 2016 at 08:49 am)
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