Learn form a dedicated and experienced Phi Delt alumnus who can help you apply what you’ve learned to your post-graduate life.
Watch yourself grow from a Fraternity leader of today to professional and community leader of tomorrow.
The Pursuit of Greatness builds important life skills including: teamwork, initiative, accountability, responsibility, resiliency, self-awareness, values, group leadership, problem-solving, and communication. Along the way, your mental health and wellness will be a priority as well as preparing you for today’s diverse and inclusive workplace.
Nearly three in four employers say they have difficulty finding college graduates with the interpersonal skills or career attributes required to be successful in the workplace.
“Imagine an opportunity for young men to experience a student organization that offers ethically based programming, mentorship from those who have used our principles to elevate their professional careers and the empowerment to directly apply their game-changing ideas as undergrads. We are building the future by embedding relevant life skills NOW with elevated expectations and a built-in network for lifelong success.“
—Dave Kovacovich, Arizona State '97
“I have been privileged to mentor some of our undergraduate brothers, in-person and virtually, with enriching and enlightening conversations about their chapter issues, career paths, and life directions. Recent hardships offer all of us elder brothers a unique and satisfying opportunity to share the wealth of our own experiences and help our younger brothers become the greatest versions of themselves.“
—John “Charlie" Ford, Maryland '64
“I am excited about the Pursuit of Greatness launch, which I think is a natural extension of Phi Delt’s leadership education. Our members will gain the knowledge and skills to take it out into the world to impact their communities positively. Mentors will provide field knowledge to better prepare undergraduates to enter the workforce. Through the capstone project, Phis will showcase how they intend to help shape and transform the society in which they live. I look forward to seeing what our undergraduate members will achieve next.“
—Austin Deray, Mercer '10
“As an undergraduate student, I knew that my classroom learning would only take me so far. It was essential for me to pursue more opportunities to gain experiences and skills to move me into post-college life. I needed a network of connections and real-life experiences to enhance my personal growth. Phi Delta Theta provided that for me and has provided that for thousands of undergraduate men since. This program compiles those opportunities in one place, and I am excited to witness the impact it will have on future generations of Phi Delta Theta leaders.“
—Moe Stephens, Southern Indiana '99