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How to get into a Black Greek Sorority FINAL - Part III

Having all the requirements does not necessarily guarantee a person privilege to be admitted into a chapter. Although it does pay to know a little bit about the organization you are interested in and an overview of Black Greek Life, this knowledge does not sufficiently display a vested interest in the organization for the right reasons.  Just as Part 1 gives a brief insight into Black Greek Sororities and Part 2 delves into further detail on the Dos, this final chapter hints on what NOT to do, as an aspirant. Keep Reading After the jump for more info. 


How to get into a Divine 9/Black Greek Sorority Part II

Black Greek sorority life can be exhilarating  a rewarding experience for many ad a lifetime of friends, lifelong bond of sisters and a bounty of professional networks, connections and valuable experiences. Yet gaining admission into one can be one of he most daunting tasks, daunting for the frail-in-heart and worthwhile for those who strive hard enough to EARN a spot as a soror in one of these Black Greek Sororities. With their long standing history and rich culture , Black Greek sororities were mostly founded in the face of adversity and racial challenge to women of the time, thus the attitudes of selectivity and exclusion can be justified for the founders worked hard to create an organization that will admit quality women. To get an idea of these organizations, read Part I. Keep reading after the jump to learn more


How to get into a Divine 9/Black Greek Sorority

This is a 3 part series for girls who want to be a part of an NPHC Sorority but don't know how to express interest or what to do. Each organization has it's requirements and while you may be interested in an organization, there is no guarantee you fit the requirements or the organization may not be interested in you. Keep reading after the jump to learn more


Are you thankful for money or money that brings more happiness?

Did you ever get a job offer, promotion or pay increase that brought you up another level in status and made you feel really good about yourself? Maybe you went out and bought a new car or splurged on a few electronic gadgets or took everyone out for a night on the town. It sure felt good for a while. And you gladly said goodbye to the days of brown-bagging your lunch.

But what happened a year later? You felt pretty much the same way you did before the big jump in pay. Your income was up, but so were your expenses. You’re really not that much happier or unhappier since you started making more...
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What to do when your employer cuts you from the team

Managing job loss in today's market is hard, very hard, so I've put up how to handle losing your job and what to do (and what NOT to do) when you get laid off. In the unpredictable game called today's job market, being a high  player who gives more, stays longer, and works harder than everyone else doesn't necessarily protect you from getting the boot. The bottom line is if the "team" can't afford you, you're going to get cut. As you're sitting in the proverbial locker room with pink slip in hand, reeling from a whirlwind of emotions, you suddenly realize that life as you once knew it has changed--in many cases, quite dramatically.

For most high-achievers, getting laid off is an entirely new experience, and if it's happened to you, you're probably feeling overwhelmed and filled with uncertainty. But unless you're independently wealthy, at some point you're going to have to shake it off and get back in there. For some, that may mean switching to an entirely new "sport." For others, it may mean playing the same game on a different team. But whatever you decide, these five strategies should help you ramp up your new game and make you even better than before.


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