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How Did Zeta Beta Tau Make You the Man You Are Today?

We all gained invaluable lifelong benefits from Zeta Beta Tau. Did you learn about leadership at Zeta Beta Tau? Do the fraternity's core values play a role in your life today? Did you make a romantic or career connection thanks to Zeta Beta Tau?

Let us know how Zeta Beta Tau helped make you the man you are today. Click here to share your stories.

No matter where you are in your life, what you are doing or who you are with, one thing remains constant day-in and day-out; We all have to eat. Food and drink are essential human needs for every living person from every walk of life. Therefore, some of our best memories, most meaningful conversations and most important moments of our lives and friendships with ZBT Brothers happened over dinner or drinks, sitting down face-to-face at one or our favorite spots in Atlanta.

Restaurants and bars in college towns can act as refuges for students weary from academia, friends looking to blow off steam and groups of people meeting to discuss common goals. There is something about sharing food and drink during these life moments, in a familiar and welcoming atmosphere that make these moments all-the-more memorable and important.

Coming up next month, we will be raising money for ZBT's main philanthropy, Children’s Miracle Network. CMN provides funding to children's hospitals across the country to help sick and injured kids. We kick things off on March 2 with "Get on the Ball." This is our premier fundraiser where we roll a 6' beach ball around campus, asking people to sign it. This provides advertising for our fundraising efforts. Along with rolling the ball around campus, ZBT will also participate in Georgia Tech’s Philanthropy Showcase on March 5th. All student organizations are welcome at this event on Skiles walkway. They can present their philanthropy to students passing by and hopefully raise interest in philanthropy on campus.

January’s resume workshop was a big success. It saw good turnout from the Brothers and local Alumni who came by the House to review Brothers’ resumes before Georgia Tech’s spring all-major career fair. Alumni from several majors were there, and they were able to tailor their advice to Brothers who are in the same, or similar major as they were.  Alumni Seth Bryan '18, Christian Madsen '17, Nathan Olivares '19, Brady Roose '17 and Steve Wiebe (Seton Hall) '09 attended.

This workshop was very helpful for newer Brothers, who are just beginning to look for internships, as well as seniors who are about to graduate and enter the job market. Freshman Brother Jonathon Kirkland had this to say about the workshop: “The resume workshop with Alumni helped me to organize and effectively convey my leadership experiences and academic achievements in a resume. The real world career experience from the Alumni was incredibly helpful in getting my resume put together, especially because I am a first-year. I am confident my new resume could land me a great internship.”

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