Pi Sigma Epsilon receives national charter

Pi Sigma Epsilon

PSE, founded in 1952, is a professional fraternity for students in sales, marketing and management. PSE gives its members the chance to gain hands-on experience through experiential learning opportunities, participate in conferences both regionally and nationally, and network with professionals through PSE’s corporate partner program.

This fall, Bloomsburg University became one of only 60 universities with a nationally recognized Pi Sigma Epsilon student chapter.

PSE, founded in 1952, is a professional fraternity for students in sales, marketing and management. Marcie Liebert, membership manager and chapter consultant from Pi Sigma Epsilon National Headquarters in Wisconsin visited campus at the end of fall semester to conduct the fraternity’s initiation. The new chapter’s president is Rachel Allen, a senior business administration marketing major with a concentration in professional selling.

PSE gives its members the chance to gain hands-on experience through experiential learning opportunities, participate in conferences both regionally and nationally, and network with professionals through PSE’s corporate partner program. Through PSE students will develop practical sales and marketing skills through active involvement in:

  • sales and marketing projects
  • marketing research
  • professional programs
  • community service
  • social events
  • awards competition
  • general chapter operations

Students will also have an opportunity to attend a fall PSE conference and national convention each full of business development seminars and workshops, along with networking opportunities with professional and collegiate members.

In addition, PSE annually offers more than $60,000 in scholarship awards through more than 25 different categories for student chapters to compete in. PSE also offers opportunities for students to participate in annual Pro-Am Sell-A-Thon, a national speaking competition and leadership training.