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rosejoy 07-10-2003 04:22 PM

Greeks in your workplace
 
Hi...I have noticed that there are a lot of Greeks at my workplace! Have any of ya'll noticed the same? I think that is great. Many are still very involved with alum chapters!

Here goes my list of GLO's at my work:

Boss: She was an A K A

My other boss was a Tri Delt at a college in Kentucky!

Alpha Phi

Alpha Xi Delta

Sigma Sigma Sigma

AOPi (ME!)

Not sure about any of the guys... I am a teacher and there are a lot more females where I work (elem school)

Greeks unite!!!

CutiePie2000 07-10-2003 04:30 PM

No, I am the only Greek here.
All the rest belong to GDI

DeltaSigStan 07-10-2003 04:32 PM

I've worked at two elementary schools before. AT one school, the only greek was an 8th grade teacher who was a Theta, and at the other school, the principal was a Sigma Pi at SDSU, and one of the afterschool program workers is a Sigma Chi.

rosejoy 07-10-2003 04:33 PM

LOL, Cutie Pie!!!

I love the Greek letters for GDI. I had Never thought of using the letters for it, though its prolly been on here before!!!AOPi

Delta Sig Stan, are you a teacher too? That's great!

33girl 07-10-2003 04:34 PM

Well, the only ones I know of here are me (ASA), a DZ, and a Beta (he wore a golf shirt w/ a crest one day). There was another ASA here but she left. Oh, and my boss is a Beta Iota Tau CHi LOL.

rosejoy 07-10-2003 04:41 PM

LMAO 33Girl!!!

I have to remember that! That is funny in a way without being too crass.

I love both of my bosses. They are so cool. Both younger and they understand the younger people just starting out.

My boss is very proud to be an AKA, she has a huge plaque in her office. I think it is great to be so proud of your sisterhood, or brotherhood. A lot of people think that once you graduate college, that is it.

I have had GDI's tell me its childish to still be involved with "college Stuff", but to me it is special...a bond for life!

AOPi

midwesterngirl 07-10-2003 04:46 PM

I have 3 former coworkers who were greek.One a Kappa,one a Tri Sigma and one an ASA.I have clients who are Alpha Phi ,Phi Delt,and Sigma Gamma Rho.

UMgirl 07-10-2003 04:46 PM

At my job there is... an Alpha Gam (me), ADPi, Sigma Chi, Delta Sigma Phi (2) and they're used to be a Theta Phi Alpha and an ATO. I know we have a couple more outh there too. I believe a DST.

DeltaSigStan 07-10-2003 04:53 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by UMgirl
At my job there is... an Alpha Gam (me), ADPi, Sigma Chi, Delta Sigma Phi (2) and they're used to be a Theta Phi Alpha and an ATO. I know we have a couple more outh there too. I believe a DST.
Can you find out where the two sigs went to school?

Kristin AGD 07-10-2003 05:09 PM

The only way to identify greeks at my workplace is to spot their cars. Which means only the young ones that still have letters on their cars. (Except me :D ). But I know one really nice girl here she is a Zeta from UT, she has since gotten a new car (no sticker). There is a car in the parking lot with a Texas A&M Chi Omega sticker. I don't know who that is yet. I am always on the lookout, LOL.

LeslieAGD 07-10-2003 06:50 PM

During my student teaching, I worked with two supervisinig teachers. Both are greek - one a Pi Phi and one a Alpha Phi. A handful of other teachers are greek also.

bcdphie 07-10-2003 07:02 PM

At my work place there are a lot of greeks - a Kappa, a DG, a Sigma Chi, 2 Betas, a Kappa Sig and a Deke.

DolphinChicaDDD 07-10-2003 07:06 PM

One of the girls in the office where I intern is a Theta Phi Alpha.

I know there has to be more Greeks; After all I do work at City Hall....but no one seems to admit it. Although I carry my bag with letters on it and often wear my pin.

OUlioness01 07-10-2003 07:14 PM

i work at a restaurant and the only greeks working htere are still in school. we have a Phi Mu (me), a Phi Mu Alpha, and the third is an Alpha Phi Kappa which is a local at Wilmington College

astroAPhi 07-10-2003 07:41 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by CutiePie2000
All the rest belong to GDI
LOL, glad to see I'm not the only one who calls it Gamma Delta Iota! :D

There is a Delta Sigma Phi (Florida Tech, for Stan) at work with me (and by the way, if anyone watched the ABC special on Columbia on Monday, he was apparently interviewed extensively), and I've seen a woman with a Delta Sigma Theta license plate driving around. But so far, that is all that I've noticed.


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