A challenging spring 2020 semester, one marked by an unexpected chapter rebuild and unparalleled global crisis, came to an equally unexpected close at SFL’s Student Service and Leadership Awards.
The resiliency and character of the men of California Chi were recognized as the chapter accepted the Practice Ignatian Values Award. This special award goes to an organization that makes decisions congruent with their personal beliefs, values, and faith through continuous reflection and discernment.
Our chapter is humbled by the recognition of our university partners. When it would have been easier to take the path of least resistance, our men rose to the occasion, came together in heart and mind charting a positive new course for our beloved fraternity. With this new resolution, we are confident that we will have a successful 2020-2021. We are looking forward to growing our family and continuing to nourish a true sense of belonging as we set our sights on shattering fraternity stereotypes.
We would also like to congratulate our chapter president, Calvin Foss, who was a recognized as one of the recipients of the Alfred Kilp S.J. Award. This recognition goes to third year students who demonstrated a high degree of service and promise for continued involvement in co-curricular leadership. We are proud of Brother Foss’s leadership this year.
Lastly, one of best young leaders, Brother Nick Ashby, was elected Director of Scholarship on the IFC Executive Board for the 2020-2021. Thank you Brother Nick for stepping up to represent our fraternity in such a crucial role.
2021 is sizing up to big a huge year for California Chi. Any first or second year student wanting to learn more about our organization should definitely reach out to our Vice President of Recruitment Mack Barton at email@example.com