Fall 2019 Recruitment
Rush SigEp and become a brother in Georgetown’s oldest social fraternity. We welcome outstanding men from all walks of life and encourage anyone who shares the virtues and values of our fraternity to rush. As a balanced man chapter, all brothers are held to the highest standard in their pursuit of academic, athletic, social and spiritual excellence. If you are eager to develop as an individual, as a friend, and demonstrate a willingness to carry on the tradition of Sigma Phi Epsilon and Georgetown University, we have a place for you.
Find our Fall 2019 schedule and Recruitment Board below – but please note that dates/times are subject to change as necessary. Feel free check our Facebook page or shoot us an email with any questions! We will update as more information becomes available.
If you have any questions about SigEp, the recruitment process, feel free to reach out to our Recruitment VP, Penn Conrad, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Fall 2019 Schedule
Fall 2019 Recruitment Board
Penn Conrad is the Vice President of Recruitment for the Spring 2019 cycle. A high motor 3-and-D guy from Charlotte, NC, he’s a junior in the McDonough School of Business. On campus, he works at Vital Vittles and participates in intramural sports because sports are cool. He just returned from a semester abroad in Budapest, Hungary, and is slowly acclimating to the idea of being a real human being again.
Patrick is a Sophomore in the MSB from St. Louis and will be serving his first semester on the recruitment board this fall. He plans on majoring in finance but may add in a minor in theology to stay to true to his wholesome Midwestern values. Patrick, like many of us, is a washed-up high school athlete who loves to talk about how close he got to winning a state championship in football. He also played basketball in high school, but don’t ask him to play pick up in Yates because he will complain that his “knees hurt” after 5 minutes. Don’t mention the Rams in front of him or he will start violently sobbing.
Aiden is a diesel powered, 5’11” stretch four from the nice part of New Jersey (he swears that exists). Serving his third semester on R-Board, he hopes to mix experience and a high recruitment IQ with youthful exuberance. Outside of SigEp he works for the Hilltop Microfinance Initiative, plays in the up-and-coming band, “back to yours”, and can sear the best Ahi Tuna on campus.
Josiah is a sophomore in the SFS from Los Angeles. He is serving his first semester on the recruitment board and is a sprinter on the track and field team. Josiah is a seasonal tour guide with Blue and Gray because 50 degrees is still too cold for him. When he’s not walking backwards on tours, you can find him running in circles at Yates. Despite also being on the mock trial team for two years, Josiah does not know how to get away with murder.
Boden is a sophomore in the college from LA. Along with Josiah, Boden brings a West Coast flair to the Recruitment Board. However, don’t get him started talking about how “chill” California is because you will soon regret it. Boden isn’t great with is hands, but he must be pretty good with his feet as he is a valuable member of Georgetown’s club soccer team. Like most club sports athletes, he swears he could have walked onto the Varsity team if he wanted too.
Matteo is a freshman in the MSB from New York City. He speaks fluent Italian. That’s all.
Mike is a junior in the MSB from New Jersey serving his second semester on the recruitment board this fall. As he once posted in the GAAP group as a freshman, Mike likes “to do well in school but also have fun” so he’s pretty chill. If aqua jogging was a varsity sport Mike would be the star of Georgetown’s varsity team but, unfortunately, it’s not a sport at all.
TJ is a junior in the college hailing from Chevy Chase, Maryland and will be serving his first semester on the recruitment board this fall. TJ is a forward on the Georgetown Rugby Team. When he’s not showing off his frighteningly pale thighs on Cooper field, you can find him talking about how awesome his high school, Gonzaga, is or feeding pigeons and speaking fluent French on a bench by the front gates.