Delta Sigma Pi Volunteers at The Revive Thrift Shop

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The Saint Louis University chapter of Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) is a professional fraternity for men and women pursuing careers in business.

DSP is increasing community service outreach by supporting a local St. Louis business whose mission aligns with professional development and community involvement. The Revive Thrift Shop serves as the sole enterprise and a training and resource center for the Job and Leadership Training program at Mission: St. Louis. The program helps at-risk men become leaders in their families and communities while developing professional skills. 

A few members from DSP recently volunteered at the Revive Thrift Shop by helping to organize the store for an upcoming redesign.

“We all enjoyed the experience, and DSP will continue to volunteer and become more involved with Revive, said Kelsie Eckert, a Cook School sophomore a Delta Sigma Pi member. “The thrift shop supports an important program in the community, and our fraternity can help them in many ways, such as providing volunteers.” 

Eckert continued, “Being a part of DSP has provided valuable opportunities for me to develop my career and professional skills while also exploring how to incorporate community outreach and service into business. The brotherhood, professional events, and service opportunities have all become an important part of my experience in the business school. As a member of the fraternity, DSP has helped me grow professionally and personally through opportunities like volunteering at Revive.” 

To learn more about John Cook School of Business student organizations, contact Ben Smyth at 314.977.3609 or smythbk@slu.edu

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