Our chapter aims to create a high-impact, supportive culture where immensely passionate people are encouraged to pursue their professional and personal dreams. Attend our recruitment events to find out what sets Delta Sigma Pi above and apart.
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Delta Sigma Pi offers a career advantage like no other. For over a decade, our chapter has kickstarted and cultivated impactful careers in finance, consulting, marketing, accounting, technology, entrepreneurship, and more. Unsure of what path to choose? We’ll help you out.
With countless opportunities for growth, our brothers become recognized leaders, within the fraternity and beyond. We hold leadership positions in over 25 campus organizations – some have even started their own.
Joining the DSP family means mentorship, inspiration, and countless opportunities to learn and grow. Build lifelong friendships alongside an extensive network of business professionals – with over 300 national chapters and 250 UCI alumni, you can count on your brothers for support no matter where you go.
With my first year of college being completely online, it felt like all the advice I got coming into freshman year didn’t apply anymore. I came in directionless in both who I am, and the person that I wanted to become. However, after joining DSP in the fall of my first year, I finally found a community that supported me through thick and thin, no matter the circumstances. The brothers were more than willing to go out of their way to help provide resources and advice on anything that I had questions about. I’ve not only gained so much insight on the professional world and my personal aspirations, but I’ve also gained a group of people I can call my life-long friends. Joining DSP was probably the most impactful and life-changing decision I’ve made in my college career so far!
Before coming to UC Irvine, I felt that I never held a strong interest in a specific field and I felt lost. I knew that the best way to truly understand what I wanted to pursue was by talking to other students and getting involved. I discovered DSP by their various involvements in other business organizations at UC Irvine and that was when I decided to come out to recruitment. I enjoyed each of my conversations with the bros and I felt that each of them would support me in my professional endeavors, and I was right. DSP had introduced me to so many unique individuals that care for me more than I would have ever hoped for in both personal and professional aspects. I had also found my interest in Product Management and Marketing by hearing their experiences and gaining my own. I am glad to have come out to DSP to have created the friendships that I have now. They have truly helped me grow personally and professionally.
Coming from a background where all my friends were pursuing a career in STEM, I felt as if I was completely on my own as a business major. I knew I had to get involved to gain guidance and that sense of belonging, especially as a first year with no professional experience. After attending my first recruitment event, I realized that DSP was that one stop shop for the perfect blend of professionalism, friendships, and resources. I gained so much industry knowledge, tips, and tricks that I would not have known on my own. Through DSP, I was able to uncover a passion for HR and landed an internship with everything I’ve learned. Every bro is so willing to help and motivate each other to succeed, and I am proud to say that I’ve found some life long friendships in DSP as well.
As someone who is interested in a disjoint myriad of subjects and fields, I spent my first year at UCI trying to get involved in as much as I possibly could, joining organizations and taking a wide breadth of classes. However, it wasn’t until I joined DSP at the beginning of my second year that I truly felt like I found the centralized, all-encompassing hub for professional development and, even beyond that, the home on campus I had been searching for. I aspire to be an attorney, and it seems difficult to imagine a business-centric fraternity as a place conducive to that kind of career path. But despite the substantial deviation, the brothers have gone out of their way to aid me – from researching career avenues to providing internship opportunities. I can say with certainty that I have grown unprecedented amounts as a professional and an individual in the small time frame I have been a member.