WSU’s Pi Sigma Epsilon (PSE) Chapter, a national co-ed professional fraternity with a focus on sales and marketing, has experienced some great achievements over the last few years.
Recently the national PSE organization has recognized Winona State’s Zeta Omicron chapter as a top 15 chapter earning the Silver achievement level for 2018.
This past November the chapter participated in a regional conference in Brookfield, Wisconsin. Of the twenty-four WSU charter members in attendance, eight members competed in the Pro-Am Sell-a-Thon. Five members finished as finalists, with chapter president, Geoffrey Curry ’19, finishing in second place.
Chapter members Stefan Einarson ’22 and Trent Seagren ’19 were on the winning team for the Marketing Challenge, while other members took advantage of the opportunity to network to secure both summer internships, and job offers upon graduation.
WSU’s PSE chapter continues to grow by leaps and bounds each year. Membership has increased year over year as the chapter continues to attract new members with fun activities and professional events. Upcoming activities include a Matchmaker event and Dodgeball Tournament.
All WSU students are welcome to participate.
The Winona State chapter of PSE welcomes students from any major from freshman to senior.
For more information on PSE, contact chapter President Katherine Edeus at firstname.lastname@example.org or Emma Thompson at email@example.com.
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