Recruitment Countdown Day 0: Gabrielle Lin


  1. Why did you join Delta Sigma Pi and what did you gain from this organization?

Delta Sigma Pi embodies brotherhood, community service, and professionalism, and has empowered me to be part of a community that shared similar goals and passions. Having always had a passion for philanthropy, I joined Delta Sigma Pi to make a difference and support a cause I care about.

Through philanthropy, I was able to connect with like-minded individuals or organizations and expand my network.


2. What is your passion and tell us more about it?


I've practiced philanthropy through volunteering at local rescue shelters, nursing homes, cleanups, and care packages for the homeless.

My most memorable experience was helping the special education community. People tend to forget that we can form friendships without the barrier of others judging us for our appearance or "disability". They are just like us, with needs for affection and love. I became a support to this community, and every day, they looked forward to the next day or next week I would visit them. My service within the community has been one of the most gratifying and self-fulfilling experiences. Enabling me to advocate for those without a voice and promote important issues. I will always make time to pay it back to the communities that shaped the person I am today.

Delta Sigma Pi embodies brotherhood, community service, and professionalism, and has empowered me to be part of a community that shares similar goals and passions. Having always had a passion for philanthropy, I joined Delta Sigma Pi to make a difference and support a cause I care about.

Through philanthropy, I was able to connect with like-minded individuals or organizations and expand my network.

I've practiced philanthropy through volunteering at local rescue shelters, nursing homes, cleanups, and care packages for the homeless.

My most memorable experience was helping the special education community. People tend to forget that we can form friendships without the barrier of others judging us for our appearance or "disability". They are just like us, with needs for affection and love. I became a support to this community, and every day, they looked forward to the next day or next week I would visit them. My service within the community has been one of the most gratifying and self-fulfilling experiences. Enabling me to advocate for those without a voice and promote important issues. I will always make time to pay it back to the communities that shaped the person I am today.

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