What is Pi Sigma Epsilon?
PSE is the only national co-ed professional fraternity in the fields of sales, marketing and management. However, it is open to all majors. PSE gives its members the chance to gain hands-on experience through experiential learning opportunities, participate in conferences both regionally and nationally, and network with professionals through PSE’s corporate member program. Currently we have nearly 60 active chapters at universities and colleges across the country. See what members across the country are achieving, view our newsletter, Dotted Lines.
Pi Sigma Epsilon is a professional fraternity, meaning the organization exists to promote the interests of a particular profession(s).
Experience and Leadership Skills
Each chapter has a multitude of leadership opportunities, whether it is the project manager for a sales and marketing projects, or as a member of the executive board within the chapter. PSE HQ provides opportunities for additional leadership training.
PSE offers the opportunity to participate regionally and nationally in several competitions, while learning new skills. For example, the Pro-Am Sell-A-Thon® pairs students with real sales professionals that coach them current sales concepts. The Pro-Am also allows students to learn about and sell a product in a professional setting.
Your son or daughter can apply for a scholarship during their time in PSE. Each year at the National Convention, PSE gives away approximately $60,000 in scholarships! The check is made out to the student’s University to defray the cost of the student’s education.
PSE also offers an awards competition each year at the national convention. Chapters compete in several award categories, including Top Chapter, Top Professional Development Program, Top Marketing/Sales Project, and many more. There are also individual award competitions, including Top PSE Salesperson, and Top Project Manager. These awards offer an exceptional opportunity for students and chapters to display their accomplishments from the previous year.
PSE helps prepare students for life after college in many ways. You will notice that PSE has partnerships with several national corporations. PSE members benefit from these relationships year-round by receiving support and obtaining guest speakers, project ideas, learning opportunities, internships and great jobs!
PSE members are given exclusive access to benefits from corporate members.
Feel free to contact PSE National Headquarters at any time with questions, comments or to get more information on PSE and our member benefits. Call 414-328-1952 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The Pro-Am Sales competition provides students the ability to strategically approach each situation within a real world business and leverage key features and attributes of a brand and gain knowledge of applications that can be utilized in a sales call."
"PSE is a great way to meet tomorrow's leaders . . . and interact with the educators who are preparing them for leadership!"
"I would say that COO Training is one of the best leadership developement trainings one can receive and is well worth going through"
"Being involved with such a great organization and seeing it come to life with all the other chapters makes nationals an experience I will never forget! I recommend anyone who wants to grow individually and with their chapter should attend, be involved and see that PSE really is your business advantage for life!"
"The National Convention is a truly great opportunity to network with recruiters, develop professionallly, and share camaraderie with fellow members of Pi Sigma Epsilon. It was an experience I will never forget!"
"We love Pi Sigma Epsilon. The students are cream of the crop in their professionalism, networking, and sales skills. Some of our best interns and full-time recruits came to us through PSE. It's relationships with organizations like PSE that keep us connected to the best and the brightest of students."
Being a part of PSE in college shaped the professional that I am today. Participating in student leadership and national competitions, and dealing with the weekly challenges of running a student organization allowed me to recognize what my key strengths are early on in my collegiate career. When it was time to walk into a job interview, I was fully confident in knowing what value I could add to a company.