Sigma Chi is the oldest continuously operating fraternity at MIT. That’s a lot of alumni connections.
At Sigma Chi, we place a strong emphasis on professional development. When you join, you join with the understanding that brothers older than you are always willing to lend a helping hand, whether you’re working on problem sets or preparing for interviews. We are the largest continuously operating fraternity at MIT, and Sigma Chi is one of the largest fraternities in the nation. Our alumni network is massive, and it’s not uncommon to realize that the person you meet for coffee or in the office is a member of the brotherhood.
One of the standout features of Sigma Chi is its Horizons Huntsman Leadership Development Program, which provides members with a range of training and educational opportunities. These can include workshops, certificates, and summits, all of which are designed to help members develop their leadership skills and make a positive impact in their communities.
Another reason Sigma Chi is a great fraternity for professional development is the abundance of leadership opportunities within the chapter itself. Every class is expected to take on house responsibilities from early in their time at MIT, giving brothers the opportunity to develop under the mentorship of older brothers.