In honor of Rho’s founding 161 years ago at Lafayette College, we are pleased to announce the endowment of the DKE internship fund to provide an internship stipend to Rho Dekes and legacies of Rho Dekes. The College will administer the endowment and award the stipend through the College’s Office of Career Services to those students who meet the College’s eligibility criteria.
Thank you to all of the alumni and friends who contributed to the 160th Anniversary Campaign. You made this endowment possible and are opening up new internship opportunities for students. Thank you also to the College for working with us to create the endowment – and for passing the savings associated with the under budget DKE House Renovation to the DKE side of the ledger, which will make this endowment grow faster than previously planned.
This endowment is a part of the Live Connected Lead Change Campaign for Lafayette College. When DKE succeeds, Lafayette succeeds!
Happy Founders Day to all Rho Dekes.
We began a LinkedIn group for all members of the Rho Chapter of Delta Kappa Epsilon. Join the LinkedIn Group today to get connected with your fellow Dekes to share career opportunities, expand your professional network, and learn how you can help Lafayette students.
There are two more job openings posted in this thread for a DBA and an Environmental Scientist. Alumni, please post other openings in that thread. Don’t forget to register and then create a thread requesting access to the private section of the forum. This keeps spam down and ensures only our members have access to the private section of the discussion forums. As always, if you have any questions please contact one of the officers with any questions.
Several alumni have requested a way to post job opportunities for recent DKE graduates. We created a thread for this on our private forums . You’ll need to register to receive access. Make sure you answer the anti-spam question at the very bottom of the registration page. The question is “What fraternity are you a member of?” Hopefully everyone remembers that much.