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SCOP

Description:

Contact person:

President - Bianca Di Paolo (BiancaDiPaolo@kings.edu)


ΣΚΣ

Sigma Kappa Sigma ΣKΣ

Description:

Sigma Kappa Sigma can be seen serving the community on and off campus with an array of service projects from ushering mass to habitat for humanity. Also Sigma Kappa Sigma is becoming a core part of King's College School spirit.

Contact person:

President - Richard Hardy (RichardHardy@kings.edu)


ΣKT

Sigma Kappa Tau ΣKT

Description:

Sigma Kappa Tau sorority is to promote the highest caliber of Christian womanhood. Every member of Sigma Kappa Tau gives public example of this Christian woman hood through her service to the student body, to the faculty and administration, to the community and the the college of Christ the King.

Contact person:

President - Kathleen Burns (KathleenBurns@kings.edu)


Human Resources Management Association (SHRM)

Description:

Contact person:

President - Caitlyn Ferry (caitlynferry@kings.edu)


Sports Medicine Society

Sports Medicine Society

Description:

The Sports Medicine Society is composed of mostly athletic training and other health care oriented majors. Our society focuses on Service, Educational, Social and Fundraising activities. The society is involved in nemerous service activities such as Bowl For Kids, Trick-or-Canning, the CEO food drive and many more. We often bring in a number of doctors and other health care professionals, including local doctors and surgeons, to advance our education and knowledge. We host an annual Christmas party, field day, 5K fun-run, attend local SWB Penguins and Yankee games. The society also hosts an annual Golf Tourn. and other fundraising activities to raise money which has helped send members to annual professional conferences in the past.

Contact person:

President - Steven Davi (StevenDavi@kings.edu)


Student Allies for Equality (SAFE)

Description:

Student Allies For Equality (SAFE) is the Ally organization of King’s College. SAFE consists of a group of dedicated individuals who seek to foster awareness, understanding, and acceptance of the many issues facing the LGBTQ community. While this is our primary goal, we also maintain other important objectives such as the continuation of a ‘safe’ environment free of bias through educating the campus community in understanding the complexities of sexual orientation-identification. In addition, we aim to unite the campus community by various means of proactive events such as open discussions of LGBTQ issues within the campus and surrounding community.

Contact person:

President - Bradley Mauro (bradleymauro@kings.edu)


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