Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Companions With U.S. Military To Mentor & Diversify Expertise
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Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. is doing its part to help black women join the military. The Divine Nine Sisterhood announced that it is working with the U.S. Army to promote and diversify talent in their rankings.
The Sisterhood will work with other fraternities and sororities through the National Panhellenic Council (NPHC) to develop new strategies that nurture talent and create new scholarships for historically black colleges and universities.
Today we are excited to announce a new partnership with the U.S. Army. This partnership gives Sigma Gamma Rho the opportunity to expose our members and affiliates to the many possibilities of the US Army. Congratulations to the Army and the Sisterhood! “Pic.twitter.com/xZBUbZw0bA
– Sigma Gamma Rho (@SGRho) February 9, 2021
“This partnership offers Sigma Gamma Rho the opportunity to expose our members and member organizations to the many possibilities of the US Army,” explains the international Grand Basileus Rasheeda S. Liberty in a press release BLACK COMPANY. “In recent years we have focused on extending membership benefits to those who have proudly served or are currently serving our country. This alignment enables us to make even greater impact and look forward to engaging the US Army in our programmatic advances and events throughout our centenary. “
The organization also shared the news on its Instagram page. “The partnership is designed to help advance the Army’s goal of developing, maintaining, and diversifying the best and brightest talent in America,” they write in the headline. “This partnership provides Sigma Gamma Rho with the opportunity to expose our members and affiliates to the many opportunities offered by the US Army.”