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Epsilon Sigma Alpha starts collegiate chapter at CSU

September 27, 2013

Epsilon Sigma Alpha (ESA) is a co-ed service/leadership organization that is active in 27 schools across the nation and Colorado State University is adding a chapter.

The organization supports St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Easter Seals Disability Resource Center, Hope for Heroes Veterans Services, local food banks, literacy, and more. While ESA is a national organization, each chapter chooses its own causes in addition to national ones, so members have a unique opportunity to support causes the chapter cares about.

Epsilon Sigma Alpha is an 80-year-old organization with the mission of helping students become their best selves through leadership, resume building, friendship, and community service. As the group is just starting, there is a unique chance to be a part of creating something that is unique, genuine, and will become a legacy to be continued on at CSU.

The project that is especially close to all ESA members is supporting St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. To date, ESA has raised more than $160 million to support research and care of battling childhood cancer. ESA leaders and members annually receive training to enhance fundraising efforts for the hospital.

Epsilon Sigma Alpha is coming to Colorado State University and is excited to  be a part of the Ram Nation. Learn more.

Contact: Mary Willson
Phone: (970) 223-2824