Traveling Staff Application

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Dear Brother,

Thank you for your interest in working for Beta Theta Pi Fraternity. Each year, the program finds the best in Beta's broad domain to work with our chapters throughout North America, providing guidance and acting as resources for our groups on a wide spectrum of topics.
Leadership Consultants, Colony Development Coordinators, and Expansion Consultants come from areas throughout the USA and Canada, all with very different undergraduate chapter experiences. However, they all have one thing in common... A passion to help chapters develop Men of Principle and create an environment conducive to Beta Theta Pi's mission, vision and core values.

Before proceeding, please review the position's purpose and minimum requirements at

If you have questions about the job, application or hiring process, please contact:

Austin Marple, Jack Jajewski and David Greis
Directors of Chapter Operations and Expansion
(513) 523-7591
Thanks for applying and good luck!


Candidates with below a 2.50 cumulative grade point average (on a four-point scale) will not be eligible to apply.

The Beta Theta Pi hiring process occurs on a rolling basis.Therefore, while applications are not officially due until October 15, 2017, it is possible that  all open positions will be filled prior to that time.


 Responses (approximately one page in length) to the following questions:

  • What do you feel is currently the most challenging issue facing Beta Theta Pi's undergraduate members?
  • What do you see as the role of the Leadership Consultant or Colony Development Coordinator and how has your experience as an undergraduate member prepared you for this role? 

A current resume (in png, gif, jpg, doc, xls, docx, xlsx, pdf, or txt format) that includes the following information:

  • Career goals and objectives
  • Employment history (past three years)
  • All honors, awards, and/or areas in which you have distinguished yourself
  • Fraternity involvement, including office(s) held and and length of term(s)
  • Other campus involvement, including office(s) held and description(s)
  • Areas of outside interest, including hobbies, community service, etc.

Names and contact information (phone and address) for two personal references.

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