The Rewards of Being a Pi Sigma Epsilon Faculty Advisor

d'Amico, Michael
June 2002
Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management;Summer2002, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p213
Academic Journal
The article presents Michael d'Amico's opinion on Pi Sigma Epsilon (PSE). He is the National President of PSE. PSE involves its members in projects, activities and competitions, of which d'Amico claims are sure to benefit students in their marketing and sales careers. D'Amico urges all professors and business professionals to look into PSE and consider helping out a chapter at their college or university. He believes that as a professor or as a businessperson, one can help students learn and succeed by serving as a faculty advisor or professional advisor to a nearby chapter of PSE.


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