Sigma Iota Sparrows is a mentoring program, created by the Peaches, that follows the sparrow trinity principles. Gamma Pi Chi Social Service Sorority, mentors young ladies in high school on a path that leads to a college education an a bright future. Our plan is to teach them the purpose and importance of developing self-esteem, character, life and leadership skills. As peaches of change, our goal is to provide an safe haven that drives each young lady to see impossibilities as new possibilities in their lives. We look forward to providing an opportunity to teach respect, responsibility, and unity to be the foundation for sisterhood and a better way of life for these young ladies.
Mission: To provide a purpose driven life to young ladies in need through SPIRITUAL development, SOCIAL interaction, SERVICE.
Sparrow Trinity Principles: Spirituality, Social Skills & Service
Colors: Pure White and Princess Peach
Aiming high to reach the sky..... S.P.A.R.R.O.W. Aims: •To mentor, motivate, and, inspire •To put focus on the importance of education •To plant seeds of high self-esteem •To serve others in their time of need.
INTERESTED IN JOINING?
Potential Sigma Iota Sparrows must:
** Be in high school student
** Have a 3.0 G.P.A. or higher
** Actively participate in an extracurricular activity or club in or outside of school
** Obtain parent/guardian permission
** Provide a letter of intent
** Provide (2) letter of recommendation from a teacher, religious leader, community leader or member of Gamma Pi Chi Social Service Sorority
Gamma Pi Chi Social Service Sorority welcomes your interest in becoming a Sparrow Debutante (Grades 11– 12) or Sparrow in Waiting (Grades 9– 10). A Sparrow Cotillion has served as a cultural, social, and academic event for young ladies in our local high schools all over the state of Georgia. It is a once in a lifetime opportunity for each and every young lady invited on the journey. Participants complete community service projects, attend cultural events, social activities and workshops which focus on academic enrichment, career planning, etiquette and personal development.