Fraternity Foodie

Check out our latest travels (and food choices) at University cities all across North America!

Mike Spitalieri: How do fraternity and sorority members get the jobs and careers they want?

Check out episode # 37 of Fraternity Foodie that was filmed on Valentine’s Day with Mike Spitalieri, Co-Founder and CEO of Evolvez (www.evolvez.co), a company set up to help undergraduates find ambassador positions, internships, and full time jobs with dream companies. We find out why he chose the University of Pittsburgh for his undergraduate experience, how Evolvez came about, success stories with clients, the process of getting new top notch clients, how students can get their dream brand ambassador job, different positions they are offering today, aligning with fraternity and sorority headquarters, the plan for 2020, how students can create a perfect resume, and the best way for students to land their dream job working for their dream company. We also find out the best place to get pizza in New York City. Don’t miss this episode! Link to the video: https://youtu.be/W9sHX57roik

Phil Protomanni: How can fraternities & sororities be more effective in their philanthropy efforts?

Today we interviewed Phil Protomanni, the VP of National Accounts for Crowd Change. We talk to him about his choice to go to college at Western University in Canada, how Crowd Change started, why using technology for philanthropy will help you get better results, working with existing databases of contacts like alumni, administrators, and parents of our students, success stories from all over the country, advice for chapters trying to fundraise for a cause, what makes certain events successful, how we can get more fraternity and sorority headquarters onto the platform, and where to go for a good meal in Toronto. I know you’re going to enjoy this episode! You can click on this link to watch it: https://youtu.be/wX2BmG-jU64 or watch it below!

Robert Huffman: What is Movember and how can we get involved?

Check out episode # 35 of Fraternity Foodie with Robert Huffman, Head of University Development for Movember Foundation. We find out why Robert chose Florida Atlantic University, why he joined Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, how that led to other positions at FAU, why he’s working for Movember now, student success stories with Movember, how we can end the stigma regarding mental health with men, the signs that a brother or friend is struggling with mental health, what events Movember has all throughout the year (not just in the month of November), and where all the money goes once students raise the money on their campuses. We’ll also find out the best places to eat in Los Angeles, California, and where you can go to get more information about Movember. This is an incredible episode! Watch the video with this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bp4K-xegB24 or watch it below.  

Rich Herrera: How Fraternity Helped My Career in Sports Broadcasting

Check out episode #34 of Fraternity Foodie where I interview Rich Herrera, a broadcaster, play by play announcer, sports anchor, talk radio entertainer, and so much more. We talk about his experience in Sigma Pi Fraternity at Cal State Bakersfield, why he joined the fraternity, how it has helped his career, diversity in college fraternities, how being Hispanic in sports radio is viewed by outsiders, his favorite memories of being on the air, how to get a job working for a baseball or football team, his philanthropy work, and his favorite places to eat near stadiums all across the country. I even get to ask him about the baseball sign stealing scandal. Don’t miss this fun, entertaining, and informative episode. Click here to watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ne-QWnQwMOk