What is alpha kappa psi?
Alpha Kappa Psi, also known as "AKPsi", is the oldest and largest professional business fraternity professional business fraternity in the world. Founded in 1904 at New York University, Alpha Kappa Psi has over 270+ chapters on 3 continents with over 270,000 initiated members worldwide. Alpha Kappa Psi's purpose is to create the principled business leaders of tomorrow by equipping our members with the skills to set themselves far above all others in the business world. Alpha Kappa Psi alumnus include the founder of Walmart, the co-founder of Reddit, 2 U.S. Presidents, the Editor-in-Chief at Forbes, and many more
Focusing on our Core Values, Alpha Kappa Psi, is has been able to be the leading developer of principled business leaders for over 115 years while focusing on high ethical standards, nobility, and brotherhood throughout the fraternity.
Alpha kappa psi at illinois state UNIVERSITY
The Xi Psi chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi was founded on April 10th, 2010 on the principles of promoting institutions of business education, developing future leaders and fostering appreciation for higher ideals in business.
The brothers of the Xi-Psi chapter represent the most ambitious and elite business students of the university. Through exposure to industry professionals, community service initiatives, and exclusive social events, members receive the most well-rounded college experience. Brothers have gone on to obtain positions in Fortune 500 companies, form start-ups, obtain a $250,000 deal from Mark Cuban on NBC's Shark Tank, be on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, travel the world, and so much more.
Guided by five core values, Alpha Kappa Psi focuses on providing ethical leadership and professional development. Through educational programs, community service and a hands-on application of formal education, Alpha Kappa Psi students use the business skills they are taught in the classroom to acquire life skills such as the art of compromise, consensus building, project management, interviewing, and networking.