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THE SORORITY HOUSE DIRECTOR’S SURVIVAL GUIDE

May – August is prime hiring season. Read this book NOW to prepare!

Dear mature woman friend,

Is there really such a thing as a career for mature women that values your age and experience? Yes! And you can begin after age 40, 50, or even 60!

Naturally, you must be curious about a job that you’ve probably never heard of, or never met another woman who has this job.

That’s why I wrote this book. Reading “The Sorority House Director’s Survival Guide” is the fastest way to learn about a hidden career that I — and thousands of other women — have really enjoyed. It may be a secret, but the job’s been around for something like 120 years!

Spring and summer is prime hiring time. Depending on the location, the job begins sometime in August.

So my friend, time is of the essence if you’re going to start this job when colleges resume for fall! That’s why you need to read this book and then act upon it.

As you’re reading this, hiring is going on right now.


“Just wanted you to know that reading your Survival Guide has given me an enormous amount of insight!”

“I now feel like I have some of the inside secrets ahead of time. As I correspond with people in charge of the sorority I will be working for I am finding out that much of what you discuss in the book is spot on.”
– – S.S., N.C


Take my easy shortcut. When you read my book you’ve got everything that took me nearly 20 years to learnthe hard way.

Who am I, and what do I know about this career? I’m Mona Meyers, an experienced sorority House Director. I’ve worked for several sorority organizations, at rural and urban universities, in different regions of the country. This career has made my life very adventurous, and secure. I’m not the least bit interested in retiring. And the great thing is, I don’t have to!

Rather than feeling sidelined because of my age, I’m energized by a lifestyle in a vibrant community. I have fun; being around smart,lively young women keeps me active.

So please, take my advice. Use it. But do it NOW if you want to get started this year.

This is a definite cycle to this business, since it’s tied to the university timetables. You need to be ready to step into your new job when the school year begins. And the reality of it is, you most likely will be making a move to do so. Are you prepared?

Making a career change is a big step. Make this book part of your job research!

If you’re not sure whether or not this job is for you, then read the book to find out for sure.

You’ll get a real sense of this field.

If you want the job even more after reading the book, then you’re ready to take the next step in the hiring process. If you decide the job’s not for you, then you won’t spend any more time wondering about this career choice, and move on in your job search.

Take this opportunity to do something good for yourself. You are making important choices for your future. Of course, you don’t want to get into something you don’t like. But you also don’t want to pass up something that might be exactly what you need.

This is the ultimate, basic, complete and thorough guide to finding your dream job and keeping it!

The first task of “The Sorority House Director’s Survival Guide” is getting you the job. It shows you how to find the jobs, since they tend to be hidden; then it gives you proven ways to apply for job openings.

It gives you successful strategies for interviewing well and the type of questions you can expect to be asked. You’ll have a head-start on the competition, and be well-prepared!

“The Sorority House Director’s Survival Guide” then helps you understand the sorority organization and your role within it.

Next the Guide walks you through a typical year and the type of situations that come up when working with this age group in this particular setting.

You’ll know what to expect from the day you move into your own apartment, until you lock up the house at the end of the school year.

Your duties are explained clearly so that you know how to handle Rush, deal with vendors, and meet the unspoken expectations of the job. This is especially important if you’ve never been around the sorority world.

Living in a sorority is a people-job, first and foremost

A very important component of the book are the real-life examples of situations House Directors have dealt with successfully. These will help you immensely, especially regarding staff issues. Dealing with staff composes the biggest part of your job. We give plenty of advice in this area. You’ll learn how to be a good boss.

“The Sorority House Director’s Survival Guide” will help you get off to a wonderful start in this new career. You don’t have to start off knowing nothing on the first day like I did. This book gives you confidence because you’ll know what to do.

DON’T DELAY! Learn all you can and get into Director’s hiring pool NOW!

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If you’d like to get a tremendous deal on all Sorority Mom’s books, choose the 3-get-1-free offer. It’s everything you need to be successful as a House Director.

You get the Survival Guide, my personal year-long meal planner and valuable tips for supervising your kitchen staff, my directory of all the sororities that hire House Directors across the country, plus my directory of university campuses that have House Directors.

It’s taken me years of living to compile all this knowledge.

I guarantee you won’t find anything else like this.

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“Helping House Directors Succeed” is the mission and motto of Sorority Mom!

Please use the rest of the Sorority Mom site to help you find a job. Get advice for writing your resume. Or use a professional resume service who knows how to make your life story fit this profession.

Don’t miss the job posting page. Sororities — and some fraternities — list openings. You won’t find that anywhere else.

We wish you happy job-hunting, and a very rewarding career!