Sigma Phi Epsilon Class of 2014 - Where are they now?

September 24, 2014

The NYB graduating class of 2014 is one of the largest and most accomplished classes we have had in recent chapter history. Many have gone on to pursue professional education or straight into the workforce, boasting impressive first jobs. From pursuing legal education at Columbia and NYU to medical school at Tufts and University of Chicago, brothers are bringing the values of Sig Ep with them as they continue to learn and challenge themselves academically. Those bringing their talents into the working world serve as a software engineer at APT, a mechanical engineer at Sensata, an oil trader at Glencore, engineers for ExxonMobil, and many more. Several brothers additionally work with a variety of start-up companies. Wherever they may find themselves now, however, all of the class of 2014 has fond memories of their time in the chapter house. Whether remembering Duck Derby philanthropy, wishing they still had brothers to study with, or simply feeling nostalgic about the time spent hanging out during the weekends of their undergraduate years, we can be sure that these new graduates will stay a strong part of Sig Ep's alumni network as we wish them well in their careers.