The Triangle Education Foundation, through the generosity of Pierre & Sue Ellen Leroy, is able to award a fellowship to a deserving active member of Triangle Fraternity who excels in the areas of academics, chapter leadership and campus/community involvement. But most importantly shows creative problem solving skills and mastery in non-technical areas such as fine arts, communications or humanities. The Foundation will award one four-year renewable $2,500/year scholarship to a deserving applicant.
Pierre Leroy is a graduate of the University of Michigan and went on to receive his MBA at the University of Chicago. After several years in the financial world, he joined Deere & Company where he rose to the position of President of Worldwide Construction and Forestry, as well as the Global Parts Division.
Leroy is current serving on several Board of Directors for both private and public companies, including Capital One Financial. He currently operates The Pierre Group LLC, a boutique strategic consulting firm.
Applications are currently being accepted and the deadline is January 1, 2017. To apply online go to https://goo.gl/Udf4jV.
You are remarkable! When you invest in your promising undergraduate brothers, you are making an investment far beyond our chapters. Thank you for giving back to Triangle. Please click on the video below to see how you are changing the world.
Four Triangle Fraternity chapters were recognized by the Triangle Education Foundation at the 2016 Herb Scobie Leadership School for outstanding scholastic achievement during the 2015-2016 academic year.
The following chapters each chapter received a cash award in recognition of their academic achievement.
Highest GPA:Georgia Tech $2000
2nd place:Kentucky $1000
3rd place: University of Michigan $500
Most improved GPA:Cal Poly Pomona $1500
The awards are made possible through the generosity of the Kahlert Family Foundation in memory of Bill Kahlert minn46.
We know you're curious to hear what our attendees are learning at our national programs- so we went straight to the source! Below is undergraduate brother testimony from our Leadership Training Weekend as they were "in the thick of it" Please click on the video below to watch!