001A.jpg

Phi Kappa Theta actively develops men to be effective leaders who passionately serve society, Fraternity and God.

Phi Kappa Theta's Mission

Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country.
— Brother John F. Kennedy (Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 'A)

We live in a day and age where it is trendy to talk about “changing the world,” but how is that even possible?  If you actually embraced this challenge personally, where would you even begin?  As a global village, the problems and issues that we face across the planet are intimidating and overwhelming, and even within our smaller and more personal spheres of influence, there are so many pressing needs. As Phi Kappa Theta brothers who aspire to be servant leaders, join with brothers from around the country for a transformative 48 hours of inspiring instruction and invigorating interaction about the seven essential ingredients to actually changing your world… beginning first with yourself!   Each of Impact 18’s seven dynamic sessions will be facilitated by Dr. Michael Brown (Founder & Chief Consultant of DMB Coaching) in coordination with his entire team of five life coaches… and include motivational presentations, large-group interactions, round-table conversations, and unique thematic activities and learning exercises.

#PKTIMPACT18

What Drives You?

Take a ride with us as we chat with Phi Kap Alumni about their professional journeys.

Sean Guardian (SDSU, '14)

(S1:E11)

World traveler, working with Hurricane Yolanda victims in the Philippines; problem solving in the slums of Delhi, India; building homes in Nepal for victims of one of the largest earthquakes in its history, with plans to move on to Cambodia, teaching English and math to orphans in Phnom Penh.

Guardian said his time with the Fraternity was, without a doubt, the biggest single influence on his growth as an individual and a servant leader.