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Presidents Retreat

Aug 11-13, 2017

Regional Conferences

Oct 19 – Nov 18, 2017

National Convention

April 10-14, 2018

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PSE’s FOUNDING PRINCIPLES:

COMPETITION
SINCERITY
BELIEF
CHARACTER
ETHICS
CONFIDENCE
FAITH
KNOWLEDGE
WORK
SKILL
WISDOM
HONOR

PSE Mission

The mission of Pi Sigma Epsilon is to develop the sales and marketing skills of its members through experiential learning and professional opportunities.

The Efforts Of the Foundation:

In 1967, the Pi Sigma Epsilon National Educational Foundation was created to allow individuals and organizations the opportunity to support the fostering of sales and marketing education and encourage high scholastic achievement in those fields. This public, non-profit Foundation operates under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code exclusively for charitable and educational pursuits.

  • “The Pro-Am competition provides a competitive learning environment for aspiring sales professionals. Participants receive coaching from real sales professionals before the role play, and then receive instant feedback once the role play is completed--what could be better than that! You can read as many sales books as you want, but the Pro-Am sales competition is the best way to learn how to perform a sales call, identify your strengths, work on your weaknesses, connect with employers, and showcase your talent!"

    Pat Delehanty, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
  • President's Retreat completely opened my eyes and took anxieties off my shoulders for the upcoming semester. I came out of the weekend with a complete new outlook on Pi Sigma Epsilon as a national organization and with so many new ideas to implement in my chapter. I am a much stronger leader and person because of what I learned at this conference and it was one of the best experiences of my collegiate career.

    Caitlin Rutten, Appalachian State University
  • The pse presidents retreat is an excellent opportunity for students to join together and share ideas as well as work collaboratively to solve problems. It provided me with extensive information that will help my chapters executive board catapult our members into a successful career as an elite professional.

    Sarah Cook, Kent State University
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