VERMILLION, S.D. -- Kayla Foreman, president of Pi Sigma Epsilon at the University of South Dakota, was named a “Future Leader” at the 56th annual Pi Sigma Epsilon Nationals in Indianapolis, Ind. Foreman, of Orient, S.D., was also a finalist in the Top Project Manager competition at the event where chapters from throughout the United States have an opportunity to compete in sales and management skills contests.
Ivana Burns of Papillion, Neb., and Jarrad Emery of Brandon, S.D., also attended PSE Nationals on behalf of USD’s PSE Delta Mu chapter. Burns and Emery attended several workshops that provided participants with everything from networking opportunities to improving resume and interviewing skills. All three students from USD also participated in the Pro-Am Sell-A-Thon, a mock sales competition; and a case study involving a real company where students were required to offer analysis and advice.
Pi Sigma Epsilon is a USD co-ed sales and marketing business fraternity. PSE participates in many sales projects as well as philanthropy events to help educate members for the business world. Pi Sigma Epsilon-Delta Mu at USD was just re-chartered in 2010 and, with the addition of new members, has been working on projects around campus.