New Members Initiated Into New England Fraternity
After cementing their legacy as the first-ever fraternity in National Aviation Academy (NAA) history, members of the Nu Epsilon chapter have a few new faces in their ranks! As part of the Alpha Eta Rho International Fraternity (AHP) a professional collegiate fraternity, the Nu Epsilon chapter was founded to bring together students pursuing careers in aviation.
On April 8, 2021, Nu Epsilon initiated the newest members of their fraternity! This marks the first initiation ceremony since the chapter’s inception. Congratulations to James M. and Raymond G. for joining the legacy crafted by NAA students!
Who is Alpha Eta Rho?
Founded on April 10, 1929, at the University of Southern California, Alpha Eta Rho is the oldest professional aviation fraternity in history. Membership in Alpha Eta Rho is open to all collegiate men and women who have a strong interest in, or who are currently seeking careers in any field within the aviation and aerospace industries!
Since 1929, AHP has had granted charters to more than 140 chapters many aviation colleges and universities. Currently, the fraternity recognizes over 60 active chapters in the United States and throughout the world. Alpha Eta Rho seeks to instill in the public mind confidence in aviation and its safety.
Garrett Connolly, Student Services Manager at NAA New England, presided over the initiation ceremony for the two new members. The ceremony began with a recitation of the ritual and distribution of the AHP fraternity badge, challenge coins, and certificates.
Alpha Eta Rho members have access to over 60,000 current aviation industry leaders, mentors, and 35,000 active alumni, connecting students to the highest levels of integrity and professionalism. Cultivating a fraternal bond with AHP will enhance the student experience while at NAA and also continue to serve alumni as they continue to grow and develop their aviation careers into the future.
The Nu Epsilon chapter use meeting times to conduct study sessions for all NAA students and organize activities to promote community and camaraderie!
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