Professionalism Our key to quality and efficiency.

Professionalism is what the Beta Kappa chapter is known for around the UT-Austin campus. The chapter holds many educational professional events each semester. These events include, but are not limited to, hosting distinguished speakers, networking events, resume building, mock interviewing, and various educational workshops. Beta Kappa partners with companies and other student organizations to host many of its professional events, which increases the diversity of the attendees beyond Beta Kappa alone.


     

Professional Events and Activities

  • Mock Interiews and Resume Reviews
  • Beta Kappa offers its members mock interviews and in-depth resume reviews to set them apart for recruitment

  • Recruitment Panels
  • DSP frequently hosts recruiters to speak about available opportunities, as well as answer any questions for Deltasigs, and frequently for the UT community as a whole.

  • DSPeaks
  • Starting with the Fall 2014 semester, Beta Kappa hosts a signature speaker series with distinguished individuals from across multiple industries. DSPeaks has featured executives from local startups including Makersquare and Mass Relevance along with national brands including Twitter, Yik Yak, Rooster Teeth. DSPeaks has also brought CEOs to campus, such as Evan Spiegel (Snapchat) and Mark Cuban. Read more about DSPeaks.

  • Excel Workshop
  • Beta Kappa has periodically partnered with TUIT to allow our members to be proficient in Microsoft Excel and be competitive applicants for recruiting.

  • Career Fair
  • Beta Kappa hosts a private career fair for its brothers. Our career allows our brothers to make strong connections with recruiters in a smaller setting. Previously, the fair has featured recruiters from Goldman Sachs, Google, Oracle, Factset, and Liberty Mutual.


Delta Sigma Pi alumni have found success in internships and in full-time positions with companies across the board. Beta Kappa has seen its brothers snag positions with Accenture, Deloitte, General Mills, Target, Facebook, Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, Shell, Dell, Ernst&Young, and many more.