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Tips for Choosing Fraternal Organizations
Common within colleges and universities, fraternal organizations are secret societies that bond men together in brotherhood. While they originated centuries ago in Greece, fraternal organizations are still around today. From veterans organizations to college frats, fraternal organizations may have roots in religion or education. Check out these tips to choosing fraternal organizations:

Tip #1: Look Into Membership and All It Entails
Because many fraternal organizations have new member/pledge activities to indoctrinate people in the group, you have to seriously consider the pros and cons of joining. Membership usually involves some type of regular fee, not to mention a pledge to commit your time to volunteer opportunities. Membership also usually involves an induction ceremony where new members must promise to follow the organization’s mission. Make sure you’re truly on board with the group’s mission before committing. Although it is illegal at most schools, hazing is a big part of fraternal organization rituals.

Tip #2: Check Out the Fraternal Organization’s Affiliation
You’ll find that many fraternal organizations have their roots in anything from religion to business. Make sure you’re familiar with the background of the fraternal organization you’re considering, whether that’s commercial, governmental, political, educational or personal.

Tip #3: Fully Commit Yourself to the Group’s Mission
Belonging to a values-based organization means you must take on the mission of the group as your own. You may be asked to take on tasks that directly reflect that mission. That’s why it’s important to be completely on board with the fraternal organization in mind, body and spirit. With a focus on education, leadership, service and brotherhood, be prepared to commit yourself to a life-long connection, especially in regards to college fraternities. Gain a greater appreciation of what it takes to be a member of a community through participation in charity events and fundraising.

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I O O F Hall Write review for this local business
1445 Butte St, Redding, CA 96001
(530) 243-2041  
American Legion Post 720 Write review for this local business
4309 Vallecito St, Shasta Lake, CA 96019
(530) 275-8211  
Shasta Lake Lions Club Write review for this local business
4121 Shasta Dam Blvd, Shasta Lake, CA 96019
(530) 275-8007  
Loyal Order of Moose Lodges Write review for this local business
320 Lake Blvd, Redding, CA 96003
(530) 241-1006  
Knights of Colu Write review for this local business
2600 Shasta View Dr, Redding, CA 96002
(530) 221-8272  
Elks Lodge Write review for this local business
250 Elk Dr, Redding, CA 96003
(530) 243-5900  
Women of The Moose Chapter 615 Write review for this local business
320 Lake Blvd, Redding, CA 96003
(530) 241-4969  
Moose Lodge Anderson Write review for this local business
1597 South St, Anderson, CA 96007
(530) 365-7048  
V F W Post 9650 Write review for this local business
3210 W Center St, Anderson, CA 96007
(530) 365-9650  
Eagles Nest Pizza Write review for this local business
20633 Gas Point Rd Ste D, Cottonwood, CA 96022
(530) 347-6679  
Elks Lodge Write review for this local business
355 Gilmore Rd, Red Bluff, CA 96080
(530) 527-3421  
Masonic Hall Write review for this local business
822 Main St, Red Bluff, CA 96080
(530) 527-1203  
Red Bluff Moose Lodge The Write review for this local business
11745 State Highway 99w, Red Bluff, CA 96080
(530) 529-6666  
Eagle's Hall Write review for this local business
5941 Sacramento Ave, Dunsmuir, CA 96025
(530) 235-4313  
Masonic Hall Write review for this local business
25020 Tehama Vina Rd, Los Molinos, CA 96055
(530) 384-1985  
Masonic Hall Write review for this local business
1120 Solano St, Corning, CA 96021
(530) 824-5215  
B Poe 2333 Write review for this local business
326 N Mount Shasta Blvd Ste 9, Mount Shasta, CA 96067
(530) 926-2138  
Siskiyou Masonic Lodge 297 Write review for this local business
629 Alder St, Mount Shasta, CA 96067
(530) 926-1384  
Moose Lodge No. 1901 Write review for this local business
605 5th St, Orland, CA 95963
(530) 865-7444  
Masonic Lodge Write review for this local business
1110 W East Ave, Chico, CA 95926
(530) 893-3171  
Elks Lodge No. 423 Write review for this local business
1705 Manzanita Ave, Chico, CA 95926
(530) 343-1431  
Blue Cross & Blue Shield Write review for this local business
1907 Mangrove Ave Ste B, Chico, CA 95926
(530) 891-5433  
Eagles Aerie Foe 218 Write review for this local business
1940 Mulberry St, Chico, CA 95928
(530) 893-4951  
Table Mountain Masonic Temple Write review for this local business
5934 Clark Rd, Paradise, CA 95969
(530) 877-7852  
Familial bonds might be the closest, but fraternal organizations also offer their members brotherhood by admitting them into secret societies with their own traditions, Greek letters, and handshakes. Before you join an association of brotherhood, you will want to make sure that the organization represents your beliefs and give you the opportunity to do things that you enjoy instead of just wearing Greek letters that show your affiliation. When you contact the societies, you should find out what type of order they are. Some of them are associated with a religion, governmental, or commercial association. If you are interested in joining a religious fraternity, then you should ask them what religion the members subscribe to. Ideally, they will share most of your beliefs and concerns so that you can work together and discuss your common interests. If you want to join a fraternity at a school, then they probably require a certain GPA and commitment to community service, so ask them what their requirements are. The fraternal organization should be able to offer you more than just brotherhood. They should also give you some benefits that will help you in your career and studies. Some of the fraternities are social, but others are academic. You might not meet with them regularly, but they will probably have regular meetings where you can congregate with other people who belong to the fraternity. You should be sure to ask the organization how much they charge to enter their association before you commit to join the society.


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