Just out of curiosity, are there any fraternities (or other organizations) out there that have particularly strong ties to Wall Street? I get that most people don't talk about what they did in college after they get a job on the Street. However, I feel like it could potentially help with getting connections to get that first job.
I would imagine that some of the older, Southern fraternities would have stronger ties (SAE, KA, Chi Phi, etc.). Anything else from what you've seen or heard?
And again, I get that for the most part-- nobody really takes fraternities too seriously and that the main value they add is the soft, interpersonal skills. Just wondering if there are any that have ties that could help with that initial placement.
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