Who can join SAM?
Sisterhood of Aggie Mentors is a non-discriminatory organization that welcomes and encourages any and all students who feel led to join the organization. It welcomes all females enrolled at Texas A&M, Blinn, or Blinn Team.
When can I join SAM?
New members will be selected in the Fall after our application and interview process has been completed.
What are the goals of SAM?
How do I maintain my membership in SAM?
Membership is kept by attending all general meetings, paying dues by deadlines, and collecting enough points through social and outreach events.
How much are dues?
Dues will be $180 and will be paid at the beginning of each semester to the Financial Development Director with the assistance of the Executive Team.
We focus our mentorship on Youth in the BCS area through a partnership with Big Brother Big Sisters and Pecan Trail Intermediate. We participate in outreach events that BBBS deem beneficial to the students. We build relationships with elementary, intermediate, middle, and high school girls and pursue active character development through mentorship. We serve the community through our contributions to our philanthropy, The Mercy Project. As well as our participation in various service projects that benefit the BCS area. We cultivate relationships between members of S.A.M. through social events and adequately train members to successfully mentor students.
What are some of the social events with SAM?
Some of the fun social events we have include mixers, date parties, semi-formal, formal, philanthropy events, holiday parties, etc.