Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity

Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity is listed in the Fraternities & Sororities category in Bloomington, Indiana. Displayed below are the social networks for Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 95.

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1412 N Jordan Ave
Bloomington, IN 47406
(812) 339-6755
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Today's #FridayPiday starred in a film that followed his journey from high school through the IDF:…

Welcome to #FridayPiday! Striving to become the best has always been a priority to Brother Eden Adler (Hebrew University, 2018). To him, it is important to empower others by being a role model. Brother Adler is a commander in the Israeli Defense Force’s (IDF) 101st Paratrooper Brigade basic training base in reserve. “Being in the Israeli army can be hard to explain because there are a lot of hard times combined with good times.” At 21 years old, he was responsible for leading a group of 42 recruits and three sergeants. “To lead that many people at such a young age was amazing and made me see that I want to continue inspiring people in my professional life.” He was chosen to be part of a movie filmed by Jerusalem U-- Beneath the Helmet: From High School to the Home Front. This story follows five Israeli high school graduates who are drafted into the army and shows how they learn and grow on their new journey. “I was in the right place at the right time when I was chosen for the movie. The producer needed someone who spoke English and I was one of two Israelis who raised their hand.” Two weeks later, they started filming and the rest is history. “I really didn’t notice they were even filming. I was so focused and concentrated on training my soldiers that it didn’t faze me.” He didn’t see the film until it’s 2014 New York City premiere. Beneath the Helmet became a memory of his service and travels. The production showed how important it is to maintain the bridge between the Jewish people and the diaspora in Israel. Eden’s mother has always been there to support him. When they moved to northern Israel, he couldn’t read or write. He had a lot of issues with concentrating in school but she pushed him to study more. “She was the biggest influence on me. Never giving up, she always fought for my best interest. In the end, it paid off that she always believed in me.” Now he is attending The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and doing what he loves. Jerusalem is a central part of Brother Adler’s life. Everything is happening there and it’s a busy place for politics and government. He is currently studying international relations and political science and hopes to help the Jewish people fight anti-Semitism and the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) Movement. To do this, he speaks on college campuses about Beneath the Helmet and is involved with AIPAC – The American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Students Supporting Israel - SSI, Hasbara Fellowships and the Bet chapter of AEPi. He aspires to eventually be the prime minister of Israel. “Before AEPi, I was always Israeli first and then Jewish. With this close-knit group of friends, I have found my connection to Judaism before my nationality.” He believes his identity has grown immensely because of AEPi. The fraternity has remained a place where he can gain knowledge and experience in managing. He served as Rush Chair last year and is currently the Master. “When I was Rush Chair, Israelis always asked me how AEPi would enhance their experience at the university. To me, AEPi has the same feeling of brotherhood that is found in the army. The same people that supported me in the IDF support me here.” “Every day, ask yourself how you can be better. Whether it’s a better person, leader or friend, believe in yourself and do not give up.” To learn more about Beneath the Helmet or host a screening, click here: #ProudtobeaPi ********************************** Each week, we're highlighting undergraduate and alumni brothers doing great things on their campuses, in their communities or in their professions. Let us know if you have any worthy nominees:

Alpha Epsilon Pi added 63 new photos to the album: Los Angeles Celebration Gala - 2017 — with Jeffrey Simon and 2 others.
AEPi was thrilled to present our Centennial Leadership Award to David Suissa, and the Fishel Family Award for Distinguished Leadership to Marc Newburger-Dare and Jeffrey Simon on Tuesday, April 25 2017.

Alpha Epsilon Pi with Charlie Cohen and 6 others.
More than 230 fraternity and sorority students and alumni (including #AEPi staff and undergraduate brothers) are on Capitol Hill today to encourage legislators to include the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act (CHIA) in tax reform. This simple tax code fix will increase safety and affordability of our housing. Click to take action: Special thank you to Brother Rep Josh Gottheimer (Pennsylvania, 1997) for joining our staff and brothers this morning. #ProudtobeaPi #passCHIA

230+ fraternity/sorority members are on Capitol Hill today to lobby to #passCHIA. Click to contact your legislators…


We're proud of our undergraduates' work to ensure that the world never forgets & the survival of the Jewish people.…

“Thou shalt not be a victim, thou shalt not be a perpetrator, but, above all, thou shall not be a bystander.” — Yehuda Bauer On Yom HaShoah, the solemn day of remembrance of those killed in the Holocaust, AEPi is proud of the work our undergraduates do to ensure that the world never forgets and that the Jewish people will survive. #NeverForget

Today's #FridayPiday has a passion for teaching others about nature and our effect on the environment:…

Welcome to #FridayPiday! This week’s feature is in honor of Earth Day. Nature and the outdoors have always been a profound passion for Matt Duncan (California State University – Fullerton, 2013). His dedication to educating others about our planet led to the creation of The Upcycled Toys Club, a family friendly recycling activity series. This storybook and activity guide follows the story of Evan, a young boy who learns to build toys from recycled materials. “The activity component of the story encourages children to make ten of the toys from the plotline. It’s cool because it shows families they can make toys with what they have rather than going out and always buying new things.” In addition to The Upcycled Toys Club, Brother Duncan, along with his partner, Brianna Greenspan, also oversees Earth-Centric Innovations, providing environmental sustainability consulting for companies in educational fields. Its mission is to evaluate how a business’ operations are affecting the environment and what it can do to be more “green.” The curriculum he writes is generally aimed at camps, youth groups and schools in a formal educational setting. “People haven’t really noticed our impact on the environment, they just see an abundance of resources and take advantage of them. Now that it’s 2017, we’re starting to wonder if the actions we’ve been taking are having a much bigger impact on Earth than we anticipated.” He credits his interest in nature to the Boy Scouts of America. At age nine, he immediately connected to their involvement with the environment. As he got older, he found more comfort and spirituality in nature. Whether it’s camping or climbing a mountain, being an outdoor person has guided his actions in life. “Being an eagle scout was one of the moments I’m most proud of. People ask why I was so infatuated with it and honestly it’s because it was a series of amazing experiences that shaped my life.” Brother Duncan went to Fullerton hoping to work with children with special needs. Having learning disabilities of his own, he had to cope, adapt and live life differently. One of his goals is to open a Jewish summer camp for children with special needs. He has always worked in Jewish education whether it was teaching, tutoring or working at summer camps. After earning his bachelor’s degree in developmental psychology, he went on to get his master’s in education with a certification in experiential education. Brother Duncan was a member of the Beta pledge class of the Chi Phi chapter. “I was very actively involved since we were so young at the time. I held multiple e-board positions and had tremendous leadership experience from being part of the group. I was happy to have a place I could funnel my energy into.” Both he and his partner had the opportunity to study permaculture at Kibbutz Lotan & Center for Creative Ecology in Israel. Once they returned, they were looking for Jewish organizations to uphold sustainability and teach it to their kids. “There’s so much in our Jewish teachings that really reflect that we should be protecting the Earth we’ve been given. We need to look at this as a privilege and not a right. While we both want to focus on Judaism, we want as wide of an audience as possible. However, if we can teach about the environment from a Jewish perspective that’s even better.” He is working on a second book aimed at adults rather than children. His hope is to teach families different ways to start engaging in environmental sustainability as a lifestyle, but doing so in baby steps. “My goal by reaching out to the parents is to have them look at it on a smaller scale and continue to build up their environmental awareness.” Brother Duncan’s lifetime goal is to visit all 58 national parks and either camp or climb in as many as he can. He remembers his favorite experience in nature at a gorge in central California that stretches over three miles. Whether it’s climbing, camping or off-roading, he is always up for the challenge. “I’m a big traveler and I hope to explore as much of nature as I can in my lifetime while influencing others to do the same.” "My time as a member of AEPi taught me a lot of invaluable life lessons that have carried forward into everything I've done since college. These skills have helped me to launch two companies which are always seeking to add immense value to our clients, helping them to make massive impacts in the communities they serve. I owe a lot of my success to my time in AEPi; not only for the skills I learned, but for the connections and friendships I made along the way." Learn more about The Upcycled Toys Club here: #ProudtobeaPi ********************************** Each week, we're highlighting undergraduate and alumni brothers doing great things on their campuses, in their communities or in their professions. Let us know if you have any worthy nominees: