Answered by Ashley, Hiring Expert at Cardinal Health, on Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Great question! Being able to demonstrate leadership experience on your resume looks great to potential employers. In my experience, it is very common for students to list their experience with a social fraternity, especially if they have held a leadership position. Most employers would not look at this experience negatively. I think it is more about how you frame up your experience and involvement when speaking to a recruiter. As always, keep it positive and demonstrate skills you have learned in the position and what your key responsibilities are. If you made any improvements in the role, be sure to include those as well!