My stepson finally graduated from college last week. I say "finally" because the woes of the Cal State system tend to make completion of a degree in a protracted process. A minimum of five years has been the norm for quite awhile, and six is fast becoming the new five because of budget cuts and such. His one significant extra-curricular achievement during this time was helping to reorganize a chapter of his fraternity that had been suspended for hazing and getting it restored to good standing with the university and the "National." The hazing business took place some time before he became involved. My question is, should he mention his fraternity involvement on his resume? I realize some people are very anti-"Greek." One the other hand, I wonder if it might help boost his stock with some potential employers. The fraternity in question is the largest in the nation, if that makes a difference. His degree is in economics and he hopes to enter the world of business in some capacity. Anyway, on balance, do you think mention of helping re-organize a fraternity chapter (the hazing part could be left out) would be beneficial or counter-productive in finding employment?