Not much as far as we can tell, and we think that’s a good thing.

  • Going to college can be one of the biggest changes you’ll ever make in your life, but it’s made easier by the close camaraderie of the other members. You’ll get a level of support you may not ever experience again, and create friendships that can last a lifetime.
  • When you join a frat house or a sorority, you’ll meet people very much unlike yourself. They’ll challenge you to learn and process new ways of experiencing the world around you.
  • There’s a very high level of involvement required, and you’ll be compelled to jump in and exercise leadership skills you didn’t know you possess.
  • You won’t experience it now, but in the future you’ll be able to tap into alumni networks that will open the door to professional opportunities only available because of your association.

Fraternity. Sorority. They are fellowships. Just like a startup.

It can be a lot like a stereotypical frat party at Change Lane when we’re not working harder than we’ve ever worked before. Most of our team does enjoy drinking craft beers when we’re not working harder than we’ve ever worked before. And yes, there are frat-like videos we’ve posted on social media featuring the stuff we do when we’re taking a breather from working harder than we’ve ever worked before.

The Change Lane team has become a close-knit group of comrades. The support is amazing. We share a diversity that’s as deep as our passion for what we’re doing. Each of us is a leader one moment, and then a follower the next. The foundation of relationships we’re building today will support us far into the future. Just like a frat house.

Except it’s a startup. For us it’s also an incubator and a crucible. It is what it needs to be. We wouldn’t have it any other way.

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