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Volunteer

Do you want to make an impact on your sisters' lives? Do you have skills that could benefit your sorority? Volunteering on a local or national level is a great way to give back to Sigma Kappa. If you are interested in serving as a volunteer, or have special skills to share, please let us know by filling out a Volunteer Interest Form. Get more information below on volunteer opportunities:

 

Advisory Boards

Chapter advisors make a tremendous impact in the lives of collegians they serve. The role of the chapter advisor is to guide, advise, and support the collegiate chapter and chapter officers and monitor their progress. Chapter advisors advise the collegiate chapter officers on a variety of topics. They are responsible for the supervision of the chapter's affairs as related to Sigma Kappa, the campus, and the community.

 

Corporation Boards

Membership on a corporation board is an important and rewarding responsibility. A well-informed, practical, interested, and progressive board is essential to the continued success of the collegiate chapter.

Financial Advisors

The financial advisor is a resource for the vice president of finance. Financial health is very important to the success of our collegiate chapters. Collegiate vice presidents of finance have a large responsibility and manage big budgets. These VPFs try their best, but often need local assistance with financial policies, ledgers, and budgeting.

 

 

National Officers

There are many different national officer positions that range from recruitment to communications. To see a full list of national volunteer positions and job descriptions click here

 

 

Volunteering is a great way to stay connected to Sigma Kappa! Sigma Kappa is currently looking for Alumnae Panhellenic volunteers. To see if there is a need in your area click the dropdown below.

Alumnae Panhellenic Vacancies

What is an NPC Alumnae Panhellenic?

An Alumnae Panhellenic is a community-based organization, affiliated with the National Panhellenic Conference, whose membership is composed of representative alumnae from NPC member group fraternities and sororities. Alumnae Panhellenics exist to: 

  • Inform fraternity women of current trends.
  • Promote the fraternity system.
  • Improve the Panhellenic image.
  • Stimulate a continuing interest in Panhellenic affairs.

 

Alumnae Panhellenics have developed through the years as purposeful organizations of dedicated, capable alumnae. NPC recognizes their stabilizing force and appreciates the prestige of their excellent and varied contributions both to local communities and the purpose of women’s national fraternities and sororities. 

Check out the chart below to see if there are opportunities to represent Sigma Kappa at an Alumnae Panhellenic group in your area.

Events

Greater Baltimore Alumnae Panhellenic Association
Scholarship Brunch

Saturday, April 1 from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Radisson Hotel at Cross Keys

Contact: Brenda Amrhein
(410) 322-4508

 

Alumnae Panhellenics Needing Sigma Kappa Representation

State
City/Area
AL  Etowah County
Montgomery
BC Vancouver
CA Glendale - Burbank
Redlands
San Diego
San Bernardino
South Bay (LA Area)
Southern Orange County
CT Southern New England
FL Daytona Beach
Miami
Palm Beach County
Pensacola
Stuart Area
GA Greater Savannah Area
HI Honololo
IA Iowa City
IL Chicago North Shore
IN Bloomington (Indiana University Alumnae Panhellenic Council)
Hammond
KS Lawrence
Topeka
Wichita Alumnae Panhellenic
LA Baton Bouge
MD Greater Baltimore
MI Grand Rapids
MN Twin Cities
MS Natchez
NC Triangle
NJ Rancocas Valley
NY Mid - Hudson
OK Tulsa
OR Corvallis Area
Eugene Area
PA Central PA
TX Boerne
El Paso
Longview
North Dallas, Hebron Area
Texas Hill County
Tyler Area
Victoria
Waco
VA Tidewater
WI Madison
Milwaukee

 

If you have any questions, please contact Jan Behm, NPC - Second Alternate Delegate.

 

Easy Ways to Stay Connected

 

Join an Alumnae Chapter

Connect with alumnae in your area by joining a local alumnae chapter. Sigma Kappa has over 100 alumnae chapters, look here to see if one is in your area! For more information on starting an alumnae chapter, contact Sarah Eller, director of alumnae services. 

Check out the Sigma Kappa chapter map!

 

 
The Sigma Kappa Blog

Enjoy this virtual community where alumnae can connect on topics that interest them and read stories from their Sigma Kappa sisters. 

 

 
Follow Sigma Kappa on Social Media

Stay up-to-date on all the great things our organization and chapters are doing by following Sigma Kappa on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

Sigma Kappa Traveler

Connect with sisters as you travel the world together. Make new friends with like-minded Sigma Kappa sisters while a tour guide takes care of all the details. For more information, click here.

 

Why choose Sigma Kappa Travel?
  • Sigma Kappa is making it possible for sisters to travel the world together! Make new friends with like-minded Sigma Kappa sisters while a tour guide takes care of all the details.
  • Sigma Kappa’s educational programs and services benefit from our partnerships with our carefully selected travel companies at no additional cost to you.
  • Best of all, friends and family are invited to share the experience with you!

 

What travel opportunities are currently available?
  • Currently there are a number of great travel opportunities. To find out more, click here!
  • Be sure to join the Sigma Kappa Traveler’s Club here to receive updates and suggest the destinations you would like to see Sigma Kappa Travel journey to next!