Volunteers are the heart of the current and future success of the Sorority. Giving back to Sigma Kappa, volunteers have the opportunity to help shape tomorrow’s leaders, share their unique talents with alumnae and collegians and be part of the Sorority leadership team. For our volunteers, there is continuous leadership and personal development, an opportunity to mentor women and influence lives and opportunities to travel and networking.
Interested in becoming a volunteer?
Please let us know by completing the Volunteer tab on your member profile. To access your member profile:
- Log into the members only side of the Sigma Kappa website, which will take you directly to your profile dashboard
- Scroll down to the Edit Profile section
- Click on the "Volunteer" tab
- Click "Save" once you are done
Once you have completed your volunteer tab, members of our staff and volunteer teams will be in touch about opportunities that match your interests.
Whatever your interests might be, there are plenty of opportunities for involvement!
- Serve on a local advisory or corporation board
- Give time to a chapter by facilitating workshops
- Join an alumnae chapter to meet new friends and become involved in your community
- Get involved in a regional or national level by serving on a variety of committees or as a national officer
Sigma Kappa has a place for you to match your skills and interests with our chapter and alumnae needs!
Collegiate chapter advisors guide, advise, and support the collegiate chapter and chapter officers. These members monitor the chapter’s progress, guide in the operations/business of the chapter, and advise the executive council on chapter affairs related to Sigma Kappa, the campus, and the community. Advisors can be expected to give up to 20 hours or more of time a month to their role.
Corporation Boards & Facilities Committees
Corporation board and facilities committees foster safe, attractive and relevant living and learning environments for the collegiate members. These members are essential to chapters with housing providing management of contracts, financials, and employees. Corporation board and facilities committee members can expect to give up to 20 hours or more of time a month to their role.
Alumnae Chapter Officers
Alumnae chapter officers support the business and operations of the local alumnae chapter. These officers vitally engage sisters in the lifelong alumnae experience. Alumnae chapter officers can expect to give up to 10 hours of time a month to their role.
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. Members who serve as a representative inform fraternity women of current trends, promote the fraternity system, improve the Panhellenic image, and stimulates a continuing interest in Panhellenic affairs. Representatives can expect to give up to five hours of their time a month.
Regional & National Opportunities
National officers are appointment by national council to serve in a capacity of roles. To see a full list of national volunteer positions and job descriptions click here. The time commitment can and will vary depending on the role and expectations. If you have questions regarding any of the roles, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of the sorority staff will be in touch.
Live with Heart Facilitator Team
Looking for an opportunity to work with our collegiate members in a capacity that involves a shorter time commitment? Do enjoy facilitating for larger groups of people? Then you should check out our new Live with Heart Facilitator Team. Visit this Frequently Asked Questions document to learn more.
Short-Term Volunteer Opportunities
Task force members are assigned to address a specific issue within a specific timeline. The members are appointed by national council. Past task force examples have been National Headquarters task force and NPC Rotation task force. If you have questions or are interested in task force opportunities, reach out to email@example.com.
Work group members are assigned to review a program or project, with a timeline and work product to develop. These members are appointed by national council and report to council through a specific council woman. Past work group examples have been Promise for New Members work group, the Initiated Member Experience work group, and the “website review work group. If you have questions or are interested in work group opportunities, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Committees and their charmen are appointed by national council and are tasked with issues of organizational importance to be reported at national convention. There are five standing committees: Past National Presidents, Bylaws, Investement, Audit and Finance. If you have questions or are interested in commitee opportunities, reach out to email@example.com.
Do you have interest and experience in content development? Do you enjoy thinking outside of the box to identify new programming solutions to common problems? Members of programming creative teams work to provide full cycle programming solutions to meet various needs of the organization. Creative teams are organized by topic area and work under a specific timeframe to develop new and innovative resources for our membership. If you have questions or are interested in opportunities on the creative teams, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.