Become a Volunteer

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?

The real rewards are intangible. They include, but are certainly not limited to:

  • Adding to a student’s fraternal experience
  • Gaining opportunities by working with other alumnae
  • Passing on life experiences to those who share the bond of Sigma Delta Tau
  • Developing and directing a chapter towards excellence; ensuring its future success
  • Continuing friendships gained in school, while developing new ones
  • In some cases, helping a chapter recover from a difficult situation
  • Being a role model and teacher to undergraduates at a highly developmental stage
  • Gaining fulfillment from observing young women mature
  • Enhancing loyalty to Sigma Delta Tau
  • Giving back to the Sorority what it provided you as a student member

Sigma Delta Tau works hard to provide each undergraduate chapter with an active local advisory board. All local boards are anxious for more volunteers!

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Below is a sampling of some of the opportunities available:

  • Serving as a  Chapter Advisor or on a Chapter House Corporation Board
  • Organizing an alumnae event in your hometown
  • Volunteering to serve on SDT’s Centennial Planning Team
  • Working as a financial advisor to an undergraduate chapter
  • Contributing articles for the SDT TORCH Magazine
  • Assisting college seniors with career networking skills
  • Serving as a workshop presenter at SDT’s Leadership School
  • Joining your city’s Alumnae Panhellenic Association

Alumnae Advisory Boards for Undergraduate Chapters
Every alumna has the ability to make an impact on SDT, a chapter, or even just one member. In doing so, the alumna is adding to the quality of everyone’s fraternity experience. More specifically, the benefits of direct alumnae support for a chapter can be significant by:

  • Providing an “experienced” perspective by supplying the undergraduate chapter with information, expert knowledge and insight
  • Assisting the chapter in making the tough sisterhood decisions thus helping members develop self-discipline and responsibility
  • Teaching techniques of good leadership and fellowship
  • Providing long-term continuity in chapter operations
  • Assisting the chapter in utilizing resources more effectively
  • Helping the chapter obtain more alumnae support and involvement
  • Assisting with career counseling
  • Furthering the fraternal experience