Alpha Chi Omega would not be the organization it is today without the generous contributions of time and talent from members throughout the nation. Whether they work at the local or national levels, these women supplement the work of our board and staff and help our organization accomplish far more than it otherwise could.
Our formal volunteer recruitment and placement process takes place during the spring of convention (even) years, however, if you are interested in being considered for any vacancies or having your volunteer interests on file with us, please submit the following volunteer interest survey. Thank you!
Volunteer Interest Survey
National Nominating Committee Collegiate Member (not seeking applications at this time)
State Chair positions are open in the following states:
New York (could use additional help)
Ohio (could use additional help)
Florida (could use additional help)
Contact Kassie Kissinger, Director of Lifetime Engagement, if you are interested in any of our volunteer opportunities.
Research has shown that the volunteers who are most satisfied in their roles are our collegiate chapter advisors. Chapter advisors are at the forefront of the Alpha Chi Omega experience. They are often the only Alpha Chi Omega volunteers many of our members ever meet. They leave a lasting impression and a lasting legacy. Below is a list of chapters currently without this vital support.
- Epsilon Omega, Cal. Poly-San Luis Obispo, CA
- Alpha Pi, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND
- Delta Pi, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
- Delta Omicron, Portland State University, Portland, OR
- Alpha Iota, University of Vermont, Burlington, VT
- Zeta Theta, Brown, Providence, RI
- Kappa Mu, University of Texas-Tyler
- Beta Mu, Pennsylvania State University
Think of the legacy you could leave, and consider volunteering today. Contact Billi Carson, Associate Director–Consultant Training and Volunteer Support, for more information.
MyJourney is Alpha Chi Omega’s four year membership program. The program creates an intentional connection to our core values of wisdom, devotion, and achievement while also relating to the life experiences collegiate members face during each academic year of their college career. This program is peer facilitated; meaning sisters from the chapter facilitate discussions and conversations amongst their peers. MyJourney Specialists are alumnae who support the chapter, at the local level, in their questions, concerns and facilitations (if applicable). MyJourney Specialists travel to and train collegiate facilitators during regional training sessions.
For more information, contact Amy Colvin, Director of Education and Leadership Initiatives.