Become a Volunteer

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Below are our current volunteer opportunities at the national and regional levels. Click on the position title to view the complete description.

Many of our members are interested in a variety of volunteer opportunities. Complete the Volunteer Interest Survey to tell us more about you and your interests.

If you are interested in opportunities at the local level, such as advising a collegiate chapter or serving as an alumnae chapter officer, please contact your nearest collegiate and/or alumnae chapter.

Alpha Chi Omega’s collegiate and alumnae chapters are divided into geographical areas called provinces. Each province is served by a province collegiate chair (PCC) and a province alumnae chair (PAC). Province officers serve a three-year term, starting June 1, 2016 and concluding May 31, 2019. 
  • Province Officer
    • promote excellence in collegiate or alumnae chapter development
    • lead, guide, and impact collegians or alumnae in your province
    • responsible for growing and supporting an active and engaged alumnae or collegiate community in associated province
We have openings in the following locations:
To apply, email Arianna Bradley, Associate Director of Consultant Training & Volunteer Support.

NOTE: PCCs and PACs are given the honor of serving as voting delegates at each national convention; therefore, it is required that all province officers attend. The next national convention will be summer 2018 and held in Austin, Texas. 
All candidates interested in being considered for an open province position, must complete an application. Click here to apply.
  • Province Alumnae Chair Specialist - Support the Province Alumnae Chairs (PACs) and Director of Province Alumnae Chairs (DPAC). The PAC Specialist serves as a resource to PACs, recruits and trains PACs, encourages active interest in Alpha Chi Omega among PACs and serves as a representative of Alpha Chi Omega.


  • Chapter Advisors - Our chapter advisors are at the forefront of the Alpha Chi Omega experience. They leave a lasting impression and a lasting legacy. Below is a list of chapters currently without this vital support:
  • Eta, Bucknell; Lewisburg, PA
  • Xi, University of Nebraska; Lincoln, NE
  • Alpha Omicron, The Ohio State University; Columbus, OH
  • Alpha Tau, University of New Hampshire; Durham, NH
  • Delta Psi, University of California - Santa Barbara; Goleta, CA
  • Epsilon Nu, Boise State; Boise, ID
  • Zeta Xi, UNC Greensboro; Greensboro, NC
  • Zeta Chi, Mulhenburg College; Allentown, PA
  • Theta Psi, Columbia University; Columbia, NY
  • Iota Omicron, Lynchburg College; Lynchburg, VA
  • Recruitment Advisors - Recruitment Advisors assist chapters throughout the recruitment process. The following chapters are in need of immediate assistance:
    • Gamma, Northwestern; Evanston, IL
    • Beta Epsilon, Michigan State University; East Lansing, MI
    • Gamma Iota, University of Florida; Gainsville, FL
    • Delta Pi, University of Tennessee; Knoxville, TN
    • Epsilon Tau, Virginia Tech; Blacksburg, VA
    • Epsilon Omega, Cal Poly; San Luis Obispo, CA
    • Zeta Eta, Bradley University; Peoria, IL
    • Zeta Phi, Cornell University; Ithica, NY
    • Theta Psi, Columbia University; New York City, NY

  • Chapter Programming Specialist - Assist with the development and implementation of Programs with a Purpose (PWPs) by developing PWPs that will help chapters and members live the values of Alpha Chi Omega and build well rounded women.
  • Chapter Relations and Standards Specialist - Assist chapters in all areas of CRS. Outcomes include: improved sanctioning in CRSB, greater understanding and utilization of CRS policies, improving member accountability, increased understanding about the bylaws process and improved relationship between board and chapter members.
  • Finance Specialist - Assist VP finance, chapter/finance advisors and Alpha Chi Omega headquarters staff with mentoring chapters on financial responsibility, accountability and utilizing BillHighway, a financial software program used fraternity-wide.
  • Leadership Development Specialist - Assist chapters in all areas of leadership development, including but not limited to, officer transitions, executive board retreats, and chapter retreats.
  • Membership Programming Specialist - Support VP membership programming and advisors in the areas of sisterhood programming, senior programming, parent programming and community involvement as well as assist chapters in successfully implementing MyJourney, Alpha Chi Omega’s four-year life-skills program for collegians. 
  • Recruitment Specialist - Work with lead specialist(s) – recruitment and staff counterpart to assist chapters in all areas of recruitment. The recruitment specialist should have a familiarity with membership selection and at least one form of recruitment and its mechanics.
  • Risk Management Specialist - Assist chapters in all areas of risk management. Outcomes include: improved event planning strategies, greater understanding and utilization of risk management policies, greater understanding and utilization of the risk management committee, awareness of Alpha Chi Omega backstops and risk management philosophy and increase in risk management education within the chapter.

  • Ritual and Fraternity Appreciation Specialist - Assist collegiate chapters with activities associated with Alpha Chi Omega’s Ritual and fraternity appreciation in general. Each collegiate RFA specialist is assigned to a province, and typically works with one to three chapters and on one project.


Through the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation, you have the unique opportunity to create change by empowering one conversation, one experience, one moment at a time. Foundation volunteers provide the Alpha Chi Omega Foundation with resources necessary to engage members as donors.
  • Campaign Ambassadors – Working closely with Alpha Chi Omega Foundation staff, campaign ambassadors will help the Foundation conduct annual fundraising campaigns by serving as an ambassador on social media and in your personal Alpha Chi Omega networks.

  • Monthly Giving Committee – Expand education and reach of the Foundation’s monthly giving program, the Foundation Partners. Recommend new growth strategies and play a role in stewarding donors.

  • Collegiate Outreach Committee – Work with Foundation leaders and staff to develop a network of chapter-to-Foundation connections to share chapter news and strengthen educational awareness of the Foundation to collegiate women and chapters.



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