Alumnae Opportunities

As a membership-based organization, AOII relies on bold and dynamic volunteers to allow our sisterhood to continue to Inspire Ambition for future generations of women. We have opportunities ready to be filled with your talents at both the local and international levels. Find out how you can serve the Fraternity below.

 

2024 International Volunteer Directory


Contact Information

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Volunteering with AOII

Volunteers with Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity continue to experience a lifelong commitment through service to the Fraternity while they simultaneously Inspire Ambition for years to come.

 

International Volunteer Position Descriptions

To view all international volunteer position descriptions, click the button below.

VIEW VOLUNTEER POSITION DESCRIPTIONS

International Volunteer Application

If you’re ready to volunteer, please complete the international volunteer application by clicking the button below.

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Volunteer Locally

The health and vitality of our collegiate chapters depends on the involvement of local volunteers. Alumnae assistance is always welcomed for recruitment activities, involvement with chapter operations and events, and as mentors on the chapter’s Collegiate Chapter Advisory Board (CCAB).

To get involved with your local collegiate chapter on a CCAB, visit our chapter locator. To become an advisor at the local level, you do not need to fill out a volunteer application – contact the Chapter Advisor listed for your chapter of interest to learn about the chapter’s CCAB or volunteer needs.

International Volunteer Positions

International Standing Committee Vacancies

Network Vacancies

Local Volunteer Positions

  • Chapter Advisor
    • Alpha Mu (Duquesne U)
    • Epsilon Gamma (U of Northern Colorado)
    • Lambda Beta (California Sate U, Long Beach)
    • Lambda Psi (Arizona State U)
  • Finance Advisor
    • Alpha Phi (Montana State U)
    • Alpha Rho (Oregon State U)
    • Beta Kappa (U of British Columbia)
    • Beta Tau (U of Toronto)
    • Chi Lambda (U of Evansville)
    • Delta Sigma (San Jose State U)
    • Epsilon Sigma (Quincy U)
    • Gamma Sigma (Georgia State U)
    • Lambda Beta (California Sate U, Long Beach)
    • Mu Lambda (Rollins College)
    • Omega (Miami U)
    • Phi Chi (U of Chicago)
    • Pi Alpha (U of Louisville)
    • Theta Omega (Northern Arizona State U)
  • Recruitment Advisor
    • Alpha (Columbia U)
    • Alpha Mu (Duquesne U)
    • Chi Theta (Northeastern State U)
    • Delta Nu (U of Nevada, Reno)
    • Gamma Sigma (Georgia State U)
    • Kappa Lambda (U of Calgary)
    • Lambda Epsilon (U of Waterloo)
    • Mu Lambda (Rollins College)
    • Nu Beta (U of Mississippi)
    • Omega (Miami U)
    • Phi Gamma (Georgia College)
    • Pi Theta (Florida International U)
    • Theta Chi (Morningside College)
    • Theta Pi (Wagner College)
    • Theta Psi (U of Toledo)
    • Zeta (U of Nebraska – Lincoln)

Refer a Sister

Know a sister you believe is ready to volunteer? If so, please complete our Refer a Sister Form and a member of the Human Resources International Standing Committee (HRC) will connect with her to discuss all the opportunities she can Inspire Ambition.

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AOII Foundation Volunteer Opportunities

Alumnae members looking to donate their time and talent are always appreciated by the AOII Foundation. There are several volunteer opportunities for members to serve and help further the mission and vision of the Foundation. Learn more about AOII Foundation volunteer opportunities here.


Ambassador Programs

Recruitment, Ritual Education, and Training Ambassadors are International Volunteers who serve the Fraternity and our members by providing education through workshops and presentations on a requested basis. Each ambassador is specifically selected and trained to teach best practices, to help increase chapter confidence, and to educate members/advisors on resources/operations, recruitment, and ritual. Ambassador visits can be requested through AlphaLink > Chapter > Forms and Reports.

Ambassador Applications are open NOW through April 29, 2024.

APPLY TO BE AN AMBASSADOR

Recruitment Ambassador Program

Overview of the Recruitment Ambassador Program
The role of a Recruitment Ambassador is to lead collegiate chapters to reflect on their recruitment practices and how they can work together to enhance chapter recruitment performance, engagement, and confidence.

Recruitment Ambassadors are selected, trained, and deployed to provide recruitment training to our collegiate chapters. The purpose of the Recruitment Ambassador program is to facilitate the Fraternity’s Recruitment Curriculum, which focuses on: branding, the Fraternity’s International Membership Selection Program (IMSP), cultivating relationships, social excellence, and values-based conversations. Ambassadors are selected for their distinct ability to elevate the material with their own stories and experiences.

Who is eligible to be a Recruitment Ambassador?
Alumnae members of Alpha Omicron Pi who have a willingness to learn, enthusiasm for teaching and a passion for advancing the interests of the Fraternity are eligible and encouraged to apply. Applicable experience in training and facilitation is also desired. We are looking for members from all backgrounds, professions and experiences who are not currently engaged in other international volunteer roles with the exception of CCAB positions.

Recruitment Ambassador appointments are for two years with the option to reapply. This is not a Council position.

Ritual Education Ambassador Program

Overview of the Ritual Education Ambassador Program
The purpose of the Ritual Education Ambassador program will be to facilitate Ritual Education curriculum approved by the Rituals, Traditions, and Jewelry Committee and to help make knowledgeable Ritual educators more accessible to chapters. This program is to provide Ritual training and support to our collegiate and alumnae chapter members. Ambassadors are selected for their distinct ability to elevate the material with their own stories and experiences.

Who is eligible to be a Ritual Education Ambassador?
Alumnae members of Alpha Omicron Pi who have a love of Ritual and a willingness to learn, prior facilitation experience, and a passion for advancing the interests of the Fraternity are eligible and encouraged to apply. Applicable experience in ritual education or training is also desired. We are looking for members from all backgrounds, professions and experiences who are not currently engaged in other international volunteer roles with the exception of CCAB positions.

Ritual Education Ambassador appointments are for two years with the option to reapply. This is not a Council position.

Training Ambassador Program

Overview of the Training Ambassador Program
The role of a Training Ambassador is to primarily lead Executive Teams and also lead advisors to reflect on their experiences and how they can work together to enhance chapter dynamics and operations. The Training Ambassadors are entrusted with delivering workshops to Executive Teams and CCABs by using provided curriculum and elevating the material with their own stories and experiences.

Executive Team members play a crucial role in the success of AOII chapters and the promise to provide an exceptional membership experience and leadership development for all members. CCAB members play a crucial role in the success of the Executive Team officers. These trainings offer local leaders a chance at understanding the AOII roles they have voluntarily accepted and translating their responsibilities to the professional world, whether they are a collegiate or alumnae leader involved with the chapter.

The Training Ambassador program speaks to the Fraternity’s Ends by helping to cultivate extraordinary local teams and champion a culture of service and leadership. To assist in the achievement of these goals, the Fraternity provides leadership training to collegiate chapter leaders and the women who model and shape them, the advisors. This initiative will focus on training our collegiate officers on our Executive Teams, leading workshops on Officer Transition and Executive Team operations (and other workshops as requested), as well as trainings of Collegiate Chapter Advisory Boards (CCAB).

Who is eligible to be a Training Ambassador?
Alumnae members of Alpha Omicron Pi who have a willingness to learn, enthusiasm for teaching and a passion for advancing the interests of the Fraternity are eligible and encouraged to apply. Applicable experience in training and facilitation is also desired. We are looking for members from all backgrounds, professions and experiences who are not currently engaged in other international volunteer roles with the exception of CCAB positions.

Training Ambassador appointments are for two years with the option to reapply. This is not a Council position.

Questions about the Ambassador Programs?
Contact Samantha Kemp, Assistant Director of Education & Training.


Join an Alumnae Chapter

AOII has over 150 alumnae chapters across the United States and Canada and are a great way to stay involved as an alumna. Being a part of an alumnae chapter gives you a chance to stay plugged in and enjoy company of AOII sisters from all over.