Collegiate Chapter Vice President - Alumni Relations

The Delta Sigma Pi collegiate chapter Vice President-Alumni Relations role includes both maintaining the chapter’s ties to Fraternity alumni as well as preparing chapter members for the transition after graduation to alumni members. As your chapter’s Vice President-Alumni Relations.

Find a number of resources, including your officer packet, in the sidebar. These resources explain your roles and responsibilities as well as give you tips and resources to successfully complete your goals. A summary of your responsibilities include:

  • Keeping collegiate members informed of activities being sponsored by alumni chapters in their local area.
  • Educating members of the chapter about how they can continue to be involved in Delta Sigma Pi as alumni members.
  • Ensuring that the members of the chapter understand the purpose and activities of the Delta Sigma Pi Leadership Foundation and the importance of their support of the Foundation.
  • Communicating with the chapter’s alumni, other local alumni and the Chair of the Provincial Alumni Development Committee through a chapter newsletter or other form of communication.
  • Providing timely information about the chapter and its members to the editor of The DELTASIG.
  • Managing Founders’ Day, Alumni Day, and Homecoming activities. Use the event planning toolkit to help you plan anniversaries, reunions or similar events to engage Deltasig alumni.
  • Maintaining accurate records of chapter member address information in the National Fraternity’s database and promptly communicating any changes to the Central Office.
  • Actively seeking lost alumni and reporting found information to the Central Office.
  • Overseeing the acquisition, organization and maintenance of chapter historical information.
  • Coordinating mentoring relationships between collegiate members and both chapter alumni and alumni living in the local area.

For a complete listing of officer responsibilities as set in Fraternity policy, please refer to section B of the National Policy and Procedures Manual.

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