Volunteer with pi phi

In 1867, 12 women laid the foundation for a sisterhood built on friendship, leadership and Lifelong Commitment. Over 150 years later, more than 2,000 dedicated volunteers serve and strengthen Pi Beta Phi every day. Engaged volunteers share their time to lead Pi Phi, regardless of age, location and ability. Their leadership gives members the opportunity to practice and grow their skills, while contributing to our collective success. 

View a list of current volunteer opportunities below; no previous Pi Phi volunteer experience is required for the following volunteer roles.

I choose to spend my time serving Pi Phi because what I got out of Pi Phi—and what I continue to get out of Pi Phi—fills my heart. It’s the people that make it special. I like to think I have an influence on growing our sisterhood. It’s important to model our commitment and show that when we say yes to Pi Phi, it’s not just for four years.

Ann Wear Wiley, Iowa Gamma

I feel so lucky to be able to give back to other chapters and younger members as a thank you for all Pi Phi has done for me. 

Brodie McMahon, Florida Epsilon

It’s been such a joy to now serve on AAC and get to know alumnae from other chapters, as well as get to know the women on a deeper level who may have shared my time in the chapter.

Carolyn Garski Crivello, Wisconsin Delta

One of my greatest joys in serving is the women I work with and wouldn’t have met otherwise.

Jennifer Davis Neville, Kansas Beta

Pi Phi gave me an amazing experience. I want to make sure that experience is there for collegians today all over the United States and Canada.

Julia Furtaw, Michigan Gamma

You don’t have to be a textbook definition of a leader to be a motivational influence and create positive change. 

Katie Goodnough, Montana Alpha

I’m helping to shape and develop young women through Pi Phi and practicing my own leadership skills at the same time. As I’ve developed relationships with collegians, I’ve also learned about bridging the gaps between their generation of sisters and mine.

Maria Gonzales Jackson, Ohio Theta


International Officers live the values we hold dear while giving their time and talent to better our sisterhood and support our members, chapters and clubs. Members should have experience serving on an Alumnae Advisory Committee or Alumnae Club before serving as an International Officer.

Operations Specialist

Region Three

The Operations Specialist oversees the work of the Vice President Operations, Director Leadership and the Alumnae Advisory Committee Operations and Leadership Advisors to ensure successful leadership, operations, management and advising of the chapters within a defined geographical region. 

Volunteer Stories

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2023 Alumnae Excellence Award Winners

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Pi Beta Phi Chapter at Birmingham-Southern College to Close

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Leading with values.

Pi Phi's collegiate and alumnae programming is designed to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.

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Every Sister. Every Year.

As a premier organization for women, we've supported and empowered our sisters since 1867. Your gifts to our Foundation provide the resources Pi Phi needs to ensure that work continues.

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We believe in the power of reading.

For more than a century, we've worked to inspire a lifelong love of reading that can unlock true potential, creating a more literate and productive society. Today, Pi Phis participate, donate and advocate for literacy through our Read > Lead > Achieve® reading initiatives — just as our sisters first did in 1912. 

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