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In order for chapters to be successful they need the support of the Alumnae Advisory Committee (AAC) and Chapter Housing Corporation members (CHC), alumnae members who graciously dedicate their time and efforts to a chapter geographically close to their home. Volunteering your time to a chapter is fulfilling the value of Lifelong Commitment and without volunteer leaders like you; the success of each chapter would not be possible. Your commitment to Pi Beta Phi helps shape the future of the Fraternity, its chapter and individual members. We hope you will consider volunteering your time for an AAC or CHC near you.
Alumnae Advisory Committee (AAC) members work as a team with chapters to guide, support and advise on matters from programming to membership to recruitment. Your personal and professional experiences can help make a difference in a collegian's life and help build strong chapters. As a mentor, you will have the opportunity to share your knowledge with collegians and other chapter advisors.
Chapter House Corporation (CHC) members oversee the maintenance of a chapter house and handle financial and legal matters with respect to the property, including hiring of housing staff. CHC members ensure the safety and well being of Pi Phi collegians by maintaining housing facilities.Training is provided, though alumnae with skills in the areas of property management, employee relations, real estate and/or finance are excellent additions to any CHC.
Previous experience on your chapter's Executive Council is not required to hold an AAC or CHC role. Many of the valuable traits sought in AAC and CHC volunteers come from training or experiences outside of Pi Beta Phi. The Fraternity also creates online tools and resources to ensure AAC and CHC members have the training and information they need to be successful advisors.
Click on the "Modeling the Way" image to watch our volunteer video. To apply for an AAC or CHC position, visit www.pibetaphi.org/jobboard.