As a member-driven organization, Theta Tau relies on alumni volunteers who manage, lead and direct the programs, operations, and vision for the Fraternity. Below are just some ways in which alumni volunteer:
A board of alumni motivates and advises each chapter in all areas of chapter operations. As part of a Chapter Advisory Team, chapter advisers enjoy a rewarding opportunity to mentor, guide and support our student members.
House Corporation Board Member
Alumni with talents in facility management, personnel management, rental property or finance are encouraged to serve on a House Corporation. House Corporation volunteers budget for the purchase or improvements of a chapter house and provide oversight for housing and meeting spaces.
Alumni Club Officer or Member
Alumni clubs allow members to remain actively involved with Theta Tau after college through professional development, community service, or brotherhood events. Theta Taus of all ages are encouraged to start or join an alumni club and become involved as members, officers and leaders.
Theta Tau appoints regional directors for each of its geographic regions, and together they provide support, guidance and oversight for our chapters and chapter advisory teams.
Members with specific skill-sets and experience are a strong asset for national committees as needed.
Executive Council - Serving on the Executive Council is one of the most revered and honored volunteer roles within our Fraternity. The Executive Council serves as the board of directors for Theta Tau and is charged with managing the strategic vision and oversight of the Fraternity. Voted into office by our membership at Convention, the members of Executive Council serve two-year terms.
Have questions? Interested in volunteering? Contact the Grand Scribe.