September 14, 2009

Alumnae Perspective

Each month, we'll be having our collegiate and alumane blog writers post about their Alpha Phi experiences. Want to write for the Alpha Phi blog? E-mail aschuman@alphaphi.org
Alpha Phi membership doesn’t end after graduating from college; it’s merely another step in the lifetime membership to our fraternity.
Whether you are a recent college graduate or you graduated in 1979, it’s never too late to join an Alpha Phi alumnae chapter. Currently, there are 137 chapters all across the United States and Canada promoting the values of why our fraternity was created by 10 women in 1872 at Syracuse.
By joining an alumnae chapter, you have the opportunity to meet other Alpha Phi sisters from chapters across the entire country and Canada.
Alumnae chapters offer a variety of activities ranging from book clubs, wine tastings and happy hours and games night to participating in philanthropic events. Another great reason to join is the networking aspect.
It’s not only alumnae who benefit from the alumnae chapters, it’s our collegiate chapters who receive support from these chapters in means of volunteers and participate in chapter’s formal recruitment, philanthropy events and alumnae events.

Lori Lyman-Losee (Beta Rho-Washington State)

For more information about alumnae chapters, to locate the closest chapter or to start up a chapter, visit the alumnae chapter listing or contact Paige Stallings at 847-316-8925 or e-mail at pstallings@alphaphi.org.

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