College and Beyond
Vice President of Alumnae Relations contact information :
Jacinda Brooks (Thetamuvpar@gmail.com)
Sigma Kappa provides each member opportunities for growth and development! Whether that be by serving as a chapter officer or participating in membership programming. During your time as a collegiate member you will be given the opportunity to grow your skills in the five competencies Sigma Kappa’s education focuses on: National & Global Citizenship, Career Readiness, Meaningful Relationships, Self-Awareness & Development, and Holistic Personal Wellness. Through these competencies you will gain valuable skills and experiences that will take you into the next phase of your life and beyond!
After graduation, sisters have the opportunity to remain involved in the organization for years to come! With over 165,000 members worldwide and 106 alumnae chapters in 34 states, you have the opportunity to connect with women wherever you go! Alumnae membership looks different for each of our members. Some are involved in an alumnae chapter who meets regularly for activities and service events, while others are advisors for a local chapter. Our members are able to continue their personal and professional development with Sigma Kappa through social and philanthropic activities with other alumnae members. The possibilities are endless and your Sigma Kappa involvement can and will look different over time based on your life experiences!
Alumnae Initiate Information
Alumnae and collegiate chapters across the country are encouraged to invite women who have never joined a National Panhellenic Conference sorority to be a part of our Sigma Kappa sisterhood through the alumnae initiate program. These women are all around you and may have roles in your life such as university faculty or staff, friend from a business association or charity league, personal friend or co-worker. They may be your mothers, sisters, daughters, aunts, or friends.
A prospective alumnae initiate should be invited to several non-ritual events with the alumnae and/or collegiate chapter. These events should teach her about our heritage, philanthropies, values and the national organization. Once a prospective alumna initiate expresses a desire to be a member of Sigma Kappa, she should complete an Alumna Initiate Application. This application requires two Sigma Kappa alumnae to recommend her for membership, and reference letters may be provided by the alumnae to support the recommendation.
It is important to start the paperwork at least one month prior to Initiation to allow the collegiate chapter time to conduct a vote and to ensure all the paperwork is process at national headquarters. If you would like to learn more about this process or qualifications for becoming an alumnae initiate, please contact Sarah Eller, director of alumnae services, at email@example.com.