The Fraternity Service Center is always available to assist our alumni, alumni associations and alumni volunteers with resources and information. For specific information on any of these opportunities, please contact:
Coordinator of Alumni Engagement
The role of a Province Archons is to maintain communication with the Fraternity Service Center staff and Supreme Council related to chapters in their given province (region), attend both regional and Realm-wide events, and conduct business efficiently and professionally including: ensuring that a province officer visits chapters and alumni associations annually, maintaining and using province by-laws, ensuring that province (chapter & alumni) contact information is current, communicating with the province council, and conducting a province event each year.
Chapter advisors are the a vital asset to a chapter. These volunteers provide mentoring, coaching, leadership, and management that offer continuity to the chapter’s operations and long-term success. Their role includes, but is not limited to, assisting the chapter in setting and evaluating goals, and ensuring that the chapter is properly reporting membership and contact information to the Fraternity Service Center. Chapters can have numerous advisers with defined roles in areas such as finance, Ritual, scholarship, recruitment, member education, alumni relations, or health & safety.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s Educational Programs are successful in part to the individuals that volunteer their time to serve as facilitators. Alumni and friends of SAE, including campus-based professionals and other headquarters staff are eligible to serve as facilitators. We welcome anyone to apply that has a strong background in facilitation and a passion for developing college men through challenging but supportive conversations.
Chapter houses and lodges are a focal point for many chapters. Sigma Alpha Epsilon currently has more than 140 structures across the country. These corporations are typically comprised of alumni volunteers that serve as board members. House corporation members provide leadership in maintenance, collections, food service, taxes and other regulatory measures required by the state, university or local community.
Two forms of alumni associations exist that offer members the opportunity to network and meet other brothers with a common understanding of friendship. Area alumni associations refer to a particular metropolitan area or state region, while chapter alumni associations have a specific tie to a chapter and have programs either associated with the chapter or benefiting the chapter. Alumni associations require volunteers to preside over their functions, communicate, recruit and attend the national convention as a voting delegate.
Numerous other opportunities exist for alumni to share their personal and professional experiences with the chapters collegiate by conducting professional development workshops (resume writing, interview skills, financial planning), attending recruitment events, assisting with ritual ceremonies or just being a mentor. Many of these opportunities require a limited investment of time, while offering a significant reward.