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The transition from your undergraduate experience into your next chapters of life can be challenging. Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s values of friendship, scholarship, leadership, and service can continue to be a source of connectedness for you post-graduation. Here are some immediate steps you can take to get started:

Alumni Checklist

Locate Your Nearest Alumni Association

Volunteer Opportunities

Alumni are invited to share their expertise through various volunteer opportunities. 

Province Archons

Maintain communication with the Fraternity Service Center staff and Supreme Council related to chapters in the assigned province. Province Archons provide regional leadership to both undergraduate chapters and alumni associations.

Chapter Advisors

Coach and mentor officers as part of the Alumni Advisory Board. Advisors are key to a chapter’s long-term success and may have defined roles that support chapter finance, ritual, scholarship, recruitment, member education, alumni relations, or health & safety.

Educational Program Facilitators

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.

House Corporations

Provide leadership in maintenance, renovations, collections, food service, taxes, and other regulatory measures for chapter houses and facilities. The House Corporation board is typically composed of alumni volunteers that can assist with state, university, and local community expectations.

Alumni Associations

Alumni Associations extend lifelong brotherhood to members at any stage in life.

There are two types of Alumni Associations:

  • Area Alumni Association – Consists of members from various chapters of initiation, who live in proximity to each other based on geographic location.
  • Chapter Alumni Association – Consists of members from the same chapter of initiation.

Search the list of chapters below to locate an alumni association near you. Please reach out to the Alumni Development team with any questions so that we can help you get connected.

Other Volunteer Opportunities

Numerous other opportunities exist for alumni to share their personal and professional experiences with the collegiate chapters by conducting professional development workshops (resume writing, interview skills, financial planning), attending recruitment events, assisting with ritual ceremonies, or being a mentor. Many of these opportunities require a limited investment of time while offering a significant reward.

    Alumni Resources

    Additional resources, forms, and information for all members and volunteers can be accessed through the main Resources page.

    Alumni Events

    Check out Alumni events from around the realm! Fill out this form to have your alumni association event listed here.