Want to get involved?
The Society is always looking for volunteers to help out with a wide variety of projects.
To join a team, or if you have an idea not listed below, email President Mike Blitstein and Vice President Kari Dahlen at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started!
Chapter Services provides advice, guidance, and financial support to our undergraduate chapters and affiliates on a range of chapter functions, including recruitment, budgeting, university relations, etc.
The Communications team publishes the annual Xaipe newsletter, sends e-newsletters, and maintains an active presence on social media. It keeps Society members up to date on current events and highlights the accomplishments of our members and chapters.
The Development committee cultivates and maintains relationships with active and potential donors, enabling the Society to build communities and strengthen an ongoing commitment to education beyond the classroom.
New Chapter Development
The New Chapter Development committee ensures that the Society continues to grow. It identifies colleges where a new affiliate chapter would be a good fit, responds to inquiries from interested groups, and helps start affiliate chapters.
The Accessibility committee advises other committees to make sure the Society is doing its best to be as accessible as possible. This committee’s ongoing projects include increasing Convention accessibility, reformatting our website to be more accessible, and reviewing chapter practices to better advise our undergraduates.
Community Accountability & Relational Equity (CARE)
The CARE committee develops procedures for chapters and the Board of Governors to address conflict in a way that centers Equitable Justice (EJ). The CARE committee also works closely with Member Safety to respond to Incidence Reports.
The Finance Committee assists the Treasurer with forming policies, aligns spending with Society priorities, and helps determine which programs and services receive funding. (No background in finance is necessary.)
Grad Org Support
The Graduate Organization Support committee advises young graduate chapters through semi-annual check-ins and the creation of guiding documents. If you’re better at working with alumni than undergraduates, this may be the committee for you!
The Legal committee is a team of experts that the Board relies upon for all legal matters, including drafting policies, negotiating a new separation agreement with the Fraternity, and analyzing a catering contract for Convention. (No formal legal training is necessary.)
Do you want to help find the next Governors of the Alpha Delta Phi Society? This committee organizes the nomination process, gathers nominations, and presents a slate of suggested candidates to the Board of Governors prior to yearly elections held at Convention.