The Alpha Delta Phi Society isn’t just for undergrads- it’s a life-long experience.
As a graduate member of the Society, there are many different ways that you can remain involved. Here are some of the
Are you still writing? Looking for an excuse to dust off your camera? Have a work project that you thought turned out particularly well?
The Alumni literary contest is open to all graduate members of the Society and Fraternity, and offers prizes in:
A charitable contribution of up to $250 will be made in the winner’s name to the charity of their choice.
The mentoring program is an opportunity for graduate members to connect and learn together. Mentor and mentee work together to define and build toward the mentee’s goals. Through this process, both partners benefit from their diversity of skills and experience, while learning about communicating, planning, and providing critical feedback. The Society national’s mentoring coordination team provides assistance throughout, as do peer mentors and mentees participating alongside.
Program outcomes are intended to include: stronger skills (goal-setting, introspection, communication, plus any actual subject material around goals) for mentors and mentees; greater engagement with and interest in the Society among our graduate members.
Interested in participating? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Your Alpha Delta Phi Society leadership experience doesn’t need to end at graduation — the Society is always looking for volunteers to help out with a wide variety of initiatives.
There are new committees and tasks forces forming every month. Click on the link above for the most up-to-date list of ways that you can help out the Society.