Chapter advisors are appointed by the National Council but are not required to be members of Pi Kappa Phi. As the chapter advisor, you oversee the entire operation of one undergraduate chapter. In this critical volunteer role, you’ll help one chapter to create a top-notch fraternity experience on their campus. Chapter advisors attend two to four chapter meetings per month as well as two to four executive council meetings per month. They also have the authority to appoint a Council of Advisors to assist them. For more information about the chapter advisor position, click here to review performance expectations and best practices.
Serve on a council to assist the chapter advisor in his or her role. Positions on the council of advisors typically include three or more of the following: alumni relations advisor, financial advisor, The Ability Experience advisor, recruitment advisor, risk management advisor, ritual advisor, scholarship advisor and/or Standards Board advisor. For more information about the council of advisors, click here to review the performance expectations for each position and read a general overview of the council.
Help facilitate at one of Pi Kappa Phi’s premier leadership conferences.
As an ASTP facilitator, you present the ASTP program to Pi Kappa Phi chapters in your area. Through this program, you’ll teach students how alcohol affects their bodies and how to be more responsible when consuming alcohol.
Work with a local housing corporation to improve the quality of home for an undergraduate chapter. In most cases, housing corporations are in need of officers to perform alumni chapter functions as well.
Keep alumni reconnected to their chapter. Assist in developing newsletters and other critical communications, plan reunion events and create a true lifelong experience for alumni.