The lifestyle as a sister of Alpha Omega Epsilon does not end with graduation. Alpha Omega Epsilon offers its members many opportunities to stay connected with the Sorority and many ways to continue to promote "friendship, leadership and professionalism". Joining a committee or becoming an Alumna Advisor is one of the many great ways to stay in contact with Alpha Omega Epsilon.
Committees are organized under each of the International Executive Board officers. Committees offer a wide range of involvement and responsibilities and allow you to work along side fellow sisters! To learn more about a specific committee, please contact the overseeing IEB officer.
To volunteer, please fill out this survey.
This volunteer position is responsible for organizing and hosting the International Convention that takes place once a year. This chair is overseen by the Board President. Responsibilities include planning, organizing, advertising, hosting and attending all Convention activities.
The programming committee is a committee charted with the responsibilities with organizing and overseeing Sorority-sponsored programs to fulfill the mission statement of the Sorority. Members of this committee work with dispersed groups and gather feedback to develop programs that meet international audiences.
This committee reviews and updates the risk management policy as needed and develops programs to help chapters better understand the policy. It is also this committee's duty to keep record of all signed risk management policies.
This committee is dedicated to maintaining and updating all official documents including policies, procedures, and standard forms. The Documentation Committee also tracks the manuals for the colonies, chapters and Board.
This committee performs the audit process for the active undergraduate chapters ensuring each chapter has the appropriate documentation and is aware of existing policies and procedures. Additionally, this committee makes sure the audit process is followed and updated as needed.
This committee collects items for permanent historical records, takes pictures at international events and reviews and incorporates active undergraduate chapter family trees.
Vice President Committees
This committee reviews and approves all changes to the international constitution and bylaws as well as the chapters bylaws. In addition, this committee is the Robert's Rules of Order expert for the sorority and leads the proposal discussion sessions at convention.
This committee takes point to coordinate efforts surrounding Board elections every other year. Responsibilities include gathering election candidates, publicizing the elections and coordinating election activities at Convention.
Director of Chapter Services Committees
Regional and Alumnae Advisors are not in committee structure but operate as individual responsibilities. These advisors assist with undergraduate chapter duties and liaise between the chapters and the Board of Directors.
If interested in becoming a Chapter Advisor please complete an application here.
Education Ambassadors will be training to teach the key educational topics that affect our chapters. They will identify and create presentations to give to chapters to keep continually educating our active members throughout their membership.
The responsibilities of this committee include maintaining the promissory note database, notifying new alumnae of the promissory note responsibility and developing payment plans to meet the needs of alumnae.
This committee is responsible for contacting and tracking alumnae social groups on a bi-yearly basis. Additional responsibilities include maintaining alumnae contact information, updating alumnae information with new graduates and coordinating alumnae vacation ideas.
This committee provides a great opportunity to help update publications sent to the alumnae. The responsibilities of this committee include compiling news and achievements from alumnae, submitting alumnae related articles to the yearly newsletter, and maintaining the alumnae web pages.
This committee is responsible for the distribution of graduation packets that are provided for each graduating sister. This committee is also owner of the alumnae member database.
This committee is dedicated to soliciting interest from alumnae in volunteering. Additional responsibilities include maintaining volunteer contact information and volunteer hours, obtaining feedback on volunteer projects and activities, and coordinating plans for the service award.
This committee is responsible for contacting all our members and reminding them to update their contact information in the database. After the database is more up to date the workload will decrease and the committee will focus on maintaining the accuracy of the database instead of completing a huge overhaul of the database like we are doing right now.
The duties of the Expansion Committee include researching potential schools for chapter growth, delivering information sessions to interested parties, assisting colonies achieve chapter status and representing the Sorority to interested groups.
The Merchandise Committee is responsible for approving chapter merchandise designs, maintaining the publications policy, and overseeing vendor licensing. Members will correspond with chapters to faciliate approvals and answer questions regarding merchandise.
The Newsletter Committee is dedicating to publishing the Angle newsletter twice yearly and sending e-newsletters to sisters. Members are responsible for sourcing articles, article idea generation and mailing list maintenance.
This committee is responsible for maintaining and updating the international website, updating the sister contact database and communicating information electronically.