The Delta Gamma volunteer is truly the spirit of the Fraternity. Giving back her precious time to the Fraternity she loves is the hallmark of an active DG alumna.
Now is the time for you to nominate sisters who you think would excel at serving and guiding Delta Gamma at the highest level. The Fraternity Nominating Committee will be accepting nominations through January 15, 2018.
Click here to read the Nominating Committee Guide and to access the nomination form.
The Governance Committee is now accepting nominations for the Delta Gamma Foundation Board of Trustees. At the Annual Meeting in June 2017, an amendment was approved to begin an even 2-2-2 rotation for trustee positions. To establish this change, two Trustees will be elected for three year terms (2018-2021) and one Trustee will be elected for a one year term (2018-2019). The deadline to nominate is February 15, 2018. Please review the Foundation Board of Trustees Position Descriptions, Selection Criteria and complete this Nomination Form to submit a formal nomination to the committee.
Please email the Governance Committee Chairman, Deborah Etheridge, with questions at FoundationGovChr@deltagamma.org
Interested in volunteering for Delta Gamma? Complete an application to become a local volunteer (formerly the VRF) to express interest. It takes just a minute to register and your form will be viewed by Regional Directors.
To learn more about the time commitments and requirements for our Fraternity volunteer opportunities, review our Volunteer At-a-Glance guide. You can also review the Foundation Volunteer At-a-Glance guide for insight into the time and skill requirements for the various Foundation volunteer opportunities.
Delta Gamma’s Fraternity Council and Foundation Board of Trustees are supported by a team of regional and international volunteers, called Leadership. Leadership volunteers are crucial to Delta Gamma’s continued success, and can live all across North America. View the DG Leadership Team video to see what it means to serve. This application process is now closed and will reopen in 2018 for the 2019-2021 term.
One of the characteristics of a strong chapter is effective advisory support. Advisers give collegiate chapter members the support they need to accomplish their goals, reach their potential, live their values and see their vision fulfilled. Working as a team, chapter advisers play a key role in the success of the chapter by being a coach and educator while ensuring procedures and policies are followed.
Chapter advisers are appointed for one year, and the time commitment varies depending on the chapter, time of year and adviser role. To learn more, refer to Adviser Basics and complete an application to become a local volunteer (formerly like VRF).