Our sisterhood is built on the key values of
… and Character.
Because of our thirst for knowledge, dedication to "Doing Good" and commitment to the personal development of our members, Delta Gamma has developed a series of programs to help members identify and accomplish their goals and aspirations.
In accordance with the Risk Management Philosophy we adopted in April 2015, we seek to educate collegians on making good, safe and careful choices. The Living Carefully Series launched in fall 2015 thanks to a grant from the Delta Gamma Foundation, with two programs that help educate using tangible examples and programming.
Alcohol Skills Training Program (ASTP):
ASTP will teach our members realistic, safe alcohol practices. We are looking for alumnae to be facilitators who understand today’s alcohol culture on college campuses, and who are comfortable having discussions about alcohol. Complete the ASTP Interest Form to express your interest!
Mock Trial Program:
We want to help our members understand the kind of legal ramifications that both they and the Fraternity could face should they make a poor choice. Do you have experience as a trial attorney? Please complete the Mock Trial Facilitator Interest Form to let us know!
If you know of a fellow alumna who you think would be ideal to serve in either of these roles, please email Assistant Director of Education and Development for Prevention Programs Logan Davis, at firstname.lastname@example.org to nominate her.
Supporting the development of the Delta Gamma member is the very foundation of Delta Gamma. The Delta Gamma Pursuits are the support for this journey. It begins with the New Member Pursuit to teach new members about the Fraternity. Sophomore, Junior and Senior Pursuits continue to help guide members through Delta Gamma.
This program was developed to encourage social responsibility and help promote human dignity, while ultimately supporting each Delta Gamma's efforts to live the Fraternity's values. The program includes a Human Dignity Workshop, which is also part of our new member program. Additionally, The Courage Award recognizes members, new members and higher education professionals who find the courage to stand up to protect their dignity and/or that of others.
Hope Serving is a service learning experience that offers both collegiate and alumnae Delta Gammas the opportunity to develop as leaders on a local, regional and (inter)national level. It is a trip that encourages learning and critical thinking through hands-on service, community involvement and civic and social justice education. Applications are now closed for the summer 2017 Hope Serving trips.
The Lewis Institute is a values-based leadership experience focused on educating Delta Gammas on how to lead their chapters with integrity. Delta Gamma invites collegiate chapters to send one woman to The Lewis Institute. She should:
Attendees will leave with an action plan to influence positive change. The 2017 Lewis Institute sessions will be held June 14-18 and July 19-23 at Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio.
This leadership development experience provides alumnae and collegians the opportunity to receive a scholarship to attend a leadership development program. Collegians eligible to receive this scholarship will be notified by the Director of Education & Development. This program is also available to alumnae. If interested, please contact email@example.com.
PROs are a special group of Delta Gamma alumnae who volunteer their time as resources for the Fraternity. They are accomplished women who share their professional areas of expertise with Delta Gamma members.
Use the PRO Information Sheet housed in our library to learn more about this program.
Access the PRO Directory to see who is available to speak.
Use the PRO Request Form if you want to schedule a visit.
If you know a Delta Gamma who would make a great PRO, send us a recommendation.