Thank you for your interest in volunteering!
By giving back to Phi Psi, volunteers have the opportunity to help shape tomorrow’s leaders, share their unique talents with alumni and collegians and be part of the brotherhood’s leadership team. Thank you for considering putting your time, talents and knowledge to use in supporting future generations of Phi Psis.
Phi Kappa Psi has several volunteer opportunities for dedicated alumni looking to connect with our brothers and share their passion for Phi Psi.
Volunteer positions include:
- Serving on a chapter advisory board
- Serving on a housing corporation board
- Serving on an alumni association board
- Mentoring an undergraduate brother
- Joining the Phi Psi Family
We invite you to read more about our chapter advisory board positions below and complete the Volunteer Interest Form to determine the volunteer roles that most interest you.
For more information on serving on a housing corporation board or an alumni association board, please contact Timothy Tangen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The colony/chapter advisor is the leader of the advisory team and works directly with chapter leadership, specifically the GP, VGP, governing committee and new members of the chapter. He/she assists in all the areas of the chapter/colony’s operations and builds an advisory team to provide further support. The chapter advisor is the primary contact for the national fraternity, university/college, and family of undergraduate members.
The faculty/academic advisor works with the scholarship chairman, the scholarship committee, undergraduate initiated members, and new members. He/She supports the initiatives of the host institution. He/She should also encourage and work with the chapter to achieve top quartile status in grades. This individual should be a member of the faculty, administration, or staff of the host college or university.
The membership recruitment advisor serves on the chapter advisor team and is responsible for working with the recruitment chairman, recruitment committee, and undergraduate membership of the chapter. The role focuses on supporting the recruitment process; helping mentor and provide input on membership situations and assist in reporting changes in membership.
The fraternity education advisor works closely with the fraternity educator(s), fraternity education committee and any other undergraduate members involved in the fraternity education process. He/She helps to construct a written program that coincides with the Phi Psi’s fraternity education guidelines. He/She will also work to schedule retreats for the new members and initiated members of the chapter, suggest alumni/speakers, and other opportunities for participation to accent the program.
The finance advisor works with the treasurer (P), finance committee, and the finance committee chairman to review the chapter budget and the budgets submitted by each chapter committee. It is recommended that he/she encourage the use of an independent accounting firm to provide an annual report. He/She should also work to ensure that proper accounting measures and fiscal responsibility measures are in place.
The risk management & social advisor will guide undergraduate leaders in ways to mitigate risk at all functions. They will also advise the chapter on how to build social relationships with other organizations on campus through social events while educating the risk management and social chairmen of the insurance and risk management policies of Phi Kappa Psi as well as the university
The alumni & public relations advisor aims to help promote the lifelong brotherhood of Phi Kappa Psi. This advisor will directly advise the alumni & public relations chairman as well as the historian. The goal is to engage more alumni with the chapter/colony and document a history that can be shared with alumni, parents, potential new members, and the public. It will also be important for this role to help build the bridge between the chapter/colony and a local alumni association.
The scholarship advisor will advise and guide committee heads involved with developing and maintaining scholarship programs and standards for members, new members, and potential new members.
The philanthropy & community service advisor will advise the philanthropy and community service committee chairmen on how to execute and improve fundraising and community service events.
The mentoring advisor will help guide the chapter’s mentoring committee chairman in creating and implementing a mentoring program for undergraduates and alumni.