Volunteer with the Tucson Alumnae Club
The Tucson Alumnae Club (“TAC”) serves numerous roles in the Fraternity. Aside from being a wonderful way for Pi Phis to stay connected to the Fraternity, TAC promotes and supports Fraternity philanthropic endeavors, assists and supports the Arizona Alpha collegiate chapter, provides recruitment information for prospective members, offers friendship to new graduates and alumnae who are new to the community and establishes a social group that supports the mission, vision and core values of the Fraternity.
If you would like to volunteer with the Tucson Alumnae Club, becoming a member of the Club’s Board is a great place to start. Previous experience on your chapter’s Executive Council is not required to hold an Alumnae Club role. Below is a list of positions, however, TAC has varied positions. To apply for an Alumnae Club position, please contact Cass McGinty at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Oversees all operations of the Club, ensures that the Club meets its requirements to the Fraternity and to its members. Leads the meetings and delegates Club responsibilities.
Ensures Fraternity requirements are met regarding both dues and contributions. Collects Fraternity dues and remits them to the Fraternity on behalf of the members, as well as being in charge of the Club’s budget.
Alumnae Club Recruitment Information Chairman (ACRIC)
Sends RIFs to chapters as requested by members, as well as encourages Club members to submit voluntary RIFs. Resource for Club members regarding recruitment questions.
Serves to record the business of the Club. Sends communications to Club members and potential members. Maintains the Club officer information and manages contact information for the Club’s roster.
Pi Phi Philanthropies Chairman and/or Community Service
Plans a community service and/or literacy project like helping out at Make Way for Books. May also serve as the Fundraising Chairman who plans fundraisers like selling Holiday Greens to generate revenue for expected philanthropic contributions and local community service.
Event Planning and/or Programming Chairman
Plans the dates, programs and hostesses for Club meetings (such as Founders’ Day, philanthropy event, Fraternity heritage).
May be in charge of all Club communication (emails, newsletters, postcards). May be asked to regularly update Club’s Facebook page or website.
Is responsible for recruitment and retention of members of the Alumnae Club. May be responsible for assigning hosts at each event so new members are greeted. If Club has a directory, possibly organizing this project.