There are many opportunities to get involved with Sigma Tau Gamma as a volunteer. Maybe you’ve seen our staff recruitment campaign, “Talented Taus.” Well, many alumni and friends of Sigma Tau Gamma can become involved with the Fraternity as volunteer Talented Taus!

Below we have categorized opportunities to get involved. Each position and project calls for a different time commitment and skills set. Any one who wants to give back to Sigma Tau Gamma can find a way to do so based on their availability.

Chapter Volunteers

Each chapter needs volunteer advisors to coach chapter officers. Chapters have five executive board officers: chapter president, executive vice president, vice president of membership, vice president of programs, and vice president of finance. An chapter advisory board mirrors the chapter Executive Board. This advisory board should include a chapter advisor (chapter president),faculty advisor (executive vice president), membership advisor (VP membership), programs advisor (VP programs), and finance advisor (VP finance).

Only the chapter advisor must be a member of Sigma Tau Gamma. Other advisors may be fraternity alumni, friends, faculty, community members, or parents.

Regional Philanthropy & Service Volunteers

Regional Philanthropy & Service Volunteers will serve as the chief philanthropy/service resource in one of Sigma Tau Gamma’s five regions. They’re appointed by Executive Vice President of Sigma Tau Gamma Fraternity and reports to Philanthropy/Service Committee Chairman. View/Download the job description here.

Regional Volunteers

Regional Vice Presidents serve as the chief volunteer in one of Sigma Tau Gamma’s five regions. Each region contains two districts. District Directors focus on coaching a district of 5-10 chapters within a region.

National Volunteers

Sigma Tau Gamma has several opportunities for members to volunteer on a national level. Volunteers will can serve on the Sigma Tau Gamma Board of Directors or the Sigma Tau Gamma Foundation Board of Trustees. In addition, volunteer opportunities are available for national Fraternity events including the Earl A. Webb Academy of Principled Leaders, Strategic Leadership Conference and the Grand Chapter.

Special Projects

This is a special category of volunteers that do not hold ongoing positions. Instead, they work on particular projects for the Fraternity individually or in small groups to accomplish specific goals.
Categories include:
program development, retreat development, and guest bloggers and authors for Fraternity publications.

  • Address and Information Update

    Regional Volunteers

    Regional Volunteer Resources

    Volunteer Contact Information

    Volunteer Committee:

    Joy Helsel

    Haylie Bernacki

    Richard Burns

    Adam Wright

    Aaron Hackman