Now is the time to give back. To lead. To serve. Sigma Alpha Mu needs you.
This page summarizes the charge of various opportunities to make a meaningful impact. Please complete the Volunteer Interest Form to begin the volunteer onboarding process.
Support and guide the chapter officers and serve as mentors for the undergraduate leaders. Advisors should have open communication with the Chapter Council, fraternity staff, and university administrators.
Develop program recommendations and initiatives to encourage and support the involvement of alumni in the Fraternity. Assist staff with the implementation of programs/initiatives approved by the Octagon.
Develop program recommendations and initiatives to encourage and support the involvement of alumni in the Fraternity. Assist staff with implementation of programs/initiatives approved by the Octagon.
Identify and solicit opportunities to make changes to the Blue Book. Provide feedback to Octagon on the implications of recommended policy changes
Develop a mutually beneficial partnership with the Boy Scouts of America through the National Jewish Committee on Scouting to engage young men and their fathers in values-based programming.
The DEI Workgroup is charged with developing recommendations that will improve the policies, membership experience, education, and resources that are available to all members at both the international Fraternity and chapter level.
Implement the educational strategic plan of Sigma Alpha Mu to help grow leadership capacity within Sigma Alpha Mu.
If you are interested in helping restart your dormant chapter, we need individuals to help with university engagement and advisory support of a new chapter. Sigma Alpha Mu’s staff will support these efforts.
To ensure the financial health of the Fraternity through the development of the annual budget and review of financial reports.
Identify opportunities to support outreach efforts.
Identify opportunities to preserve and promote the archives of the Fraternity.
Provide counsel on legal issues and protect the interests of the Fraternity
Guide the communications of the fraternity with its constituents.
Make recommendations to Octagon regarding philanthropic and community service efforts.
Provide recognition from the Fraternity to deserving individuals and chapters that exemplify our standards.
Review Risk Management Policy and risk-related insurance issues and make recommendations about those policies to the Octagon. Participate in Risk Management and Insurance Contribution effort to advise the Budget/Finance Committee in annual preparation of the risk management budget portion of the Fraternity’s overall budgeting process.
Promote and encourage a high standard of undergraduate academic achievement. This is not associated with the review of Foundation scholarship applicants.
Review allegations of violations of Fraternity policy by chapters and members to determine appropriate sanctions and remediation. Review procedures and develop a method for processing disciplinary cases.