Whether you’re new to the area, a recent graduate, or just wanting to get involved, we want to meet you! There are many intangible benefits to membership; here are just a few we wanted to mention:
Inclusion is the most enriching benefit. You will meet members from all 26 National Panhellenic Conference women sororities and fraternities of all backgrounds, ethnicities, and cultures. While we are in college, most of us focus on bettering our own chapter. Joining our Alumnae Panhellenic will not only teach you about the other organizations but it will also teach you about the women in those organizations.
Community service is a top priority as we are constantly exploring how we can better the Birmingham community through hands-on volunteer hours and donations. We have a unique opportunity in the Birmingham area to help a wide variety of non-profit organizations.
Our fundraising efforts from all sources directly impacts active sorority collegiate women through scholarships we provide annually. The Birmingham Alumnae Panhellenic is a 501(c)(3) organization, meaning all donations are tax deductible, including all donations made to assist in funding our scholarships.
Our Sorority 101 annual event promotes the Greek life experience as a whole while inviting colleges and universities to participate in sharing the intrinsic value of “Going Greek” while in school and staying active post graduation. Each year we have a panel of speakers discuss subjects from what to expect during recruitment to recommendations. It is the most exciting event we host; and it is free of charge!
Networking! You will meet amazing women and make connections professionally and personally. We have a wide scope of members from new graduates to past national officers from their respective sororities or fraternities to business owner.
Stay in the know. Being a member will help you stay up-to-date on National Panhellenic Conference changes and new policies as Greek life is ever-evolving. Recruitment is much different than it used to be 20 years ago.
Keep the Greek system strong while in turn keeping your own sorority or fraternity strong. The more alumnae members from all chapters that remain active the brighter the future of Greek Life will be.