Alumni Volunteer Opportunities

Alpha Psi Lambda has grown and evolved through the help of volunteers and the Fraternity's ongoing success depends on volunteer contributions.

There are different opportunities available depending on the time you have to commit, your skills and what you are interested in. If you are interested in volunteering please use this application to apply for all positions:  National Office Application (google form).

To view current openings, please CLICK HERE.

For more information, watch this presentation hosted by the National Alumni Association to learn more about the different paths an individual may take to volunteer with the National Office. WATCH
If you have questions or would like contact the National Office, email us at [email protected]

National Executive Board (NEB)

The NEB is the overall administrative body for the Fraternity and has a variety of responsibilities including: support and grow undergraduate Chapters; promote Alumni Associations and networking, enforce Fraternity policy and procedure. 

The NEB is comprised of 9 alumni that serve two year terms, pay annual dues of $150 and hold a degree.  Nominations and candidate packet information is due in March. These positions are elected at the National House of Delegates in June or appointed by the NEB in cases of vacancy.

Election Rotation

  • Even calendar years: National President, Vice President of Administration, Vice President of Expansion, Vice President of Standards and Policy and Vice President of Alumni Affairs
  • Odd calendar years: Executive Vice President, Vice President of Finance, Vice President of Undergraduate Affairs, and Vice President of Marketing

2021 Schedule

  • Nominations are due Saturday, March 27th 11:59PM CST. Any member of a Chapter/Affiliate Chapter, an Alumni Club, the National Alumni Association or the National Executive Board may submit nominations.
  • Applications, Speeches, Resumes and Videos are due Tuesday, April 6 at 11:59PM CST
  • Candidate packets will be send out at least 75 days prior to NHOD, no later than Sunday, April 11th.

Note, the application form has changed. All NEB candidates will need to submit a new application in the current format.

Click here for description of duties for each position: Positions and Duties

National Committee

The National Committee positions focus on a variety of areas to support Fraternity Operations such as Philanthropy, Civic Engagement, Inclusion, Academics and others. These positions report to the Executive Vice President.

If you are interested in applying for a position, please submit an email stating which positions you are interested in and application to [email protected]

Note: If you have an application on file from the last two years, a new application is not needed.

The National Executive Board is responsible for appointing these positions.

Click here for description of duties for each position: Positions and Duties

Regional Boards (Includes Chapter Directors)

Regional Boards are comprised of Regional Directors, Chapter Directors, and other positions the National Executive Board deems necessary to support the Chapters. 

If you are interested in applying for a position, please submit an email stating which positions you are interested in and application to [email protected] no later than April 24th.

Note: If you have an application on file from the last two years, a new application is not needed.

The Executive Vice President is responsible for appointing these positions. Active chapters will approve their Chapter Director.

Click here for description of duties for each position: Positions and Duties

Other Opportunities

There are a variety of other opportunities to volunteer for including:

Standing Committees - These are committees created to support National Office Activities and include:

  • Recruitment & Intake
  • Training & Development
  • Civic Engagement
  • Sexual Assault Prevention & Resource

Click here for details on the committees: Committee Details

Assistant positions - These are appointed by the officer that they work for and do not pay dues. These include assistants for:

  • Finance
  • Membership Intake
  • Administration
  • Marketing
  • Risk Management
  • Expansion

Anyone interested in serving as an assistant may reach out to the Vice President or Director directly, or contact the Executive Vice President at [email protected] You will be required to submit an application.

Executive Alumni Board (EAB)

The Executive Alumni Board serves as leadership for the National Alumni Association (NAA). 

Term for Director of Operations is two years, elected on odd calendar years.
Terms for Director of Membership and Director of Programs are one year, from July 1st to June 30th.

Positions are voted on by the National Alumni Association members. If you are interested in applying, complete a volunteer application and submit it to [email protected] Questions regarding the positions may be sent to the Vice President of Alumni Affairs at [email protected]

  • Director of Operations:
    • Record meeting minutes and maintain Association records
    • Manage the budget of the Association
    • Preside at meetings in the absence of Executive Director
  • Director of Membership
    • Responsible for recruiting and outreach to alumni
    • Manage the Association’s member database
    • Oversee the activities of Alumni Clubs
  • Director of Programs
    • Oversee all events and programs hosted by the Association and Alumni Clubs

Chapter Development Committees
These committees work with the Chapter Director to provide support to the Chapters/Affiliate Chapters that they serve. This includes:

  • Attend meetings, MIP activities
  • Coach assigned executive board members
  • Provide updates and escalates any concerns to the Chapter Director

Expansion Committees
Expansion Committees are solicited for each individual University/College that is available for expansion or recolonization. All alumni and at large members in good standing may apply. To be considered eligible you must complete the survey monkey sent out by the Vice President of Expansion and submit a National Office Application or have one on file from the last two years. Individuals we be considered based on: availability, budget, past Fraternity experience, past expansion committee involvement, and current sanctions.

Short Term Projects
The National Office has a long to-do list! There are always a variety of projects available that require help. If you have time and are interested in assisting with a short term project, please contact us [email protected]

Standards Board
The purpose of the Standards Board is to ensure membership adherence and compliance to the Fraternity’s Policy and Procedure Manual. The board will inquire, collect and compile all necessary information that is crucial for the inquiry or investigation and then based on the information make an educated and informed recommendation of the verdict and sanction, if applicable, to the NEB. Each member shall receive a term of two years.
Higher Ed, Law, Criminal Justice backgrounds desired. These positions do not pay dues. 


  • Must be in good standing with his/her Chapter and the Fraternity
  • Must have served at least one year of activeness at a Chapter
  • Must have been out of college for at least four years (applies to undergraduate and graduate/professional school applicants who were active with a Chapter during graduate school)
  • A candidate with a degree or relevant experience is preferred
  • Members at Large may be considered.