Building Better Men takes the dedication of hundreds of volunteers. Help us achieve our mission by becoming a volunteer.
From advising a chapter to organizing an event or facilitating a program, being a DU volunteer allows individuals to give back to an organization they believe in while gaining valuable personal and professional skills and experience. If you have questions about how you can get involved, you can contact Senior Director of Chapter Development Michelle Marchand at email@example.com.
The following volunteer opportunities are available for alumni and, in most cases, friends of DU.
Each chapter needs a team of advisors in place to assist, support and mentor the undergraduate officers and general members on an ongoing basis. Most of these advisors are alumni members of the Fraternity, but a substantial number are non-members who may work at the college/university where the chapter is located. Find out if you are near a chapter.
For more information on the role of the chapter visit our Advisor Resources page.
As an important part of the Fraternity's leadership team, Province Governors volunteer considerable amounts of time to undergraduate and alumni chapters within geographic portions (Provinces) of North America. Appointed by the Board of Directors, a Province Governor's responsibilities include: representing the Fraternity to all its stakeholders, striving to build better men by focusing on the Fraternity's non-secret heritage and Four Founding Principles, establishing and achieving province goals each semester, and communicating regularly with undergraduate and alumni leaders of the chapters in the province.
DU's many great educational programs, which are designed to develop individual skills and promote organizational growth, would not be possible without the dedication of our many alumni, interfraternal friends and campus-based partners who volunteer as program facilitators.
ALUMNI CHapter OFFICERS
Each DU chapter has an associated alumni chapter comprised of alumni from that chapter. Alumni chapters exist to provide social and networking opportunities for members, as well as to support the undergraduate chapter. Activities often include: monthly "happy hour" events, annual golf tournaments, Founders Day dinners, ballgames and cultural events.
Like an undergraduate chapter, alumni chapters need officers to organize and maintain the operations of the group. Even if an undergraduate chapter closes, alumni chapters remain a vital way for alumni to stay connected to one another and the Fraternity.
Volunteer with DU
DU is always looking for dedicated volunteers to help us advise chapters, facilitate programs and more. You will receive personal and professional growth opportunities while helping us build better men. Let us know how you want to help.