Each alumnae chapter needs dedicated members to organize its events, just as a collegiate chapter does. Each chapter has an executive committee of a president, vice president, treasurer and secretary, as well as chairman for service, fundraising, recruitment, alumnae-collegiate relations and more. To find the alumnae chapter nearest you, visit the chapter locator page.
Alumnae members who have been out of school for at least five years and who live within a reasonable distance of a collegiate chapter may volunteer as advisors. Each ZTA chapter can benefit from the advice and counsel of dedicated alumnae. Positions include general advisor, new member advisor, financial advisor, membership advisor, program council advisor, ritual advisor, judicial advisor, academic achievement advisor, and social advisor. To volunteer as an advisor, log into the Sisters Only site to find the contact information for the Province President of the chapter you wish to advise.
These volunteers provide our collegiate chapters with Membership Information Sheets for potential new members from their hometowns and surrounding areas. Key Women work with the State Reference Chairman to provide as many MIS forms as possible to assist our chapters in recruitment. If you would like to volunteer as a Key Women, contact the Membership Department at International Office.
The ZTA Fraternity Housing Corporation (NHC) owns or manages 100 collegiate facilities. Housing volunteers serve as on-site contacts for the NHC to support our efforts to provide safe, secure and competitive housing on every campus where we have a ZTA chapter. To volunteer to help with housing at a campus near you, contact the NHC.
ZTA is the National Survivor Ambassador of Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. At the nearly 300 Making Strides walks held each October in communities across the country, Zetas provide assistance and focus on survivor recognition. For more information about helping with this program, contact the ZTA Foundation.
ZTA has partnered with all 32 National Football League teams, as well as other professional and college sports teams, to distribute breast cancer education and awareness ribbons at stadiums and arenas. To help with this effort in your community, contact the ZTA Foundation.