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Posted On: Wednesday, June 15, 2016 07:55 AM
Kappa Alpha Theta's educational leadership consultants (ELCs) are recent college graduates who serve in a visible role for Theta. They are role models for Theta's college chapter members and alumnae volunteers. As official representatives of the Fraternity, ELCs enthusiastically support Theta's ideals and foster the Fraternity's goals and objectives.

Please join the chapter services department in welcoming these leading women selected to serve the Fraternity as the 2016-17 educational leadership consultants!

  • Emily Callen, Beta Kappa/Drake

  • Kassie Dobbs, Gamma Upsilon/Miami

  • Meghan Finke, Gamma deuteron/Ohio Wesleyan

  • Alyssa Franco, Gamma Iota/Kentucky

  • Tamara Hansen, Gamma Chi/Fresno State

  • Annie Hornung, Eta Sigma/Chapman *

  • Ansley Howze, Eta Phi/Belmont

  • McKenzie Jerman, Beta Omicron/Iowa

  • Alex Johnston, Theta Theta/NC State

  • Rebecca McAlexander, Gamma Mu/Maryland

  • Jocelyn Nicotero, Lambda/Vermont

  • Rachel Radmacher, Eta Omega/Saint Louis

  • Sydney Rose, Eta Rho/James Madison

  • Emma Silvers-Harnly, Alpha Xi/Oregon

  • Presley Townsend, Gamma Omega/Auburn

  • Paige Toxey, Gamma Omega/Auburn

  • Aria Zommers, Beta Xi/UCLA


* Denotes returning ELC.
Posted On: Monday, June 6, 2016 03:30 PM
Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity is thrilled to announce that it has been invited to establish a college chapter at the University of California at Santa Cruz! Theta Xi/UC Santa Cruz will be the fifth chapter establishment taking place this fall for the Fraternity, and the 20th college chapter in the state of California!

Stay tuned in the coming weeks to learn more about establishment efforts. Any questions regarding the establishment plans can be sent to the director of chapter services.
Posted On: Friday, June 3, 2016 08:15 AM
This weekend, four collegians are attending the 2016 National CASA/GAL Conference in National Harbor, MD:

Ashlyn Smith, Theta Theta/NC State
Richelle Volk, Beta Chi/Alberta
Cara Weinmann, Beta/Indiana
Sunny Ysa, Delta Delta/Whitman

The conference will include a number of events featuring speakers on child welfare-related topics, as well as breakout sessions on issues such as domestic violence, cultural competency, diversity, and the foster care system. As part of the Theta delegation, these collegians will also participate in Kappa Alpha Theta-led programming for CASA staff, board members, and volunteers from around the country. Theta leaders will also facilitate discussion among Theta conference participants to enhance learning outcomes.

Thanks to a generous grant from Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation, the Fraternity is able to provide participants' conference registration fees, airfare, ground transportation in Maryland, conference hotel, and on-site food expenses.
Posted On: Wednesday, May 25, 2016 08:45 AM
The Fraternity, Theta Foundation, and Fraternity Housing Corporation offices will be closed Friday, May 27 and Monday, May 30 in observance of (U.S.) Memorial Day.
Posted On: Tuesday, May 24, 2016 03:10 PM
The Service Trip is an annual service immersion experience for collegians where participants will work to serve areas of need in the community. In the past, trip participants have worked to build a house with Habitat for Humanity, served a local children's program, rehabbed a community center, and visited a local CASA program. Please note the specific service work for the 2016 summer trip has not yet been assigned. No matter what the work entails, all trip participants have developed as a leader during the experience.

Registration for this year's trip, to be held in New Orleans, La., from July 17-23, 2016, is now live! Visit the Service Trip page for more information and to register.

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