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Posted On: Wednesday, November 18, 2015 08:24 AM
The Fraternity, Theta Foundation, and Fraternity Housing Corporation offices will be closed on Wednesday, Nov. 25 through Friday, Nov. 27, due to the (U.S.) Thanksgiving Day holiday. The offices will reopen on Monday, Nov. 30.
Posted On: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 08:16 AM
Eta Omicron/
North Florida during Day of Service 2015 (click to enlarge).
Kappa Alpha Theta's annual Day of Service took place on Oct. 19. This day brought Theta collegians and alumnae together in service, linked heart to heart, in honor of founder Bettie Locke Hamilton on her birthday.

From the dozens of photos that participating chapters submitted over the past few weeks, we have selected a winner of the photo contest—Eta Omicron/North Florida! On October 25, Eta Omicron Chapter teamed up with the Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter and Guardian Ad Litem of Florida's First Coast (GAL) to give the abused, neglected, and abandoned children of Jacksonville a day filled with fun. They hosted a Fall Carnival, complete with games, a pumpkin patch, kite flying, face painting, and prizes galore. The event was beyond anything they could have imagined and their most successful Day of Service event to date, serving approximately 30 children with 50 volunteers, GAL board members, and alumnae chapter members.

Thanks to all collegians and alumnae who submitted photos and took part in Theta's sixth annual Day of Service by giving back to your communities and spreading the widest influence for good.
Posted On: Monday, November 9, 2015 08:03 AM
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This internship program is available through the firm's Public Policy Department, though participants will have the opportunity to be exposed to other areas of legal practice. This internship is only available in their Washington, DC office.

Applicants are accepted from all academic majors but should be able to demonstrate an interest in public policy or the law as a future career path. Previous government-related internship experience is recommended, although not required.

The internship will take place over 10-15 weeks, beginning in early January and ending in early to mid-May.

In order to be eligible for this program, applicants must be a current junior or senior year of their undergraduate education; and available for a minimum 30 hours a week for at least 10 weeks between January 4 and May 13, 2016.

To apply, eligible applicants must send a resume with current cumulative GPA, a cover letter and 3-5 page writing sample on a topic of their choosing to Kevin O'Neill at by 5 p.m. on Friday, November 13, 2015.
Posted On: Wednesday, October 28, 2015 08:21 AM
Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity is thrilled to announce its newest alumnae circles! An alumnae circle is less structured than a chapter, in that there are no officers, per se, simply two contact persons so the Fraternity can stay in touch with the group.

Our newest circles are:

• Montgomery, AL Alumnae Circle
• Ventura-Calabasas-Malibu CA Alumnae Circle

For more information about alumnae groups, please visit our website.
Posted On: Tuesday, October 13, 2015 08:07 AM
The application for the Educational Leadership Consultant Program is now live! ELCs are recent college graduates who serve in a very visible role for the Fraternity. They are role models for Kappa Alpha Theta's college chapter members and alumnae volunteers. As official representatives of the Fraternity, ELCs must have thorough knowledge of Fraternity laws and procedures which are taught during extensive summer training. They must enthusiastically support Theta's ideals and foster the Fraternity's goals and objectives. ELCs demonstrate a rich tradition of service to Kappa Alpha Theta. Their term generally spans from June to April.

The deadline for submitting all applications and references is December 1, 2015. For more information about the ELC program and to apply, please visit the ELC Program web page.

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