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Kappa Alpha Theta International Headquarters houses Fraternity, Theta Foundation, and Fraternity Housing Corporation staff. Located in Indianapolis, Indiana, we employ more than 50 in-office and remote employees.

Theta’s workplace values are relationships and community, learning and growth, and innovation and excellence. Theta's staff is encouraged to be the best they can be, both in their personal and professional lives. Kappa Alpha Theta headquarters is a flexible, collaborative work environment in which all individuals have the opportunity to utilize their inherent talents to support a common goal: Provide quality service and support to each other, our members, and our community.

Kappa Alpha Theta Openings

Thank you for your interest in joining our team! Please check below for career opportunities with the Fraternity, Theta Foundation, and Fraternity Housing Corporation.

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Position Overview

The collegiate growth specialist works to provide in-person and/or virtual support to college chapters in all areas of operations with a particular emphasis on recruitment and growth. The collegiate education specialist works with various Fraternity staff, workforce volunteers and chapter officers/advisors, and reports to the associate director of collegiate services. The term of the collegiate education specialist position spans the academic year with the opportunity for a second year.

Job Functions

  • Provide guidance on Theta operations, policies, and procedures to group of college chapters in high need of support
    • Develop or update action plans to address deficiencies
    • Collaborate with support teams to ensure chapter needs are met
  • Create and facilitate educational workshops with a focus on recruitment and growth
  • Assist with recruitment data input and management
  • Travel for collegiate chapter visits
    • Coordinate visit and travel schedule
    • Provide support for primary recruitment and continuous open bidding (COB)
    • Identify areas of chapter operations requiring attention during each visit 
    • Facilitate one-on-one meetings with chapter members, officers, and advisors 
    • Strengthen internal chapter operations by training officers, motivating chapter members, implementing policies, teaching problem-solving techniques and conflict resolution skills
  • Other responsibilities as assigned

Qualifications & Competencies

  • Display strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Exhibit a high-level of professionalism and problem-solving skills
  • Demonstrate strong time management skills
  • Experience in workshop facilitation, educational presentations, and peer mentoring


  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Ability to travel across the United States and Canada
  • Willingness to work evenings and weekends

How to Apply

To be considered for an opening, please complete the form below and include a cover letter (including salary requirements) and résumé.