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Young Alumnae

Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter
Did You Know?

  • Theta is not just for college; it's for a lifetime!
  • The Fraternity has more than 200 alumnae groups around the world and more than 10,000 dues-paying alumnae.
  • You don’t have to "do" anything to become an alumna. Just search for an alumnae group near you.
  • Theta cares about young alumnae and wants to help you stay connected. We have a young alumnae board, and a guide for starting young alumnae groups.
  • You can stay connected to Theta via social media. Look for us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, and Pinterest.
  • Voluntary Fraternity dues are only $30 a year, and they help to fund alumnae programs; maintain record-keeping; establish new chapters; recognize 25-, 50- and 75-year Thetas; send delegates to Grand Convention; and continue your subscription to the Theta Magazine. Local alumnae chapter dues vary per alumnae chapter.
  • Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation helps support collegians and alumnae through scholarships and grants. Theta Foundation awards more than $20,000 in education, leadership, and service-learning grants, as well as more than $550,000 in scholarships each year.
Why Should You Stay Involved?

  • If you move to a new area after graduation, you have a built-in group of friends and support system.
  • Even if you stay in the same location as your college or hometown, it is a good way to meet other young professionals.
  • Your local Theta alumnae group can assist in networking, especially if you are looking for a post-college job.
  • You can become an advisor to a college chapter.
  • Alumnae chapters plan a variety of activities, including community service projects, networking opportunities, social events, and meetings with themes or guest speakers. Many alumnae chapters also offer "special-interest" groups such as a downtown lunch group, a gardening group, or a recent graduates group. This is a great way to stay active and involved in your local community.
  • You can be a part of an international book club. Join Reading Women and participate in bimonthly book discussions.
  • Are you living abroad? Join Kappa Alpha Theta Global Alumnae on Facebook  to meet other Thetas living all over the world.