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University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill


University_of_North_Carolina_Tarheels_Interlocking_NC_logo.svgThe chapter at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill is seeking an Alumni Advisory Board to help stabilize operations. The chapter has seen a decline in operating standards and membership over the past few semesters and there are very few local alumni involved. The institution and Fraternity believe that having an AAB is necessary for the future success and existence of Gamma-Nu Zeta. For this particular AAB, we are seeking alumni Brothers who are close in proximity to the campus and can be available to attend meetings, mentor officers and be present for our young Brothers.


What Does The AAB Do?

The Alumni Advisory Board’s (AAB’s) primary mission is to assist with the week-to-week operations of a chapter or colony and mentor our members to ensure their future success.

  • AAB members are asked to make a two-year commitment, during which time each member will be asked to attend meetings each semester, meet with officers, interact in a face-to-face capacity and hold regular phone calls with the officer(s) they advise.
  • Regardless of initiated Zeta, alumni play a crucial role in the development and longevity of our chapters and our members. In order to be successful, it is critical to have alumni actively involved to advise the officers and personify our motto of “A Lifetime of True Brotherhood.”


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