Theta Foundation Blog

Created for and by friends of Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation

 

Theta Scholarships Improve with Age!

Blog, Scholarships, Story

Top: Laurie McGregor Connor with Past Theta Foundation President Kathy Bennett Tonkel at the 2012 Grand Convention. Right: Laurie with husband Terrence Connor.

*This post originally appeared on the blog on September 4, 2014.

By: Laurie McGregor Connor, Gamma deuteron/Ohio Wesleyan

This month was exciting for me—I met the first recipient of “my” scholarship. My husband surprised me […]

Alpha Theta’s Pancake Party Leaves Hearts and Stomachs Full

Blog, College Philanthropy Events, Giving

*This post originally appeared as part of Theta Foundation’s blog series featuring Theta college chapters’ successful philanthropy events on September 24, 2014. Written by chapter members, this blog series shares the impact college philanthropy events have on Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation and CASA.

By: Emma Yee, Alpha Theta/Texas

Each spring, Texas Theta hosts the Theta Pancake Party […]

Joining Young Alumnae Dedicated to Giving Back

Giving, Story, Theta31

*This post originally appeared as part of #Theta31, Theta Foundation’s year-end thanks and giving campaign, on December 21, 2014.

By: Lauren Lewis, Delta/Illinois, Fraternity assistant director of alumnae engagement

When Theta Foundation introduced a new giving society for young alumnae, I knew I had to get on board! As the Fraternity’s assistant director of alumnae engagement, I work with […]

“‘Theta for a Lifetime’ and ‘Leading Women’ are more than just catchphrases.”

Giving, Story, Theta31

*This post originally appeared as part of #Theta31, Theta Foundation’s year-end thanks and giving campaign, on December 29, 2014.

By: Dinah Hampton McClymonds, Alpha Omicron/Oklahoma, Theta Foundation trustee

After my sophomore year at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, I transferred to the University of Oklahoma along with my twin sister Caroline, also a Theta. We began the process […]

Why ELCs Matter to College Chapters

Blog, Give to Lead Give to Learn

By: Ashley Freeman, Eta Rho/James Madison University 

Above: Ashley being kited by members of Zeta Eta/Wofford College, with incoming ELC Ashlee Moody to her right. 

As a former educational leadership consultant, I realize ELCs often share common themes about the consultant experience. We share about our personal growth during our time as consultants. We proudly advertise our […]

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