Chapter Officers

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Leadership Opportunities

The most engaging and active leadership roles are filling the role of a Chapter officer. This is an opportunity to develop hands on experience in communication, project planning & execution, team building, and time management. Elections occur once per year, typically in early spring. Click here to read a brief description of each officer position.

Scholarship and Award Recipients from this Chapter

Lena Ho - National Academic Achievement Award, 2017
Lena Ho - New Member Award, 2016
Christine Hassinger - New Member Award, 2015
Rosanna Hok - Emerging Leaders Graduate Scholarship, 2014
Valerie DiCristoforo - Path to Excellence Award, 2014
Sarah Kapica - Path to Excellene Award, 2014
Rosanna Hok - Path to Excellence Award, 2013
Sarah Kapica - Path to Excellence Award, 2013
Emily Mitsock - New Member Award, 2013
Kara Sewalk - Chapter Leadership Award, 2013
Heather Steinbrecher - Chapter Leadership Award, 2013
Heather Steinbrecher - Path to Excellence Award, 2012
Alisa Domanski - Emerging Leaders Scholarship, 2012
Gabriella Marciante - New Member Award, 2012
Madison Kasheta - New Member Award, 2012
Alisa Domanski - Chapter Leadership Award & Path to Excellence Award, 2011
Nathan Gardner - Emerging Leaders Scholarship, 2011
Arcangelo Silvio Cella - New Member Award, 2009
Emily Jean Moran - New Member Award, 2009
Jessica Lynn Putnam - New Member Award, 2009
Victoria Sandra Tung - New Member Award, 2009
Juan Luis Leung Li - Path to Excellence Award, 2007

Chapter Highlights
Food Fight Against Hunger

Continuing the Fight in 2017 The Food Fight Against Hunger is the centerpiece of SAL’s fall volunteering. This year, 26 chapters worked SO hard to collect over 5,000 items and over $1,000 to fight hunger.

Spreading the Love

One of the best times for Sigma Alpha Lambda members to serve others is Valentine’s Day. This year, several chapters took the opportunity to spread cheer and love.

Boston University

More Than Words Sigma Alpha Lambda members at Boston University had a great time volunteering with More Than Words, a non-profit organization that uses a bookstore to empower youth who are in foster care, court-involved, homeless, or out of school.

Boston University

Cradles to Crayons For the past few years Cradles to Crayons has been a favorite nonprofit for SAL members at Boston University.

Boston University

Food Bank Volunteering Boston University Sigma Alpha Lambda members were eager to fight hunger on a personal level during our Food Fight Against Hunger season.

Card-Making for a Cause

A recurring theme we are seeing with several of our chapters this year is gathering together or even using part of an already scheduled chapter meeting to make cards for hospitalized children and others that may not get to spend certain holidays in the way they would desire.