There are over 100 volunteers serving in a variety of roles to support the Educational Trust. These dedicated volunteers work to secure and manage the financial resources that provide for the leadership training and educational programs of Chi Phi. They help review scholarship applications and select recipients. These volunteers provide expert advice and support to staff as they work to execute Trust programs and fundraising initiatives. Volunteers are the key to our success. To learn more, visit the other pages in this website, click on the Volunteer button at right or fill out the form below.

Chi Phi Educational Trust Volunteer Interest Sheet

Chi Phi Educational Trust Volunteer Interest Sheet

Questions & Ideas: With other questions and ideas about volunteering, please contact: Elizabeth Vaughn or John Fisher

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Brother Learns Leadership Lessons at UIFI

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by Seth Regan, Gamma Zeta 2017 (pictured in front with sunglasses) When I was driving to the airport for my flight from Charlotte, NC to Indianapolis, IN, I was nervous.

Chi Phi Exceeds Campaign Goal by Nearly $2 Million

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Chi Phi Educational Trust has raised $11,873,587 through the Changing Lives Campaign. The Trust raised $1.873 million more than the $10 million goal to support academics, leadership training, chapter excellence

Scholarship Acknowledgement Form

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Click here to download your scholarship acknowledgement form. Please submit to John Fisher at fisher@chiphi.org.

Chi Phi to Participate in National Fraternal Foundation Study

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Chi Phi Educational Trust is participating in the 2015 North-American Interfraternity Conference Foundation (NICF) 2015 Alumni and Donor Survey. This project is a follow up to the donor survey research

Chi Phi to Expand City Clubs

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The Fraternity and Trust have announced a collaborative effort to increase the presence and impact of the Chi Phi City Clubs. City clubs are one part of a larger l