Anchor’s Online, Delta Gamma’s Official Web Site provides detailed information and resources for Delta Gamma Alumnae, including information regarding membership, alumnae groups and contacts.
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Local Alumnae Chapter
Alpha Nu’s local alumnae chapter is the San Fernando Valley Alumnae Chapter of Delta Gamma. For further information and opportunities please click on the link to San Fernando Valley’s Web Site.
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Opportunities at Alpha Nu Chapter
Every year, Alpha Nu hosts an Alumnae Dinner to recognize Delta Gamma Alumnae and create a link between Delta Gamma Collegians and Alumnae. All Delta Gamma Alumnae living in the Los Angeles Area are encouraged to attend this special dinner. We ask each woman to share a little bit about life as a Delta Gamma Alumna and the impact that membership in Delta Gamma has had on their careers, families and friendships. We are also eager to hear if Delta Gamma Alumnae have internship, volunteer or job opportunities that they would like to extend to Alpha Nu collegians.
For more information regarding specific opportunities with Alpha Nu Chapter, or the dates of upcoming events, please contact the Director of Alumnae Relations, Erin Wright, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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