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Silicon Valley Alumnae Group 
Alpha Phi International Fraternity

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The Silicon Valley Alumnae Chapter of Alpha Phi was founded in 2000.  While many members join from the Beta Psi (SJSU) and Zeta Gamma (SCU) collegiate chapters, the Silicon Valley Alumnae Chapter is open to Alpha Phi alumnae from any of the fraternity's 160 collegiate chapters, as well as alumna initiates, who are living and working in the Silicon Valley.  Members partake in social, networking, professional, philanthropic and Panhellenic events!


  Starting Sat Jul 20 2019
Thu Oct 10 2019

At a time when society looked upon women only as daughters, wives, and mothers—and therefore not in need of higher education—our ten Founders were pioneers of the coeducational system. Attending school with the handicap of implied, if not open, opposition, our Founders sought support from each other. There was a need for a social center, a place of conference, a tie which should unite, a circle of friends who could sympathize with one another in their perplexities. They formed Alpha Phi in 1872 at Syracuse University. Today, Alpha Phi continues to provide a "tie which unites, a circle of friends" for women young and old all around the world. From hand to hand and heart to heart, we are all grateful and proud of the legacy left to us by our Founders.

©2012 Silicon Valley Alumnae Chapter of Alpha Phi

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