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Becoming a Leader in AOII....

Whether a member chooses to serve on a committee, run for a chapter office, or represent AOII as a member of other campus or community organizations, there are unlimited opportunities to be involved in AOII! At the chapter level, there are workshops that foster the understanding of different leadership styles and how to promote group consensus and collaboration.

AOII’s have always been recognized for their service on campus as well as in the community. Every year, sisters serve as executive council members and committee members of the Leadership and Service Council, Homecoming Committee, Springfest Committee, Undergraduate Student Government Association, and numerous honor societies.

AOII sisters are part of all four professional groups on campus-Trailblazers, Ambassadors, Orientation Leaders, and International Mentors. Sisters are also active in the Indian Cultural Society, Student Alumni Society, Emerging Leaders, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Order of Omega, Asian American Organization, American Medical Students of America, EMSAP, and many more.

AOII supports the Blazer athletic teams through Blazer Backers, Soccer Sweethearts, Diamond Dolls, and Golden Girls.

It is true wherever you go on campus, you will find an AOII!!

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Did you know?

Zeta Pi hosts two philanthropy events each year called AOII and Strike Out Arthritis!

We hold many service days throughout the year with other organizations to provide service to the Birmingham community.