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Under the guiding principles of leadership, friendship, and service, Alpha Phi Omega provides service to the community by donating time and effort to various organizations and causes. 
























It's open to anyone. Welcoming all, Alpha Phi Omega is a national co-ed service fraternity founded on the principles of Leadership, Friendship and Service. It provides its members the opportunity to develop leadership skills as they volunteer on their campus, in their community, to the nation, and to the organization. With more than 400,000 members on over 375 campuses, Alpha Phi Omega continues to provide more service on more campuses than any other collegiate service organization.

Setting the standard for college campus-based volunteerism since 1925. Alpha Phi Omega strives to help each member develop leadership skills, experience friendship, and provide service to others. The Alpha Gamma Xi chapter of Alpha Phi Omega at the University of Dayton has around 100 members today, providing opportunities of service almost each and everyday. We do not haze prospective members and open all events to all members.

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Why summer can't come... APO

Many people keep praying until school is done, but for me that's the last thing I want. Today definitely showed me a lot of why. 
I can't be away from APO for three months. Just thinking about it brings a tear to my eye. The seniors that are leaving including my big, Marty, Jaclyn, and Jess make me wish college was forever. 
At refugee tutoring today, I worked with a junior in high school who moved to the US two years ago from Rwanda. She was not only a talented, but kind and motivated. She has high expectations for herself and is asking for help for all the right things. She wanted to get a job this summer and apply for colleges- her dream is to go to Wright State with her best friend who will be going there this fall! As I left today, I thought to myself I can't leave. I need to stay and help her and watch her in her incredible journey. It pains me to think of a summer without all the people we help at APO. I constantly talk about my puppies from Pawsitive that I can't live without, Ruth from Carlyle House, and all the bright kids at refugee tutoring. I constantly force myself to go to service. Most days I will admit I don't want to go, but I always end up coming back learning something about myself and wanting to improve this world.
So I guess you could say I caught a spark today. From Marty who wasn't even attending service driving Nora and I to helping tutor, it was perfect. 
So, I don't want summer to come because that means time away from my brothers of APO. Whenever I miss my biological brothers, my APO brothers are there to remind me I am always home. Whenever I need a laugh, Marty or Jaclyn tell me a stupid joke. Whenever I need to rant MC will be there with me. Whenever I need inspiration to keep going, APO is there. 

Sorry, I got those feels. Thank you to all my brothers. For those of you who will be g wording soon please please please don't forget about us. Thanks for anyone who read this rambling mess that is my brain right now. :)
Posted by Maureen Dusing on April 23, 2019 at 7:38pm