Brothers and Sisters, kindly see as attached the updated ID form for general use. Download Here. See below the requirements for ID applications: CHECKLIST FOR NEW ID APPLICATIONS BATCH 2008 TO PRESENT Completely filled Up ID form with attached photo 1X1 or 2X2 ID picture Updated Reliable… Read More
As Approved through Resolution 1719-063,“Resolution Adopting the Life 1 Membership & Associate Membership Guidelines as part of the Policy Charter to be 2 forwarded to the GA 2018”. See Details as attached Other Types of Conferment. Read More
To those who have submitted applications pursuant to the old guidelines, please do the following
This is to inform you that the Policy Charter Committee is still drafting the Guidelines for the issuance of life membership. In this regard, please be advised that the CoMe cannot yet process your life membership until said guidelines will have been finalized and approved.
Conferred Life Members & Associate Members, May 27, 2019 (29th NBGA, General Santos City)
The Commission on Membership (CoMe) hereby recommends the following LIFE MEMBERSHIP APPLICANTS
I.ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP GUIDELINES As per National Code of By-Laws, Associate Membership is categorized into four (4) namely; 1) APO Foreign Members, 2) Supporters and Friends, 3) Spouses of Members, and 4) Children of APO Spouses. Although the guidelines in each category may be similar in some respects, guidelines for specific… Read More
The goal of this Brand Guide is to create a common language for Alpha Phi Omega Philippines that is reflective of who and what we are and in consonance with Alpha Phi Omega USA but with our own unique subtleties. Please take the time to review this information.
Resolution No. 15 SERIES OF 2005-2007: Resolution Amending the ID Processing Guidelines, Annual Dues and ID Processing Fees.
During the 4th National Executive Board Meeting held at Vigan, Ilocos Sur on June 22-23, 2002, Resolution No. 4-016, a resolution sponsored by Bro. Boy Lopez was approved requiring the National Executive Secretary to create and maintain two (2) lists and should be displayed conspicuously at the National Office. The first list is the Not-a-Member List (NML). This list will contain the names of those who were declared not a member of this organization. The second list is the Disciplinary Action List (DAL). This list will contain the names of those who were given a Disciplinary Action - suspended or expelled. Both lists should also be made available on the Internet to facillitate dissemination to the members.