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A Letter From Our President

Sisters, alumnae, and friends of Alpha Omega Epsilon, 


My name is Kylie Phelps, and I have the honor and pleasure of serving as the 2022 President of the Sigma Chapter of Alpha Omega Epsilon at Georgia Tech. 


As an out-of-state student finishing up my first semester at Tech, I found myself still searching for my home away from home. I stumbled across AΩE in Spring 2020 and have never looked back. I found a diverse, tight-knit group of driven, like-minded women that made a big school seem small. 


The sisters and alumnae of Alpha Omega Epsilon are incredibly intelligent, passionate, supportive, and kind. They build one another up and offer unconditional love. They have helped me grow into a confident woman in STEM and supported my growth socially, academically, and professionally. I look forward to serving this wonderful community of women and promoting our pillars of friendship, leadership, and professionalism as president. 

To all of our visitors and new friends, I welcome you to explore our website and learn more about what makes AΩE so special. Check out our recruitment page for more information about our spring recruitment and follow us on our instagram @gtaoe to stay connected! Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have!

Kylie Phelps


Kylie Phelps (she/her)




Come join us and learn more about Alpha Omega Epsilon. September 6th - 8th 

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We are a smaller chapter averaging 50 active members which creates a tight-knit community of sisters. 



Meet our executive board and officer team, as well as, what our sisters are involved in on campus. 

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A.O.E. is a social & professional sisterhood. See what are up to and their current internships and co-ops. 

"Finding a support system in college can be really hard. There are so many things to do in order to be a well rounded student that it can be dizzying. With AΩE there’s a support system of sister ready to help along the way. Writing resumes or finding jobs can be really hard, but the workshops that are set up make it easier. When one of us is struggling, all they have to do is say it and there is a small army of girls ready to help her through it."

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