Alpha Omega Tau
OTA Honor Society
Alpha Omega Tau
The National Honor Society for Occupational Therapy Assistants
“The infinite power of the skilled Occupational Therapy Assistant.”
Welcome to Alpha Omega Tau (AΩT)
Alpha Omega Tau (AΩT) is a specialized honor society for students and graduates of an occupational therapy assistant program who meet the eligibility requirements for Chapter establishment. AΩT recognizes and encourages superior scholarship in a specialized or given field of study at a school, college, or larger unit of a University or within a field of study of a two-year college.
To support excellence in occupational therapy by recognizing occupational therapy assistant students and professionals who have demonstrated distinction in scholarship leadership and service; and by fostering their continued growth and involvement in the field for the benefit of the profession and society.
“Aware of the calling and responsibility of the occupational therapy assistant to represent, serve and lead in the profession of Occupational Therapy, I hereby pledge my efforts to further Alpha Omega Tau’s purposes and ideals, and to prove myself a worthy member of this honor society.”
1. To recognize and encourage scholastic, service and leadership excellence of occupational therapy assistant students and professionals.
2. To contribute to the advancement of the field of occupational therapy through the scholarship, service and leadership activities of the members.
3. To provide a vehicle for members to exchange information and to collaborate regarding scholarship, service and leadership activities.
Please follow the link to the Society Resources page for chapter, applicant, and member resources.
Review the Quick Reference for guidelines regarding establishing a Chapter and the process for nominating a member.
Occupational Therapy Leaders and Legacies Foundation
Universal Registered Agents, Inc.
600 North Second Street, Suite 401
Harrisburg, PA 17101
National Coordinator Contact
Please contact the National Coordinator with questions, concerns, or feedback :
Kathryn Melin Eberhardt, MA Ed., COTA/L, ROH
AΩT is a program of the Occupational Therapy Leaders and Legacies Foundation, a non-profit organization under Section 501C3 of the US IRS code