The Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation presents “Tradition of Leadership® — Education to Enfranchisement and Enfranchisement to Employment,” a century of women’s history from 1870 to 1970. This journey through women’s history begins with women in higher education in the late 19th century and carries us through 1970 as women continued to make their mark in the workplace. Exhibit curator Edith Petersilia Mayo, curator emerita, is known for her work on the “From Parlor to Politics” exhibition and her reinterpretation of the “First Ladies” exhibition at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History. Exhibit designer and Columbus College of Art and Design graduate Doug Distel brings Mayo’s scripts to life with his bold designs and
Kappa Kappa Gamma’s invitation to membership as a member of Eta Psi Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma. INVITATION to membership Name (please print) Signature __________________________________ __________________________________ I ACCEPT I DECLINE Kappa Kappa Gamma’s invitation to membership as a member of Eta Psi Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma. INVITATION to membership Name (please print)
Image a pretty, blonde haired, college girl who isn’t the smartest, and a college guy who drinks too much and wears Sperrys with a Vineyard Vines shirt. Did you imagine these people and associate them with a particular group found on college campuses? Sometimes these stereotypes and and many other stigmas are associated with people in Greek Life. However, ASU’s Panhellenic Association (PHA) holds the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC) sororities on this campus to a higher standard, and the actions of these sororities shed light on some of the false stereotypes associated with them.
As a former brother of Alpha Beta fraternity, Daytona 100 is honored to have received your request to house the men of Alpha Beta during your Spring Break, March 18-24. It has been an honor to house the fine men in the past. The men of Alpha Beta fraternity have been noble and respectful men. The Daytona 100 is a five-star hotel that serves to the topmost business clientele in the Daytona area.
According to Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity Bylaws, Article XVI. , Section 2., “An association voting to disband shall give three months notice in writing of such intention to the District Director and Alumna Relations Specialist. At the end of this period, provided the request to disband has not been withdrawn, the charter shall be surrendered and the archives be sent to the Fraternity Headquarters. All remaining assets shall be transferred to the Kappa Kappa Gamma Foundation.” When the Alumna Relations Specialist learns of an alumnae association’s desire to disband, she should contact the District Director.
I am writing this letter to express my interest in your illustrious organization, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. I am currently a senior majoring in Criminal Justice, minoring in African American Studies with aspirations of becoming a Social Justice Attorney. Born in the inner city of New York and being raised in the suburbs of Atlanta, I am not your typical Southern Belle or City girl. I like to think of myself as being a fine mix of the two. At a young age my mother groomed me into what she believed a well-rounded lady should be.
Given the initial assessment of Beta Gamma Nu and the goals that I have for the organization, these will be the ways which we will accomplish those goals: When it comes to continue to build deep relationships with other chapters in Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), we will be attempting to reach every organization through socials and workshops around our philanthropy of “B Fit”. Our organization will be hosting a social with Alpha Phi Gamma Multicultural Sorority by playing volleyball with each prospective interest of our organization. This corresponds to being physically and mentally fit and is beneficial to potential members of MGC to learn about other organizations under council. We will also be participating in a Salsa Night with Kappa Delta Chi Multicultural Sorority as a way to practice for our upcoming Fall Ball Suicide Awareness. It is also useful in gaining an appreciation for the culture of salsa and to connect with the
The first notable member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated that really sticks out to me is Umzae George Washington Carver. He was initiated in the Gamma Chapter in the year of 1918. To begin I selected him, because he was a very familiar name. I remember learning about Umzae George Washington Carver in the elementary and middle school. With creating over 100 different uses for the peanut, soybean, and sweat potato he was a very prominent African American man in the 1920s.
My intention is not to join this organization to step or because I like to party but, because I believe whole-heartedly in the values of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., scholarship, service, sisterhood and finer womanhood. I believe that through Zeta Phi Beta Inc. I will be able to fine tune my leadership skills, make lifelong friendships and help people on my journey as others did for me. It is my hope that this lifestyle will change my life for the better.
Explain your interest in joining Phi Delta Epsilon-MA Alpha Chapter. * I want to join Phi Delta Epsilon because it would provide me the chance to build lifelong connections and gain networking opportunities. Most importantly, I see myself forming a bond with other members, studying and sharing memories of what it’s like to be a premedical student at UMass Boston. The ability to connect, strive for success and learning from others with the same goal to attend medical school is what I’m truly seeking as a hopeful applicant of PhiDE. Joining the fraternity is the beginning phase of my strenuous road to become a successful physician.
To the women of the grad chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Incorporated: The purpose of this letter is to inform you of my interest in becoming a member of the grad chapter of Delta Sigma Theta, Incorporated. My desire to inspire young men and women and make a significant impact on their lives is just one of many reasons I aspire to join your great sorority. While growing up at a young age my mom worked out of my sibling lives. I did not have many positive female role models I could look to for guidance in different situations.
“The chief significance of Alpha Phi Alpha lies in its purpose to stimulate, develop, and cement an intelligent, trained leadership in the unending fight for freedom, equality, and fraternity. Our task is endless.” Jewel Henry Arthur Callis. Since its founding Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity has remained loyal to its ideal of providing advocacy for its community.
but I also believe Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. has so much more to offer myself and the world. Who wouldn’t want to be apart of a sisterhood that engages in Educational Development, Economic Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health, and Political Awareness and Involvement? The world we live in today needs strong educated black women to leave their mark and uplift the lives of others. The key to success for me is to put what I believe into practice. Think phenomenal things and then work hard to put them into action.
At Western Michigan University, there are many micro-cultures. One particular micro-culture I want to belong to is a sorority by the name of Delta Sigma Theta, incorporated. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was founded on January 13, 1913, 103 years ago, by 22 collegiate women at Howard University to promote academic excellence and provide assistance to those in need. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority is the largest African-American Greek-lettered organization.
I can contribute my knowledge of social justice and ability to be a community servant to this organization. My long-term life goal is to become a hospital owner in multiple underrepresented areas and foreign countries. Being a community servant, one can build character while helping open doors or provide opportunities for those who are less fortunate. I’ve read the many articles of the large groups of Alpha men graduating from Meharry Medical College, that have had such a huge impact on the surrounding communities by giving a helping hand when needed. It’s the small things that count and makes me eager to join the previous groups of male leaders striving to achieve their goals, which defy all odds against