Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Case Study

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Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated was founded January 16, 1920 at Howard University in Washington D.C. This sorority was envisioned by five coeds who wanted a direct positive change, wanted to raise consciousness among their people, and, most importantly,they wanted to encourage the highest standards of scholastic excellence. Besides scholastic excellence, Zetas also believe in community service. Zetas have also implemented a National Educational Foundation community outreach services. Zetas have given an ample amount of non totaled volunteer hours to educate the public, assist the youth, provide scholarships, support organized charities and promote legislation for social and civic change. I believe that I exemplify both the academic and community service…show more content…
If I win this scholarship, I will know that the hard work of students who thrive for academic success isn’t looked over just because a student next to us thrives for success through their sport. In high school, we see an ample amount of our classmates get signed to different colleges and universities because of their abilities on the court or on the field. But, after being in classes with them for four or more years, we know that their grades aren’t of good quality all of the time. But, us students who work the hardest in the classrooms to pull off 4.0s and 5.0’s can barely get a decent scholarship because we don’t have a 25 or above ACT score. This can at times prevent students from going to their dream school because they don’t have the money to pay out of pocket for school. This scholarship shows the well-deserved recognition for thriving scholars. If I win this scholarship, I will be an example for my younger brother since his depression had been affecting his abilities in school. I will also be an example to my younger peers who look up to me for inspiration to be the best in everything that they
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