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Do you know a high schooler who needs college information, application help, test prep, scholarship resources, and mento...
10/25/2020
Video Conferencing, Web Conferencing, Online Meetings, Screen Sharing - Zoom

Do you know a high schooler who needs college information, application help, test prep, scholarship resources, and mentorship? Tell them about #CAP (College Admissions Program)! We push our high schoolers to the next level. Join us TODAY from 2-4 for an interactive, engaging session. Today's guest speaker is awesome! Participation is FREE. Link and login information below.

Meeting ID: 919 1262 6441
Passcode: 548040

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10/08/2020
V-103 The People's Station

Encouraging EVERYONE to stroll to the polls!!!

Created and Produced by Maisha Land
Cinematography: Mario Eugene Page
@marioeugenepage

Maisha Land is an Atlanta dance instructor and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. When Senator Kamala Harris got nominated she got inspired, and it turned out she wasn't the only one. She brought together a group of women who felt the same way. They did what black sororities do,Stroll; which shows how black women move in unison.
They decided to shoot a video to inspire other people to stroll to the polls and vote. Cinematographer Mario Eugene Page, a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, captured this epic moment. Maisha Land is also the owner of Gems of Georgia Dance School in SW Atlanta.

10/05/2020
Thank you, Maurice West for your guidance and support of our CAP Teens!  Part 2 is definitely in order. Maurice A. West ...
09/28/2020

Thank you, Maurice West for your guidance and support of our CAP Teens! Part 2 is definitely in order.
Maurice A. West is the Dean of Men $ External Affairs Paul Quinn College. He is the National Chairman of Kappa Kamp Leadership Program amoung others. Thank you for your time, our teens our motivated!
https://youtu.be/BjqbS8ypAZY

My HBCU is West Virginia State University.  The HBCU my dad graduated from in 1954 as a 2nd Lt in the US Army. He instil...
09/28/2020

My HBCU is West Virginia State University. The HBCU my dad graduated from in 1954 as a 2nd Lt in the US Army. He instilled in me the importance of education and being proud of who I am.

Today at 2!  Be sure to log in.  We have an awesome experience and a great speaker planned.
09/27/2020

Today at 2! Be sure to log in. We have an awesome experience and a great speaker planned.

Veronica Moore West Virgina State University In Loving Memory of my Grandpa, Thomas A. CooperGraduating year: 1954 This ...
09/26/2020

Veronica Moore

West Virgina State University

In Loving Memory of my Grandpa, Thomas A. Cooper
Graduating year: 1954

This HBCU is special to me because it is where my grandfather graduated. His graduation from college set the precedent for my college graduation. I am forever grateful to be his legacy.

Dr. Nashunda Carr, PsyD, LPC, NCC, MAC, ACS, SAP1st Vice President & Graduate AdvisorI am a proud member of Alpha Kappa ...
09/25/2020

Dr. Nashunda Carr, PsyD, LPC, NCC, MAC, ACS, SAP
1st Vice President & Graduate Advisor

I am a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, and a graduate of Fort Valley State University (2002) with a Masters in Mental Health Counseling. After graduating from a PWI, I wanted to experience the traditions of an HBCU and join many family members who were proud to be Wildcats. FVSU professors set high standards and were committed to mentoring me to achieve every goal. My HBCU education afforded me the opportunity to pursue my dream of becoming a psychotherapist and owner of Positive Innovations, a behavioral health group practice, with locations in Texas and Georgia. I 💗 my HBCU! #FVSU

Christina Freeman, Ed.DAlbany State University Class of 2002Gamma Sigma Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Fall ‘01When I arriv...
09/24/2020

Christina Freeman, Ed.D
Albany State University
Class of 2002
Gamma Sigma Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Fall ‘01

When I arrived to ASU, I knew I was home. My HBCU taught me the value of my past, as well as the potential of my future. The professors were top notch, the opportunities were endless, and the expectations were high. Seeds were planted and watered. A Golden Ram is more than a title, it’s a lifestyle.

It was at Albany State University that I joined the illustrious sisterhood of Alpha Kappa Alpha. I met my husband, friends, scholars, and a network of outstanding professionals that edified all aspects of my life—then and today. The culture, music, student life, Greek involvement, sporting events, homecomings and family atmosphere made for a life-changing collegiate experience. Albany State University left an indelible mark which helped to shape my life’s trajectory and path. I now desire to pass the HBCU legacy on to my personal children as well as other young people that I am blessed to work with.

09/24/2020
U.S. Department of Education

Congratulations to Soror Principal Wanda Johnson and her awesome team of educators at Milam Elementary for this huge accomplishment! Way to make a difference.

Congratulations to the 367 schools recognized today as 2020 National Blue Ribbon Schools! This coveted award affirms the hard work of educators, families, and communities in creating safe and welcoming schools where students master challenging and engaging content.

Join us at 1:00 p.m. EST for the announcement of this year’s honorees.

Marjorie HamptonMorgan State University, BS Degree-Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.Eta Pi Omega Chapter- 1989Mo...
09/24/2020

Marjorie Hampton
Morgan State University, BS Degree-
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
Eta Pi Omega Chapter- 1989
Morgan State was chosen because it was a natural transition from Bates High School to college. Bates High School was the only school for African Americans in Anne Arundel County, Maryland at the time. I chose Morgan knowing that my high school friends were also going. My intent was to become a teacher. Morgan has a great reputation as a higher education intuition.
The impact was being around people with similar experiences, feeling of family and togetherness. I never felt alone or lonely on campus. There was always someone around even if you didn’t know them personally. The impact today can’t be put into words, it’s a feeling. Seems like the heart beats just a bit differently when I think about any HBCU.
I became a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Eta Pi Omega Chapter in 1989.

Let’s give a shout out to our #CAP Scholars from the Class of 2020! Four of our high school seniors chose to make an HBC...
09/23/2020

Let’s give a shout out to our #CAP Scholars from the Class of 2020! Four of our high school seniors chose to make an HBCU their home! They are…

Trinity Proctor: Prairieview A&M University
Dayton Jamierson: Xavier University
Mikayla Williams: Spelman College
Terrance Woodard: Langston University

 #XULA #Spelman #PVAMU #LangstonU

Virginia Finlayson,  Benedict CollegeGrad. Year              1968I chose Benedict College as my HBCU because it was high...
09/22/2020

Virginia Finlayson, Benedict College
Grad. Year 1968
I chose Benedict College as my HBCU because it was highly spoken of by my high school principal and other alumni. They demonstrated that BC shaped and molded proud and productive graduates. My HBCU has impacted me in many ways like expanding my education, introducing me to new people and new experiences that have helped me to be a better person and to be equipped to go out into the world and face my future. The financial scholarship they awarded to me was also helpful.
I became a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, along with 19 other young ladies, during my sophomore year at BC. I met my husband there and we are still involved with Benedict College National Alumni Association.

On this day we are asking for generous contributions that will help sustain HBCUs for years to come. Now, more than ever...
09/21/2020

On this day we are asking for generous contributions that will help sustain HBCUs for years to come. Now, more than ever we can positively impact the lives of thousands of HBCU students encountering the challenges of a global pandemic, social injustice, and educational inequality.

Contributions may be made in one of the following ways:

*Text to Give: Text AKAHBCU to 44321.
*Make an online contribution at https://donate.akaeaf.org/
*Contribute by mail to:
Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation, Inc.
5656 South Stony Island Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637

Thank you for your support!

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09/15/2020

Spread the word!

Dr. Carmelita (Eta Pi Omega) join her today on PVAMU page.
09/15/2020

Dr. Carmelita (Eta Pi Omega) join her today on PVAMU page.

Texas Early Voting 🗳 October 13 - October 30. #AKAsLEAD #AKAsVote
08/21/2020

Texas Early Voting 🗳 October 13 - October 30. #AKAsLEAD #AKAsVote

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority  / Eta Pi Omega
08/20/2020

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority / Eta Pi Omega

08/11/2020
07/18/2020
Congratulations, Sorors!
07/17/2020

Congratulations, Sorors!

Please join us in congratulating our newly appointed South Central Region Cluster Coordinators. #AKA1908 #WeAreSouthCentral #WeAreAlphaKappaAlpha

06/21/2020
Congratulations to our #CAP Scholar, Trinity Proctor!  We are so proud of you!
06/21/2020

Congratulations to our #CAP Scholar, Trinity Proctor! We are so proud of you!

2020 Chapin High School graduating student, Miss Trinity Proctor won the Brother James J. Crouch Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $2,000.

06/19/2020
On National Decision Day , we would like to recognize five of our seniors from our #CAP Program. Every scholar was accep...
05/02/2020

On National Decision Day , we would like to recognize five of our seniors from our #CAP Program. Every scholar was accepted to his/her college of choice. We are so very proud of them. Here are our scholars and their colleges!!!!

Thanks for sharing, J5 Education Consulting!!!
04/14/2020

Thanks for sharing, J5 Education Consulting!!!

03/19/2020
03/04/2020
El Paso ISD Fine Arts

Destiny painting sold! Destiny was one of our high school winners in this years art show. Congratulations Destiny!!

Congratulations to Destiny Uribe, our very own Andress High School artist who displayed her artwork at the Jazz Abstractions Art Exhibit, at the EPISD Artspace. One of our our guests visiting the gallery loved her painting and was eager to buy her artwork. Today we present Destiny with a check for the purchase of her painting Titled "Jazz Dreams".
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PO Box 971845
El Paso, TX
79997-1845

Telephone

(915) 549-7093

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Good morning Sorors, In need of some assistance. If a Soror in leadership can give me a call at +12299472228 that would be greatly appreciated. Sisterly, Soror Ulekeya
Just wanted to say hi sorors. Spring ‘98 is approaching our 20th year and I wanted to say I still love AKA and ETA Pi Omega is always in my heart....and oh how I miss my other mother Mrs. Gordon💞💞💞💞💞 The boots in the pic are nice but zoom in on the painting in the back ground.....purchased 19 yrs ago from one of the ladies of Eta Pi Omega. Can anyone guess the name of the artist????