PHI LAMBDA CHAPTER of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity INC.
Go To High School, Go To College
A Voteless People Is A Hopeless People
THE PHI LAMBDA EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION
African American Leaders of Tomorrow (AALOT)
This is the flagship program of the Foundation. It serves middle and high school students. The program’s underlying theme is the importance of completing secondary and collegiate education as a road to advancement. It is designed to improve the student’s math, science, and language educational performance by providing tutorial services. On a personal level, the curriculum is designed to improve self-esteem, self-awareness, personal confidence and identification. Parental involvement is a significant success factor. The charter members of this group are all professional men in fields such as engineering, accounting, law, teaching, video production, etc.
A collaborative effort with the March of Dimes, Project Alpha provides education, motivation, and skill-building on issues of responsibility, relationships, teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases of young people of ages 12-15 years.
Stars of Tomorrow
Sponsored on an annual basis, as a talent showcase of youth from Wake and Johnston counties, this offers high school students opportunities to showcase their talents, win prizes, and be recognized countywide for their efforts. Proceeds from this event support scholarships given to outstanding high school students desiring to pursue a college education. Total scholarships given to date amount to $21,100. Additionally, a trophy is presented to the high school with the highest grade point average (GPA).
Bro. Antoine L. Medley
Bro. Charles Dunn
Bro. Shelton Ford, Ph.D
Bro. Eddie Lambert
Bro. Edward Parker
Bro. Brian Seymour
PHI LAMBDA CALENDAR
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The Phi Lambda Chapter and the Phi Lambda Educational Foundation invites you to attend the 90th celebration of the Phi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Complete Event Details
The Phi Lambda Educational Foundation will be holding a fundraising fish fry! Please visit www.philambda.org/menu for the the full menu list. Please let your family and friend know.
-INTEREST MEETING- The Alpha7 Project is the flagship male mentoring program of the Phi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. The program works to develop young men into well educated, civic minded, servant leaders. Middle and High School Boys Sunday September 25th, 2pm 3956 Durham Dr. Raleigh, NC 27603 For More Information[…]
The 2016 Phi Lambda Educational Foundation Scholarship is available. Please visit www.philambda.org/scholarship for details. Applications are due May 14th! Questions regarding the application may be directed to Charles Dunn (919) 621-2669 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2016 High School Graduates in Wake, Johnston, and surrounding Counties, are asked to participate in our initiative by registering and announcing to the world your plan to matriculate to a Community College, Technical School, or College/University. For more information call 919-807-1538. Date: June 5, 2016 Time: 3pm Location: Watts Chapel Missionary Baptist Church 3703 Tryon Rd. Raleigh,[…]
Brothers, Please save-the-date and spread the word. Also note the luncheon hosted by the fraternity will begin at noon on the same day Wednesday May 18, 2016.
On December 11, 2015 the brothers of Phi Lambda Chapter will serve food at the BBBS (Big Brother Big Sister of the Triangle) Christmas Party 6-8p this Friday 12/11 at 1801 Varsity Drive on NCSU campus. Contact Bro. Charles Dunn at email@example.com for more info on this event. (8 to 10 brothers are needed)
Please Join Us for a Brothers Only campaign fundraising reception in honor of Bro. Ward’s 30th Anniversary in Alpha! Sunday, November 22nd North Carolina Central University Law School 4pm-6pm
Old Gold & Black Ball is the signature fundraising event for the Phi Lambda Educational Foundation and the Phi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated. The funds generated from the event support the Phi Lambda Educational Foundation and the educational programming for the youth in Wake and Johnston Counties and throughout the State[…]