• crestAlpha Phi Alpha

    Mu Theta Lambda

    The goal of the Mu Theta Lambda Chapter is to stimulate the ambitions of its members; to prepare them for the greatest usefulness in the causes of humanity, freedom and dignity of the individual; to encourage the highest and noblest form of manhood; and, to aid downtrodden humanity In its effort to achieve higher social, economic and intellectual states; and to foster community solidarity through individual and collective participation and leadership to attain these goals.

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    Scholarships

    Joseph G. LeCount Scholarship for young Men (awarded annually to young men in their senior year of high school pursuing post-secondary schooling)
    • Joseph Gray LeCount was the first African-American attorney registered to practice law in the state of Rhode Island. During his most active years, he organized a social club for Black youth who were not allowed to participate in a segregated Providence community. This provided the opportunity for them to participate in sports and to conduct regular meetings. The vision for the youth was to show the Providence community, Black and White, that Black youth could organize, be responsible and make a positive impact. For more information – please contact Terrance Orr, Chapter President @ (803) 942-8341 or providencealphas@gmail.com.

    Awards

    2001-2002 & 2008-2009 ONECA Alumni Chapter of the Year

    Address

    Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
    Mu Theta Lambda Chapter
    PO Box 40566
    Providence, RI 02940

    Inter/National website: http://www.alphaphialpha.net/

    Recruitment Info

    For more information regarding membership please contact:
    Jeffrey Feaster, Intake Coordinator – @ providencealphas@gmail.com.
    You can also visit our National Office website @ www.alphaphialpha.net for criteria, frequently asked questions and to request an application

    Contacts

    Terrance Orr, MTL President – 803-942-8341 or terranceorr@gmail.com

    Terence Bain, Secretary