National Programs and Partnerships

  • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. has a National Mentoring Initiative, which covers four areas: Academic Development, Leadership Development, Personal Development and Social Development. Our chapter sponsors programmming which address the goals of each of these areas. We have collaborative partnerships with; the March of Dimes, Faith based organizations, Community based organizations, Boy Scouts of America, Middle and High schools and area colleges who help us deliver needed programs to the Greater New England community.


    PROJECT ALPHA

    A program designed to help develop our youth because they are truly our future. The program has an objective of assisting in the development of youth by coordinating programs that deal with problems they encounter and dates back to the early days of our fraternity. Such programs include teen pregnancy workshops, Big Brother programs and lectures. This program is carried out in collaboration with the March of Dimes. Click here for more information



    GO TO HIGH SCHOOL GO TO COLLEGE

    A program initiated over fifty years ago that continues to stress the importance of higher education. Such activities include High School recruitment for college students, seminars and providing scholarships for higher education. Click here for more information



    A VOTELESS PEOPLE IS A HOPELESS PEOPLE

    This program emphasizes the importance of voting and the objective to assure all qualified voters register and vote. This program was very instrumental in the years when minorities were intimidated from using their voting rights. Click here for more infomation



    BOY SCOUT PROGRAM

    Where chapters actively become involved with Boy Scout chapters because we realize that in many respects there is a common purpose for both organizations. Click here for more infomation | Boy Scout National Website



    BIG BROTHERS/ BIG SISTERS OF AMERICA

    The Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America program was implemented during the fraternity's 1990 General Convention.The two organizations signed an agreement to assist each other in reaching their goals of working toward the positive development of African-American youth and empowering their families and communities. Click here for more information



    MARCH FOR BABIES