SERVICE PROJECTS

 

DR. BETTY SHABAZZ DELTA ACADEMY & DR. JEANNE L. NOBLE GEMS

This program provides girls age 8-18 with supervised and structured experiences that broaden their world views, instill the need to achieve academic excellence, increase technical skills, provide opportunities for self-reflection, individual growth, leadership and service. This curriculum will focus on college preparation, school readiness and personal development.

MLK Breakfast 2016

 

COLLEGE APTITUDE TEST (CAT) PREPARATORY PROGRAM

For 35 years, Hartford Alumnae’s award-winning CAT Prep Program has equipped students with strategies to improve their test-taking skills. In 1981, the Hartford Alumnae Chapter established a SAT review and preparation program at Weaver High School in Hartford CT. Over 2,000 students have participated in the review program and have attended HBCUs and prominent universities.

 

DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. SCHOLARSHIP BREAKFAST

The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship Breakfast continues to be Hartford Alumnae’s signature fundraising program. Proceeds from the breakfast enable the chapter to award renewable scholarships to talented graduating high school African American female students. With the help of corporate and community sponsorship, we have been able to award over $325,000 in scholarships.

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Congratulations to our 2017 Scholarship Recipients, from L to R: Tiyah Thompson, Lauryn Flowers, Amina Lampkin, and Desarae Cotton.

Congratulations to our 2017 Scholarship Recipients, from L to R: Tiyah Thompson, Lauryn Flowers, Amina Lampkin, and Desarae Cotton.


HABITAT FOR HUMANITY PARTNERSHIP

Building Homes, Building Lives is the goal for Habitat for Humanity. The Hartford Alumnae Chapter partners with the Hartford Area Habitat for Humanity to help eliminate poverty housing. Hartford Alumnae actively participates in the ongoing building of affordable housing. We host an annual Greek Build with other Pan-Hellenic organizations in June.