(Go to High School / College, Project Alpha)
The Alpha ESQ mentorship program is designed to provide education, motivation and skill-building on issues of personal responsibility, relationships, STEM, entrepreneurship and financial literacy for young males ages 12-18 years. The goals of our interactive mentorship program are to share knowledge by combating ignorance and fear with factual information, debunk the myths by taking a critical look into popular culture, and increasing skills by creating a sense of empowerment and self-esteem.
Voteless People / Hopeless People
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Locally the Foundation has given tens of thousands in scholarships over a 50+ year span under the Alpha Phi Alpha "Go to High School, Go to College" Program. Our annual award has gone to promising college-bound high school students from the Capital Region, many of whom are first-generation college students and graduates. Past recipients have gone on to enjoy academic success at prestigious institutions such as Harvard, Brown, Princeton, Vassar, Hobart, Colgate, Nebraska, Syracuse, Morehouse, Spelman, Virginia Intermont, Union, and Oxford, and include a Rhodes Scholar and Harvard law graduate, as well as five NCAA All-American collegiate athletes.
PARTNERS / PROJECTS
We have collaborated with several local organizations to execute unique service learning initiatives. This includes:
All-American Soap Box Derby (STEM readiness)
Cut Hypertension Community Heath Initiative
Albany High School Football Booster & College Access Program
The Albany Promise Stakeholder Council
Community Cuts & Styles (CD-NPHC)