Greetings to all,
I welcome you all to the website of Kappa Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. Last semester, Kappa Chapter welcomed fourteen beautiful young women into the chapter. We hosted beneficial events such as: PINK Goes Red which educated the public on heart disease, and hosted an event titled “Pretty Girls Rock” for the young ladies of Emerging Young Leaders. Even still, Kappa Chapter still found time to volunteer around the state of Indiana at the Auntie Mame’s Childcare Center and Emmerich Manual High school. This fall semester brings lots of excitement; Kappa Chapter is eager serve and produce more programs and events for the surrounding campuses and community. The programs and events we put forth are based on our International Program Initiatives and Kappa Chapter's own P.E.A.R.L.S Initiatives.
Feel free to navigate through our website, as we have tried to make it very user friendly. We have worked to update the website, so that you may stay updated with current information about Kappa Chapter. You will find not only our chapter history, but also past events, as well as future events the chapter will host that is open to the public. On the side bar, you will find our social media accounts along with links that will take you directly to the requested page. We hope that you see the work Kappa Chapter puts forth in an effort to serve all mankind. Lastly, the chapter would like to thank you for continued support as we strive to serve.
Kappa Chapter President
Paris Walton received a scholarship for Archaeology School.
Leah Lovely was inducted into Phi Eta Sigma Honor Society at Butler University.
Kappa Chapter received the Global Poverty Award in Programming for Undergraduate City-Wide Chapter at the 80th Central Regional Conference.
Seven members were recognized as Central Regional Scholars at the 80th Central Regional Conference.
Chavelle Curd, Terrice Hooks, and Chuantiava Sells were inducted into the Sigma Alpha Pi National Honor Society at Indiana University Purdue University- Indianapolis.
Bria Booker received an internship at Eli Lilly marketing.
Whitnie Goins was hired by Johnson & Johnson, a Fortune 50 company.
Dorene Hinton is an intern at SOME ( So Others Might Eat) in Washington DC.
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