HBCU for Life: A Call to Action
Sorority members will continue its focus on education with an emphasis on historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs).
Alpha Kappa Alpha will assist students as they seek admission to college by providing guidance and support in completing the application and enrollment process through the 2018-2022 Signature Program, #CAPSM.
Women's Healthcare and Wellness
Sorority members will continue to raise community awareness of critical health issues impacting African-American women. The primary focuses will be breast cancer awareness and prevention, heart health, nutrition and wellness, and care for the caregivers.
Building Your Economic LegacySorority members will emphasize financial planning, asset accumulation, and wealth building including savings and investments, managing debt, and improving credit.
The Arts!Sorority members will expose students to arts enrichment and culture by focusing on visual and performing arts and by showcasing talent through the exploration of writers, entertainers and various other artists.
Sorority members will engage in programming designed to enhance the international footprint of the sorority.
Community Impact Days
Epsilon Chi Omega members will implement International Community Service Days annually to highlight the organization’s collective impact in program target areas:
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service (January)
Pink Goes Red for Heart Health Day (February)
AKA Global Impact Day of Observance (April)
AKA International Day of Prayer Observance (August)
National HBCU Week (September)
Breast Cancer Awareness Day (October)
AKA Caregivers' Day Observance (November)
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