Engaged Families and Communities

Omega Psi Phi’s Partner with NEA Priority Schools

The Omega Psi Phi’s Centennial Conclave is occurring in Washington, DC, July 27th-31st.  Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. is the first international fraternal organization to be founded on the campus of a historically black college. Working with NEA’s Office of Minority Community, the Omega’s today announced a public proclamation to support NEA’s Priority Schools Campaign. As part of the partnership with NEA and the Priority Schools Campaign, local chapters of the Fraternity will adopt priority schools, volunteering their time and mentoring students in their adopted schools.

Click here to read the partnership proclamation.

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