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Guide Right is the fraternity's national social outreach program which began in 1922. Programs provide workshops, role models, mentors, and financial assistance for at risk youth in communities throughout the country. The New Orleans Alumni chapter supports Guide Right in two ways, Kappa League and Kappa Kamp.

Kappa League. Kappa League involves African American male youth between the ages of 11-17 in bi-weekly after school workshops. The workshops include from self-esteem, etiquette, college preparation, family and academic success. The workshops are facilitated by members of the chapter and the New Orleans community. The program occurs from October to April annually and culminates with a banquet. Two members of Kappa League are selected to participate in Kappa Kamp at Piney Woods.

Kappa Kamp at Piney Woods, June 13-25, 2010. Since 1986 The Piney Woods School's Summer Enrichment Camp has been providing students in grades 9-11 with the opportunity to acquire skills through intensive workshops. Students may choose from a number of enrichment camps and classes, as well as attend a variety of cultural and recreational activities, field trips, and educational lectures. Work, fun, and more all take place within a safe country setting located in the piney woods of Mississippi. Two Kappa League members are selected annually to represent the city and the chapter in this camp. All expenses are paid for by the New Orleans Alumni chapter.

Files Available For Download

• Ronalds Letter.pdf