District Service Projects 
Updated:  September 7, 2018

Instructions for Service Projects 

During the 58th Annual District Conference, two service projects were held at local schools in the North Charleston area. We are asking Brothers in the District to implement these projects in your communities and show Alpha's commitment to service and developing young men to be leaders and scholars.

Let's Tie Things Up and Alpha Men Do Read 

South Carolina Alpha Brothers will serve middle school students through the "Let’s Tie Things Up" initiative by conducting interactive workshops regarding the importance of a positive and professional male image and career readiness. Brothers will cover a range of topics from dress for success, verbal communication strategies, tips to being successful in work environments, to career exploration.  Brothers will ultimately support young men in tying ties with a supply of donated neckties and booties.  The four objectives and topics of discussion for "Let's Tie Things Up" participants are:
    1. To explain the importance of a positive image.
    2. To help participants identify a career choice and skills necessary to be successful in their career.
    3. To demonstrate how to tie a neck or bow tie and dress professionally.
    4. To help participants develop critical thinking skills, creativity and teamwork.
The "Alpha Men Do Read" initiative represents the District’s proactive measure to promote literacy development in elementary schools. Brothers will conduct a book drive and dedicate reading time at local elementary schools."  The objectives of "Alpha Men Do Read" include:
    1. To identify a career choice and skills necessary to be successful in a career.
    2. To develop reading comprehension, critical thinking, and analytical (perspective talking) skills. 
      Please complete the 2018 District Conference Community Service Projects Form below to participate in one of the Community Service Projects. 

2018 District Conference Community Service Projects

Bobby Clark,
Oct 25, 2017, 8:11 PM