3 National Programs and 1 Special Initiatives helps to develop our Alpha Academy Mentoring Program

Our headquarters has placed mandates on all chapters to support and meet our organization’s National Programs requirements. Although leadership development is an initiative of the organization we are in line with the development of future leaders as well.

The men of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Eta Eta Lambda Chapter work diligently alongside other professionals within the Anne Arundel County Community to organize and facilitate monthly workshops and presentations. We strive to actively engage participants in an array of topics which may include: conflict resolution, leadership principles, public speaking, community and civic engagement, health and wellness, sex education (grades 6-12 with a signed permission slip), cultural awareness, educational enhancement skills, and personal development.

Project Alpha

This collaborative project is designed to provide education, motivation and skill-building on issues of responsibility, relationships, teen pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases for young males ages 12-15 years.

Go-to-High-School, Go-to-College

The "Go-to-High-School, Go-to-College" program, established in 1922, concentrates on the importance of completing secondary and collegiate education as a road to advancement.

A Voteless People
is a Hopeless People

Because of poll taxes, threats of reprisal, and lack of education about the voting process. Voter education and registration has remained a dominant focus of this outreach activity for over 65 years.

Leadership Development

It is our mission is to develop a 21st century generation of leaders. This mission starts with young people, particularly those who demonstrate the potential to comprehend and apply the fundamental principles needed by leaders.


Jeremy Martin
Sophomore, Annapolis High School

"AAMP has help me get and keep my life on the right path. It has helped my become a leader, understand how important my education is and I'm not trying to further my education. I will continue to attend and be a positive person in my community.


Some of our community involvements

Α Φ Α Eta Eta Lambda Chapter

Our chapter was Chartered (Founded) on April 14, 1959 by Seven distinguished men of character, community awareness and leadership. Those men are the Honorable Aris T. Allen, M.D., Samuel P. Callahan, D.D.S., Deacon Robert Hugh Haygood, Sr., Principal Lawrence E. Knight, Jerry Harris Luck, Esq., Colonel James Roland Randall, M.D. and Dr. Theodore H. Johnson, M.D. We are the 262nd chapter of our beloved Fraternity. We are an alumni chapter seated in Annapolis, Maryland.

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The Spruill Family Farm

The Spruill Family Farm, operated by our own Bro. Harold Spruill, was a significant part of our mentoring program. From 1992-1997, children were brought to the farm where they were taught how to harvest vegetables and assisted the brothers in selling their products at various Farmer's Markets in Annapolis. Bro. Harrell and his wife, the late Pearl Spruill, worked with various local civic organizations and fraternal groups to establish scholarships and educational programs, culminating in the establishment of the Har-Pearl Spruill Foundation, Inc.

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Young Men's Conference

Young Men's Conference was established to recap the Alpha Academy Mentoring Program year. The African American Young Men's Conference allows our chapter, partners and contributors the opportunity to discuss what our mentees have accomplished, learned and how to implement theses skills effectively. This symposium style conference has open conversations with parents and guardians along with presentations, guest speaker, step show, gifts and our Young Men’s Scholarship announcement.

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Alpha's Young Men's Scholarship

Eta Eta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. has established an educational grant to assist eligible African-American male high school graduates who wish to continue their education beyond high school. Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. is an African-American fraternity, which was founded in 1906 on the fundamentals of scholarship, fraternal fellowship, and service to mankind.

The scholarships, which have a one-time award value of $500.00 (1 each) or $1,000.00 (2 each), will be paid to each honoree’s chosen school after receipt of confirmed enrollment in the college, university or technical school.

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