One of the programs we are most proud of in Gamma Pi chapter is our Project ENRICH initiative. This program helps prepare young high school students in Prince George's County for the rigors of college, beginning in the ninth grade and working with them for four years through 12th grade. One Saturday each month during the school year, they attend seminars, workshops and lectures that we arrange on the campus of Bowie State University. On February 11, we held a Black History month program in conjunction with Project ENRICH that centered on a salute to Washington, D.C.'s Nannie Helen Burroughs, one of the forgotten heroines of the civil right movement from the early 1900s. If you are visiting our site, we encourage you to stop by our Project ENRICH page (under Service/UPLIFT) and take a few minutes to review that fabulous program. It was a great learning opportunity for the students. It was an historic occasion. We have pictures and videos.
Gordon Everett, Sr., Basileus