Institute for Health Professions at Cambria Heights

 Mentoring programs will be held on the 1st and the 3rd Saturdays of Every Month. 

The Dr. Jeanne L. Noble G.E.M.S. Institute: Growing and Empowering Myself Successfully

Dr. Jeanne L. Noble Delta GEMS Institute is an outgrowth and continuation of the Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy Program.  Delta GEMS was created to assist in facilitating the dreams and goals of at-risk, adolescent African-American girls, aged 14-18.   Goals for Delta GEMS are:

1. To instill academic excellence

2. To provide tools permitting the girls to sharpen and enhance their skills to achieve academic success

3. To assist girls in setting and planning proper goal for their futures in ”high school and beyond 

4. To create compassionate, caring, and community minded young women by active involvement in      community service opportunities

The Delta GEMS framework has five major components (Scholarship, Sisterhood, "Show Me the Money", Service, and Infinitely Complete), which forms a road map for college and career planning.  Topics within the five major components provide interactive lessons and activities which allow opportunities for individual growth.  

ASCEND℠, our FREE signature youth enrichment program is designed to motivate, engage, and assist high school students in reaching their maximum potential in their journey to college or vocational employment.

ASCEND focuses on the following key areas:

Developmental Skills

Students in the ASCEND program have an opportunity to receive academic enrichment and life skills training to support their journey to college or vocational employment. Students spend a minimum of 3 hours per month participating in ASCEND activities.

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 About Sigma Beta Clubs

Affiliation: Youth Auxiliary Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated
Founder: Dr. Parlett L. More, 20th International President of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity
Established: 1950
Motto: Next Generation of Leaders Accepting Responsibility and Loving the Challenge
Members: Young men ages 8 to 18

In the early 1950s, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity became the first Greek organization to develop a youth auxiliary group. Under the direction of Dr. Parlett L. Moore (pictured) the Sigma Beta Club was founded. While as National Director of Education, Brother Moore was concerned about our changing needs in our communities and recognized the important role that Sigma men could play in the lives of our youth.  
On April 23, 1954, the first club chapter was organized in Montgomery, AL. Throughout its existence, Sigma Beta Club has been an essential part of the total organizational structure of many of the Alumni chapters of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. and offers men of Sigma a unique opportunity to develop wholesome value, leadership skills, and social and cultural awareness of youth at a most critical stage in the youth’s personal development.
The Sigma Beta Clubs’ principles of focus emphasize Culture, Athletics, Social and Educational needs. Sigma Beta Club programs are geared to meet the needs of its members, but at the same time provide them with a well-rounded outlook that is needed to cope with today’s society. Phi Beta Sigma is confident that investing in our youth today will produce effective leaders of tomorrow.
Sigma Beta Clubs also provide services to youths in their communities. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc.’s interest in fostering the development of youth into effective leaders has been realized in the establishment of strong and productive Sigma Beta Club all across the country. 

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Facts About Girl Scouts

Girl Scout Mission
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

100+ Years
Founder Juliette Gordon Low organized the first Girl Scout troop on March 12, 1912, in Savannah, Georgia.

An American Institution
Girl Scouts of the USA was chartered by the US Congress on March 16, 1950.

Still Growing Strong
Today, there are 2.7 million Girl Scouts—1.9 million girl members and 800,000 adult members working primarily as volunteers.

Empowering Girls
As Girl Scouts, girls discover the fun, friendship, and power of girls together. Girls grow courageous and strong through a wide variety of enriching experiences, such as field trips, skill-building sports clinics, community service projects, cultural exchanges, and environmental stewardships.

Girl Scouts helps girls develop their full individual potential; relate to others with increasing understanding, skill, and respect; develop values to guide their actions and provide the foundation for sound decision making; and contribute to the improvement of society through their abilities, leadership skills, and cooperation with others.

Around the Globe
Girls at home and abroad participate in troops and groups in more than 92 countries through USA Girl Scouts Overseas, and over 100 local Girl Scout councils offer girls the opportunity for membership across the United States.

An International Family
Through its membership in the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS), Girl Scouts of the USA is part of a worldwide family of 10 million girls and adults in 146 countries.

A Pivotal Part of Women's History
More than 59 million women in America today enjoyed Girl Scouts during their childhood—and that number keeps on growing as Girl Scouts of the USA continues to inspire, challenge, and empower girls everywhere.

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