Kappa League

The mission of the BMAC Kappa League Program is to become a mentoring institution that creates the next generation of America's influential, inspirational, and transformational leaders of the 21st Century.For all members of the BMAC Kappa league Program to graduate and attend a 4-year post secondary institution.To create a new generation of dynamic, influential and inspirational young leaders that will make an impact in all five sectors of society throughout the world (see Academic Strand Selection).For the Kappa League to be used as an instrument to create an environment of positive peer pressure through academic and community service led program Our Kappa League program was designed in direct response to the continuing crisis in the African-American community regarding our younger males. The program addresses some of those problems facing the African American youth through a variety of seminars, lectures, field trips and workshops which are all geared toward improving such characteristics as the student's cultural awareness/diversity, academic achievement, emotional, mental, and physical development

Kappa League Application

Registration is now OPEN for the 2020-2021 Kappa League year
Chairman: Bruce Edwards
202-262-3939
kappaleague@bmackapsi.org
KAPPA LEAGUE EVENTS

Kappa League Meeting

December 26, 2020

Virtual

Kappa League Meeting

December 12, 2020

Virtual

Kappa League Meeting

November 20, 2020

Virtual

KAPPA LEAGUE NEWS

2020-2021 Kappa League Statement

The Kappa League for the Bowie-Mitchellville Alumni Chapter (BMAC) of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. is proud to welcome all returning and new Kappa Leaguers for the 2020-2021 fraternal year. This year, the BMAC Kappa League will continue to aid in the growth and development of our young men by encouraging and empowering them in all facets of their maturation process. Self-identity, self-discipline, accountability, work ethic, time management, overcoming fears, peer pressure, personal hygiene and grooming are just a few of the topics and life skill lessons that will be taught and discussed throughout this fraternal year. Additionally, our young men will be engaged and tutored in matters of academic excellence, physical fitness, drug abuse awareness, financial literacy, college preparation, Black History, exploration of the criminal justice system as well as learning the importance of safe encounters with the police. As always, we're training for leadership and preparing for manhood. Our goal is for excellence to be exuded in every session, and most importantly, for "achievement in every field of human endeavor." Brother Bruce D. Edwards, Esq. BMAC Kappa League Chair