Signature chapter programs

From its founding, the Sorority's criteria for membership required academic excellence and the documented and creditable involvement of each individual as a volunteer in public service.

Delta Sigma Theta is a sisterhood of more than 250,000, predominately African American college educated women. Currently, there are more than 915 chapters in the United States and abroad, to include Germany, London, the Bahamas, Republic of Panama, Japan, Korea and the U. S. Virgin Islands.

Mlk oratorical contest

Encourages the development of public speaking skills of youth in grades 6 through 12 via a structured competition. The overall goal of the completion is to celebrate and sustain Martin Luther King’s spirit of optimism, public service, racial harmony, and human rights through the voices of youth. The Martin Luther King Community Choir was formed in 1991 to provide music for the program. The choir also consists of student in grades K-12 and is reflective of the many cultures in our community. This program was the recipient of the 2001 Human Rights Award.

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senior citizen's luncheon

The Senior Citizens' Luncheon is an annual event held by the Prince William County Alumnae Chapter (PWCAC) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. The luncheon is an expression of respect and appreciation for the senior citizens of Prince William County, Manassas City and Manassas Park City.

spotlight
on youth

The annual scholarship and community service awards program provide an opportunity for the sorority to be a part of students’ ability to continue their education through financial assistance. Without assistance, some students will have greater difficulty attending college and receiving a degree. The degree will allow students to have a greater opportunity to enter the workforce and become contributing members of the community. The program is an important celebration for the scholarship recipients and their families. It shines light on the students, spotlighting their achievements. The program also encourages them to continue to achieve beyond high school graduation.

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economic
development

Implement programs to help the community achieve financial fortitude by setting and defining goals, developing plans to achieve them, and by putting the plans into action. The process serves as a blueprint to address all aspects of personal finances. Economic development looks at how the citizens are affected. Apart from their living standards, it also looks at the freedom they have to enjoy those living standards.

Programs:

Financial Management Workshops

Partner with Delta Gems/, Delta Academy and EMBODI on Building Future Wealth
 

Identify and Partner with Black Owned Businesses -Prince William County

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red carpet
showcase

Red Carpet Showcase (1st Saturday in December) - Award winning event established in 2009.  Each year, the chapter host seven or eight individuals who are recently published authors or rising artists or musicians. We have a formal program during which each participant is provided five minutes to speak about their work. The musicians are provided the opportunity to perform. Following the program, you can meet the participants and partake in light refreshments.  Past participants have included and not limited to autobiographers, children’s book authors, inspirational and motivational writers, painters, cartoonists, comic book designers, and singers.