Alpha Millennium Academy:
The program is designed to focus on high school students in grades 10-12. The Alpha Millennium Academy is also designed to promote professional leadership and community service among college students from Florida A&M University, Florida State University, and Tallahassee Community College.

The Academy is composed of various workshops and learning excursions designed to enhance the following areas: Professional Development, (Community Service Learning); Leadership and Technology; and Academic Preparation and Life Skills (Career Planning)

Alpha Leadership Program for Higher Achievement (A.L.P.H.A):
The program has traditionally targeted African-American males in grades 6-9. Students in this program develop and enhance their skills grades through three regular module sessions: Math/Analytical, Communication, and Leadership. Students compete throughout the sessions with the goal of being awarded scholarship monies to be applied towards their college/technical school education.

Program outcomes for participants in the Alpha Millennium Academy or A.L.P.H.A are enhanced through

  • Public Speaking
  • Written Communication Skills
  • Analytical/Money Management Skills
  • Decision-Making Skills
  • Leadership Development
  • Time Management
  • Knowledge of proper etiqutte and grooming
  • Field Trips and cultural experiences
  • Better relationship and peer/adults
  • Scholarships and other rewards are made available to outstanding students in the program
  • Participation in the Southern Region's Leadership Conference

Visit here to see pictures from previous years.

For more information or participation please contact:

Brother Tyneal Haywood, Director of Education
Gamma Mu Lambda Chapter (ΓΜΛ)
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Alpha Educational Leadership Foundation
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc - Southern Region Website
Florida Federation of Alpha Chapters Website