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Delta G.E.M.S.

When:  3rd Saturday of each month                      

Time:  10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Who:  Young ladies 15 - 18 years old

Delta G.E.M.S. stands for Growing and Empowering Myself Successfully and was a brand new initiative implemented last year from Delta Sigma Theta National Headquarters. A natural outgrowth and expansion for the continuation of the highly successful "Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy: "Catching the Dreams of Tomorrow", Delta G.E.M.S. was created to "catch the dreams" of African American at-risk, adolescent girls aged 14-18 and/or grades 9 - 12. Delta G.E.M.S. is designed to serve as an outgrowth and continuation of the Delta Academy Program. Delta G.E.M.S. provides the frame work to actualize those dreams through performance of specific tasks that develop a "CAN DO" attitude.

The goals for Delta G.E.M.S. are:

  • instill the need to excel academically;

  • provide tools that enable girls to sharpen and enhance their skills to achieve high levels of academic success;

  • assist girls in proper goal setting and planning for their futures-high school and beyond;

  • create compassionate, caring and community minded young women by actively involving them in service learning and community service opportunities.

The Delta G.E.M.S. framework is composed of:

  • Scholarship (Academic Excellence)

  • Sisterhood(Self Esteem, Health Awareness & Leadership)

  • Show Me the Money (Financial Awareness)

  • Service (Social Responsibility Obtained Through Community Service)

Some of our past projects of the year include a smart money management session; healthy eating and lifestyle session; an etiquette session; community service project at a local senior citizen's facility and attending the Delta's annual scholarship banquet.

The young ladies usually meet on the third Saturday's of each month for 2 hours at a local library. To refer a young lady whom you think will enjoy and benefit from this program, contact the chapter.  Delta G.E.M.S. will meet on the third Saturday of each month for 2 hours at a local facility within the Anne Arundel County area.

​We are proud to announce that North Arundel County Alumnae Chapter (NACAC) was recognized for its G.E.M.S. program at the Eastern Regional Conference in 2018.

For additional information, contact

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