The Flagship Initiative of the Guide Right Service Program is the Kappa Leadership Development League (Kappa League). The Kappa League is a program designed to aid young men of high school age to grow and develop their leadership talents in every phase of human endeavor. Kappa League provides both challenging and rewarding experiences to enhance their lives. Since the fundamental purpose of Kappa Alpha Psi is ACHIEVEMENT, it is therefore the Fraternity’s primary purpose to help these young men achieve worthy goals for themselves, and make constructive contributions to their community when they assume leadership roles.
Since the fundamental purpose of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. is ACHIEVEMENT, it is of paramount importance that the Fraternity assist the young men of Kappa League by developing them as leaders in their respective communities.
Please be advised that Kappa League is an entity sponsored by Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. however its participants are not considered or affiliated as members of the Fraternity!! Through club oriented activities, Kappa League performs projects that will expose young men to planning, execution, reporting ideas, and simulating good leadership characteristics designed to raise their aspiration levels. All activities and programs are modeled around the following seven phases:
Funding from the Trenton Kappa Foundation goes to Kappa League programs, including but not limited to the following:
The purpose of the the Kappa League induction ceremony is to provide new members with a memorable first-glance into the organization. We use induction ceremony to mark the young men’s formal introduction into the group and to celebrate their joining the Trenton Alumni Kappa League. Lastly, our induction ceremony provides family members and friends with an opportunity to celebrate this right of passage and step in their young person’s personal development.
Kappa League TV (KLTV) is a national YouTube channel, where Kappa Leaguers from all over the country will be producing news reports about what their Kappa League chapter is doing in their community.
Kappa League TV is the brainchild of National Kappa League spokesman John Marshall Jones.
In addition to the national initiative, Trenton Alumni Guide Right Program has implemented a local level KLTV where it showcases the efforts of the program participants and highlights community, chapter and Foundation related endeavors.
Tune In to the Trenton Kappa League TV via YouTube by clicking HERE
College Signing Day is an opportunity to celebrate Kappa Leaguers that have completed high school and will now pursue their ambitions and goals beyond high school, whether that is going directly into the workforce, obtaining a two-year, four-year, or higher degree, or even entering the military.
This idea was borrowed from the United States National Collegiate Athletic Association’s (NCAA) “National Signing Day.” Traditionally, the National Signing Day takes place on the first day that a high school senior can sign a binding National Letter of Intent for a collegiate sport with a school that is a member of the NCAA. Although all the major college sports practice the custom, college football’s National Signing Day is by far the most widely followed by fans and sports media.
College Football’s National Signing Day is a day filled with frenetic activity and is a culmination of years of work by these high school football stars and their families. It is the day that they dramatically reveal – to the nation – the college that they plan to attend, and where they plan to continue their football careers.
Similarly, the Trenton Alumni Chapter’s Kappa League signing day allows our Kappa Leaguers to feel what it’s like to be a celebrity. Moreover, it gives the young men and their families the opportunity to dramatically reveal the college or career path that they plan to pursue and celebrate their choice.
The Trenton Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi is committed to improving the educational outcomes—and lives—of our Kappa Leaguers. One of the many things that we are proud of is that most of our Kappa Leaguers pursue higher education after graduating from high school.
According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 50.7% of African American high school graduates enrolled in college in the fall of 2019. In contrast, over 75% of the Trenton Alumni Chapter graduating Kappa Leaguers attend college. Moreover, many of our Kappa Leaguers not only attend college, but also end up becoming members of our Grand Fraternity. For example, below is a list of some of the former Trenton Alumni Kappa Leaguers that are now members of Kappa Alpha Psi: