Welcome to our website! This site features information about Tau Epsilon Omega Chapter (TEO) as well as our service projects and events focused on making positive impacts on East Point and College Park, discount cialis Georgia.
Since 1991, Tau Epsilon Omega has strived to be a chapter that is “large enough to serve, but small enough to care.” It is our honor and privilege to give back to our community through program initiatives focused on educational enrichment, health promotion, family strengthening, environmental stewardship, and global impact. In addition, we support our many local partners with volunteers, donations, and collaborations. We are also proud to provide scholarship opportunities through our fundraising arm, The Twenty Pearls Foundation, Incorporated.
Internationally, Alpha Kappa Alpha women have been inspired to dedicate themselves to “Launching New Dimensions of Service.” The 2014-2018 program initiatives implemented by our International President, Dorothy Buckhanan Wilson, promise to meet the heightened demand for our youth to be exposed to innovative leadership skills, enhanced academic preparation and civic engagement to achieve personal success; highlight health issues that have disparate impacts on the black community, and encourage increased awareness regarding global and environmental issues that affect us all.
As TEO celebrates 25 years of service and sisterhood this year, we reflect on our past goals and achievements while looking to the future and celebrating all that is to come. Tau Epsilon Omega has an intriguing history and a promising future, and we hope that our value to East Point and College Park will continue to multiply. In terms of our illustrious sisterhood, TEO is a chapter of diverse women with diverse interests and talents–we are a strong chapter because of our membership. If you are a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated looking to reactivate, or transition from undergraduate to graduate level, we welcome you. The ladies of Tau Epsilon Omega Chapter are here to help you become reacquainted with our amazing organization!
Please take time to browse our site and learn more about TEO. We look forward to seeing you at a future event, service project, or activity very soon!
Ranada D. Robinson