ΟΗΛ Education Foundation

  • OHL Edu Foundation

     


    About the Foundation

    The Omicron Eta Lambda Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that has been established for the purpose of conducting the following activities:

    • Award college scholarships to Washington, DC graduating seniors based on academic achievement and need.

    • Provide ongoing mentoring for students enrolled in middle schools and junior high schools to support the development of their self-esteem, academic achievement and community values.

    • Conduct educational workshops and discussion groups for students on such topics as pregnancy prevention, communicable diseases and responsible parenting.

    • Provide annual enrollment scholarships for high school youth’s selected to attend the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Leadership Development Institute. 

     

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    Click Here to view Financial Statement

     

    Trustees of the ΟΗΛ Education Foundation

    Ryle Bell, President

    Harry Taylor, Vice President
    Maurice Foushee, Secretary
    Damon Jackson, Treasurer
    Sherard Cooley
    Thomas Davis
    Jaurvon Johnson
    Amos Street
    William Nolen
    George Wimberly 
    Greg Taylor

    For more information, contact Brother Ryle Bell

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    DONATIONS

    Please mail donations to:  
    OHL Education Foundation
    P.O. Box 70113
    Washington, DC 20024 
    Please make checks payable to:  OHL Education Foundation


     

    Education Foundation Scholarship

    The brothers of the Omicron Eta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated are proud to announce our Education Foundation Scholarship Contest presented by the Omicron Eta Lambda Education Foundation. The Contest will recognize talented students from the District of Columbia who will begin their college education in the fall of 2017. Applications will be available at all District of Columbia High Schools and HERE on January 1, 2017. The application window is closed.

     

    Manly deeds, scholarship, and love for all mankind are the aims of our fraternity. In keeping with the organization’s principles, the Omicron Eta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., annually awards several scholarships to eligible senior high school students [both male and female] enrolled in District of Columbia public schools. One of the scholarships is named after one of the seven founders of Alpha Phi Alpha, Nathaniel A. Murray, who taught at Armstrong Vocational High School in the District of Columbia. 

     

    We welcome applications from well-rounded young students who have excellent character, proven leadership skills, and demonstrated academic achievement (a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 or greater.)

    Click HERE for scholarship application

     

    2012 Scholarship Recipients
    Crystal Harris

    Marquez Moore

     

    2013 Scholarship Recipients

    Brian White (Friendship Collegiate Academy) University of San Diego

    Marcus Andrews (School without Walls) The George Washington University

    Debonhei Reed (Anacostia High School) Bethune Cookman University

     

    2014 Scholarship Recipients

    Dedric Dowing (Thurgood Marshall Academy Public Charter High School) University of Connecticut

    Darrick Fleming (Thurgood Marshall Academy Public Charter High School) Undecided

    Marcelus Newell (Thurgood Marshall Academy Public Charter High School) Marshall University

     

    2015 Scholarship Recipients

    Astra Armstrong 
    Tarrin Weston

     

    2017 Scholarship Recipients

    Norris Carey Scholarship: Lonnie Gordon, III

    Jaurvon Johnson Scholarship: Nicholas Henry Hodge