The true key to growth is in our reclamation and retention efforts. We must retain our active members and bring back those who are sitting on the sidelines.Zeta Phi Beta Official SIte
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated offers the community an opportunity to become active supporters of the organization’s goals, programs and activities. These community members are invited to become members of any of our auxiliary groups established through our international headquarters. Our youth auxiliary groups were first formed in the 1950's.
The purpose of this program is to provide an opportunity for young girls who: demonstrate potential for leadership in service to the community and are willing to strive toward the high ideals of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.; to do so under the direction of the sorority. The program will offer the opportunity for the young women to excel spiritually, socially, educationally and culturally.
The youth clubs have a four-strand curriculum:
- Cultural Awareness and Social Skill Enhancement
- Educational Enrichment
- Leadership Development
- Community Service
The Pearlettes are the youngest addition to the Blue and White Family. The group is open to girls ages 4-8. The Pearlettes are encouraged to develop a love and appreciation for the goals and ideals of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Educational, cultural, and social development opportunities serve as a basis for enrichment and improving the quality of life for these girls and their parents.
The Amicettes are girls (ages 9 -13) who desire to emulate Zeta’s ideals. Through various programs sponsored by our chapter, Amicettes are given opportunities to learn about themselves, help others, and internalize qualities that will make them good students and community citizens. Their motto is "We Serve Others Because We Care."
The Archonettes are high school-
Benefits of being a youth auxiliary member
Girls benefit by becoming involved in service-oriented activities, volunteering, networking, and fellow-shipping with other young girls of the same age group. All youth auxiliary members have the opportunity to be a part of workshops dealing with self-esteem, volunteerism, nutrition, personal hygiene, etc. They also participate in walks for March of Dimes, baby item donations for Prematurity Awareness, social activities and parades. The youth auxiliaries provide opportunities for young girls to learn to accept responsibility for themselves while creating a sisterly bond with others, developing new talents and interests, developing their own uniqueness, and laboring for others in need.
Members meet on a monthly basis and participate in social, educational and cultural activities.
If you have any questions about our youth auxiliaries, please contact our Youth Coordinator.