Welcome to the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc.
The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. is a professional organization of well trained and highly effective educators. We represent professionals in all components of the learning spectrum.
The Eastern Region is home to 29 active chapters from Connecticut to North Carolina. All chapters are dedicated to fulfill the purposes set forth by our illustrious founders and work diligently to serve their communities by reaching out to students, teachers and the community at large.
The Y. E. S. (Youth, Education, Service) program guides us in the work we perform. We provide workshops for teacher development and mentoring; parent workshops on the new trends in education and how to help children succeed with the Common Core Standards.
Our youth programs are designed to develop the potential of our youth. The high school groups, Xinos (girls) and Kudos (boys) are offered guidance and educational support. They participate in community service projects and learn the importance of giving back to their communities. As a step in enhancing their growth, our youth also connect and network with other professional organizations. The young people who have participated in our program successfully go on to college and careers, becoming self-sufficient adults.
As part of our education component, we offer scholarships on the national, regional and local levels to young people seeking careers in education. Our applications are made available through area high schools, churches and the local chapter via the youth groups.
Our service activities have led us to a partnership with the Black Women's Agenda and AARP. We have participated in their “Because We Care” Symposiums and hope to spread the word about caregiving throughout our region. Our events will be publicized, so come join us and get valuable information that will help you with your future plans.
You may learn more about the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. Eastern region on our site.
If you find that we are an organization that fits your needs and you have a desire to effect change and make a difference, please contact the chapter in your area for more information.
Noreen E. Little
Eastern Regional Director