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Welcome to Phi Kappa Kappa Chapter Home of the Hotlanta Military Ques

 

Welcome to the Hotlanta Military Que Websites!Phi Kappa Kappa (PKK) Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated maintains a high standard in community service. PKK is committed to upholding the Fraternity’s Cardinal Principles, Standards, and Traditions.

 
Since the Chapter’s inception in 1998, PKK has provided over $300,000 dollars in scholarships to graduating high school students going to college. PKK is also an active participant in the local community by participating in many programs and events such as; mentoring programs, habitat for humanity builds, and football camps just to name a few. PKK Chapter is based out of East Point, Georgia and about 80 percent of the Chapter members are active duty or retired military members.
 

Phi Kappa Kappa Chapter’s 9th Annual Recruitment Summit

 

The Phi Kappa Kappa (PKK) Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated would like to extend the invitation to senior football prospects in your program that will not be signing NOI’s on National Signing Day, to attend the 9th Annual Metro Atlanta Football Recruiting Summit on Saturday, February 20, 2016 at Miller Grove High School located at 2645 DeKalb Medical Parkway, Lithonia, GA 30058.

 

 

 

Registration starts at 8:30 am, followed by the commencement of the program at 9 am, which will continue through the afternoon until 2 pm. The Metro Atlanta Recruitment Summit will afford the senior players and their parents the opportunity to meet and receive evaluation from coaches representing programs from NCAA Division II, III and NAIA institutions, as well as Junior College and Prep Schools.

 

As a request, student-athletes are required to arrive professionally dressed, equipped with multiple copies (10 or more) of their transcript, SAT/ACT score, in addition to HUDL information for evaluation.

 

Since the Recruitment Summit’s inception, more than 75 attendees have received athletic or academic scholarship offers from over 20 participating institutions. Moreover, 22 program participants are have obtained either a Bachelors or Maters Degree.

 

For additional questions, contact Mr. Calleb Obumba by phone (678) 464-261 or email calleb.obumba@gmail.com, as well as Coach Phil Thomas phone (770) 780-8490 or email pthomas42002@yahoo.com.