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Kappa Alpha Psi Inc has played a large part in my life in a short amount of time this organization has granted me the opportunity to attend college through a scholarship The scholarship that I was granted was through the alumni chapter in Fayetteville it required letters of recommendations a transcript an application and an essay on what I believe Honorable achievement in every field of human endeavor means Once I received the call that was telling me to meet the representative to receive a letter stating whether I received the scholarship When I opened the letter two tickets fell out for the Kappa Scholarship ball and when I read the letter it stated that I have been picked to receive the scholarship from Kappa Alpha Psi Inc The weekend of the scholarship ball my mother planned a graduation trip for a couple of friends of mine and I to go Myrtle Beach So the day of the scholarship ball I drove from Myrtle Beach to Fayetteville to attend the scholarship ball once I arrived at the ball I was greeted by many men of Kappa Alpha Psi Inc When I sat down at the table that they reserved for me and the three other scholarship awardees I was approached by many men of the fraternity That night was very spectacular and eventful the men who had presented me scholarship seemed down to earth sociable guys They treated me with so much respect and talked to me about how I see my future and told me what I could do to be a successful African-American in todays society These men set an example of accomplishment and in the short time that we had together they instilled in me that I should never be content with where I am and I can always do better as long as I have the mind set of an achiever Without
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