THE FUTURE OF
Brotherhood. Scholarship. Service.
Nu Lambda Sigma Alumni Chapter
VISION / MISSION
"Culture For Service and Service For Humanity"
As brothers of Nu Lambda Sigma, we understand that community engagement is a fundamental pillar in our fraternity's mission. By actively involving the community in our efforts and collaborating with others, we can wholeheartedly embody "Culture For Service and Service For Humanity." Through this approach, we have the power to promote brotherhood, scholarship, and service in a manner that brings about lasting, positive change for everyone involved.
Intl. program est. 1945
The program focuses on providing a variety of services to alumni and collegiate members of the Fraternity, which in turn translates to services to local communities. In-house programs include providing scholarships, conferences, college fairs, mentoring and tutoring at local, regional and national levels.
Intl. program est. 1934
The Social Action program focuses on improving the general wellbeing of disenfranchised people. The mission of the program is to encourage social, political and philanthropic leadership which strengthens our respective communities and our membership by:
Educating fraternity members on health issues affecting them and their families
Increasing visibility and sense of self-worth by/through serving in the community
Providing education/information about political and community issues, and increasing awareness of the legislative process
Promoting health awareness to encourage prevention of health challenges and promote health maintenance
Intl. program est. 1924
When Bigger and Better Business was adopted as a national program, special emphasis was placed on encouraging and promoting Negro businesses. At its inception, the program sought to encourage Negro businesses to improve their business acumen, efficiency and service to the public, to be competitive with other businesses.
SIGMA BETA CLUB
In the early 1950s, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity became the first Greek organization to establish a youth auxiliary group. Under the direction of Bro. Dr. Parlett L. Moore, while serving as National Education Director, the Sigma Beta Club was founded. Brother Moore was concerned with changing needs in our communities and recognized the important role that Sigma men could play in the lives of our youth.
Service Hours Annually
years serving Lake County,IL
Nu Lambda Sigma Supports
Nu Lambda Sigma is an inspiring organization dedicated to the promotion and support of local Black-owned businesses. Recognizing the critical role these enterprises play in fostering economic growth and community development, the group provides a platform for increased visibility, networking opportunities, and resource sharing. Nu Lambda Sigma’s impact is multi-layered: it drives economic empowerment in communities, combats wealth disparities, and contributes to more diverse, inclusive marketplaces.
Nu Lambda Sigma's leadership is deeply rooted in the community. These elected leaders are trusted figures who leverage their expertise to uplift the local community. Their close connection to the community enhances their ability to identify needs, foster inclusivity, and stimulate economic growth, thereby embodying the essence of community-driven change.