The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha know how to entertain a crowd!
The Mu Zeta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. performed a show for week 1 participants of a program called Project Uplift that enables high-achieving rising high school seniors to experience college life on the Carolina campus over two days in May or June.
For nearly 50 years, Project Uplift has allowed high school students from across the state of North Carolina with an opportunity to live, lead, and learn about the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill on a first-hand basis.
This summer eight Mu Zeta brothers served on staff for the program. The brothers worked various roles to help execute the program for hundreds of participants on a weekly basis.
Along with mentoring the students and talking to them about college, the brothers gave the participants an introduction to Black greekdom with a step show and definitely gave them a performance they won’t forget.
Watch their full show below!
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