The Zeta Nu Chapter was founded on June 21st, 1968 in Portland, Oregon and since then, the chapter has served as a prominent advocate to the needs of all communities including the notable “Project Motivation” which consists of the uplift of the youth through workshops that educated and displayed professional resources of the work world to students. These students went on to further their education and careers in the sciences, medical fields, and even skilled craft occupations. The chapter never ceases to limit itself in any way and firmly believes in the doctrine of “Members Vs. Men” which is “Quality over Quantity”.
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