Ventura Alumni Chapter Events Calendar
Founder's Day Celebration
Super Bowl Party
Black History Month
Sunday of Hope
Western Province Council
Golf Tournament @ Elkins Ranch Country Club
[Left to Right] Polemarch – Maurice Williams, Keeper of Exchequer – George Sims, Board Member – Milton Harrion, Vice Polemarch - Walter Henry
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. proudly acknowledges members who have exemplified our core objectives and solemn commitment to this Fraternity.
This Scholarship was created in the honor of Robert L. Sanford. It is intended to offer assistance via scholarship to a high school senior with a minimum 3.00 grade point average, who is a resident of Ventura County, and has been accepted to a four year accredited College or University. This student must have declared a major in Criminal Justice or provide verifiable evidence of intent to pursue a career in the related profession.
The members of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Ventura Alumni Chapter's Scholarship Committee will make the preliminary selection of the candidate and will present the "finalist" to the Sanford Family for final selection.
The Ventura Alumni Chapter Scholarship Program was established to encourage and assist ambitious and worthy students to continue their formal education and to provide financial assistance to deserving minority students in Ventura County. The underlying premise of the program is that educational institutions impart knowledge, attitudes and skills that equip individuals to appraise and cope successfully with society's opportunities and challenges.
I currently serve as Vice President Human Resources- Global Manufacturing for Amgen Inc. located in Thousand Oaks, California. Prior to accepting the position with Amgen, I served as Sr Director, Human Resource for Dell Computer Business Group in Nashville Tennessee. At Dell, I managed the human resources/community relations functions that included employee relations and training for the facility.
Oxnard, CA--During a time when John Camper was confined to using "colored only" rest rooms, he still saw fit to fight for his country. Being among the first African Amercans to be enlisted into the United States Marine Corps, Camper made his mark.