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Community Services

One of the hallmarks of Phi Theta Kappa is Community Service and there are a number of ways that you can participate. Here is a list of our most recent and future activities:

Past, Current, and Future Events

  • San Diego Blood Bank Bake Sale. March 1, 2016. PTK raised $65.00.
  • Valentine's Day Bake Sale. PTK raised $31.00.
  •  I. Phi Theta Kappa Category 1 Chapters United: A Fresh Perspective, Section

Wounded Warriors Project

Alpha Pi Omicron gladly united our efforts alongside a fellow Chapter. Advisor Myriam Moody and four Members from Alpha Pi Epsilon (Southwestern College) attended. Pertaining to one of the NV/CA Regional Projects regarding Chapters United: A Fresh Perspective - Wounded Warrior Project. In the previous year, I had communicated with our Southeast District Vice President, Christine A. Amezcua, via phone calls. Who is also a Member of the Honor Society on the Campus of Southwestern. The participants helped by collecting various gifts. For example, bags of candy and table arrangements. Displayed the items as well as snow globes in order to be utilized as decorations in the building. On the 28th of November, I had been one of the representatives of my Chapter (Alpha Pi Omicron). Including several other Members in the same group at Cuyamaca College. We distributed gifts (hand-made crochet scarves). Each gift was specially chosen for the Purple Heart Wounded Warriors. It was an honor - a very moving experience. Personally, I felt humble to be a part of a wonderful organization. Some individuals and I returned on the 2nd of January. Formed a team as we cleaned the Hospital by removing all of the decorations.

Who: Rachel Bentley (Chapter President)

Evan Esparza (Vice President)

Victor Vidaurre (Marketing Director)

What: Wounded Warrior Project

Where: San Diego Balboa Naval Medical Center

When: November 28th, 2016

How: Decorating the Hospital and distributing gifts to Wounded Soldiers in the Military.

Rachel Bentley

Cuyamaca College

Chapter President 

Alpha Pi Omicron Chapter  

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

2015-2016 Nevada/California Region

  • V. Community Project: Phi Theta Kappans Love Service, Section B. Breast Cancer FundraiserBreast Cancer Event

    On the 26th of October in the previous year, my Chapter (Alpha Pi Omicron) held a fundraiser. In regards to the well-known Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. The foundation is the largest organizations pertaining to Breast Cancer research world-wide. I strongly believe it is of upmost importance in the prevention of Cancer. One of the benefits provides free diagnostic Mammograms, life-saving screenings, and surgeries. Including temporary financial aid to facilitate living expenses, meal deliveries, education, outreach, and more. This event helped fellow Members and I to raise $90.00 for a worthy cause. Such as the selling of numerous raffle tickets for one student to have received a wreath as a prize. In addition, a Gift Basket consisting of items that were in substantial need for him/her personally. It was a great pleasure for Members and I to participate on the Campus of Cuyamaca College.

    Who: Rachel Bentley (Chapter President)

    JoHannah Lindsay (Secretary)

    Hind Alkhawri (Treasurer)

    Victor Vidaurre(Marketing Director)

    Lawrence Ayers (Chapter Member)

    What: Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Fundraiser

    When: October 26th, 2015

    Where: Cuyamaca College

    How: Holding a Breast Cancer Fundraiser on our Campus. In order to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation

    Rachel Bentley

    Cuyamaca College

    Chapter President 

    Alpha Pi Omicron Chapter  

    Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

    2015-2016 Nevada/California Region

Last Updated: 03/22/2016

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Student Center - I-124
Phone: 619-660-4371

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