For 22 years the Come to Tee Golf Outing & Benefit has supported our annual Afro-Academic Cultural, Technological, Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) program that has provided over 1500 high school students in Detroit and Metro-Detroit scholarships and talent development opportunities. Students can compete in 32 different categories — STEM, Business, Performing Arts, Culinary Arts, Visuals Arts, and Humanities.
This nationally awarded enrichment program is designed to recruit, stimulate, improve and encourage high academic and cultural achievement among high school students. The ACT-SO program centers around the dedication and commitment of community volunteers and business leaders to serve as mentors and coaches for our year long enrichment program that promotes academic and artistic excellence among African-American and minority students.
By joining the #22For22 Challenge, you can help more high school students participate in the ACT-SO program. Twenty-two new teams for our 22nd Annual Outing will sell out this year’s golf course! Everyone that sales or purchases a new foursome by Aug. 27th, will receive a chance to win an overnight stay with breakfast at the luxurious Inn at St. John’s in Plymouth, MI. Please see the packages below and reserve your hole today!
Foursome – $1,200
* 18 Holes of Golf
* Continental Breakfast
* Lunch at the Turn
* 5 Course Dinner Buffet
* Door Prizes and Special Gifts
Beginners Golf Clinic – $300 per person
Learn to Play Today!
* Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Door Prizes
* 3 Hour Group Professional Lesson
* 9 Holes of Golf
* Certificate Presented at the Banquet
Contact the Detroit Branch NAACP today to register or learn about sponsorship opportunities. Call (313) 871-2087 for more information or click the link http://detroitnaacp.org/events/come-to-tee/ to download this year’s 2018 Come to Tee Golf Brochure.
27th Annual Detroit Branch NAACP Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner Art & Essay Contest The Art & Essay contest gives students in elementary, middle and high school the opportunity to explain, “What the Civil Rights Struggle Means to Me.” Students may submit either an art entry, essay entry or both. The contest is done in partnership with Coca-Cola and Detroit Public Schools Community District. Students are competing for an opportunity to win cash prizes, and for their winning entries to be displayed during the Detroit Branch NAACP’s 62nd Annual Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner. The deadline for entry submission is Friday, March 10, 2017.
Detroit Branch NAACP and Detroit NAACP Youth Council Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) Competitions
ACT-SO is a competition open to high school students in the areas of: STEM, Humanities, Performing Arts, Visual Arts and Business. The Detroit Branch NAACP and Detroit NAACP Youth Council will both host local ACT-SO Competitions. There are 32 categories students are able to choose from to compete for a chance to win a Bronze, Silver, or Gold Medals and cash prizes. The local Gold Medal winners qualify to compete in the NAACP’s National ACT-SO Competition which will be held in Baltimore, MD July 19-23, 2017.
Click the link ACT-SO to learn more about the competition enrichment sessions and download the application and category guidelines.
Join us on Wednesday, July 6 at 6 p.m. as our Detroit Branch NAACP and Detroit NAACP Youth Council ACT-SO Delegation prepare to go to Cincinnati for the National NAACP ACT-SO Competition. Witness our young people present their performance pieces and presentations as they prepare to Go for the Gold!
Join the Detroit NAACP Youth Council for their Open House to learn about the great opportunities and programming offered by the Youth Council. It will be an afternoon filled with food and fun! The Detroit Branch NAACP and Detroit NAACP Youth Council will also kick-off their 2016 ACT-SO season (Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific Olympics) with details about the upcoming local competitions.
The Open House is free and open to the public. The Detroit NAACP Youth Council asks for all attendees to bring a can good to help with their can food drive collection.
Saturday, November 21, 2015 1:00 p.m. — 3:00 p.m. Detroit Branch NAACP 8220 Second Avenue Detroit, MI 48202
Detroit Branch NAACP ACT-SO Competition is Saturday, March 28, 2015!
Download your application today. ACT-SO, is open to all high school students in grades 9-12. Click the EVENTS tab above and select the Afro Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific Olympics link to download the application and the category guidelines.
The application deadline is Saturday, March 21, 2015.
ART & ESSAY ENTRIES ARE DUE
FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 2014
The Art & Essay contest gives students in elementary, middle and high school the opportunity to explain, “What the Civil Rights Struggle Means to Me.” Students may submit either an art entry, essay entry or both. The contest is done in partnership with Coca-Cola and Detroit Public Schools. Students are competing for an opportunity to win cash prizes, and for their winning entries to be displayed during the Detroit Branch NAACP’s 59th Annual Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner.The deadline for the contest is Friday, March 21, 2014.
DETROIT NAACP YOUTH COUNCIL ACT-SO CONTEST IS UNDERWAY
Did you miss the Detroit Branch NAACP ACT-SO Competition? If so, don’t worry. The Detroit NAACP Youth Council is hosting an ACT-SO Competition as well. The application deadline for the Detroit NAACP Youth Council ACT-SO Competition is Saturday, March 29, 2014.
Are you a high school student or connected to a high school student who is a budding chemist, scientist, engineer or doctor? If you are or know of one then we encourage you to sign up and register for the Detroit Branch NAACP and Detroit NAACP Youth Council ACT-SO Master Class. ACT-SO is the Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological, Scientific Olympics of the Mind competition for high school students. There are five categories high school students can compete in: Science, Entrepreneurship, Performing Arts, Visual Arts and Humanities. As we prepare for the 2014 ACT-SO season we are offering enrichment Master Classes to help get our future ACT-SO Olympians ready for our 2014 local competitions. ACT-SO contestants are competing for a chance to win Bronze, Silver or Gold Medals. Gold Medal winners qualify for the National NAACP ACT-SO Competition that will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada in July 2014. The first Master Class will be held on Saturday, October 12, 2013 from 10:00 A.M. — 12:00 P.M. at the Detroit Branch NAACP Office. The focus will be on the Science Category. The Master Class will give you an opportunity to meet experts in the Science field, ask questions to help you prepare for the competition, and receive tips and pointers on presentation.
Sign up today by either emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 313-664-2406.