WARREN, Pa. – Delta Kappa Gamma Alpha Mu Chapter welcomed the society’s Pennsylvania State President, Eileen Little, during the September meeting held at the Conewango Club.
Little encouraged the members to support STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) education, especially for girls. She also emphasized the need to support educators just starting out in the field of teaching.
Little advocated for continued assistance in the society’s “Schools for Africa” campaign, which began in 2004 and continues today. She also stressed the importance of leadership and how everyone should embrace their own style of leading.
DKG International Society was founded in 1929, and the Alpha Mu Chapter was organized in 1956 in Warren, PA. One of the society’s purposes is to unite women educators of the world in a genuine spiritual fellowship.