ARTS OF ALLA
A free educational and motivational program offered to middle, high school and college students. This informative and impactful program entails demonstrating the arts via comedy and spoken word. The subjects include Drug Awareness, Importance of Education, Bullying Prevention, Financial Literacy, the affects of Social Media, Short and Long-term goal setting and Family stability.
The Arts of ALLA introduces students to a new form of expression. By doing this, character development is taking place; therefore relationship building is on the rise which ultimately transforms into community development.
Provide mentorship to ALLA's scholarship recipients which assist them with the transition to college from home. We maintain constant communication with them and support them during their extra curricular activities as well.
Provided to African-American young men who are high school seniors preparing for college the upcoming school year.
These young men must have a 2.5 to 3.2 cumulative grade point average on a 4.0 scale.
ALLA scholarship recipients will be able to attend the four year college or
university of their choice. Once accepted, enrolled and in attendance, he
must maintain a 2.7 cumulative grade point average.
Deadline to apply for the 2017 scholarship is April 1st. NO EXCEPTIONS.
Congratulations to Christian R. Harris, ALLA's 2016 scholarship recipient! Christian is a 2016 graduate of Jefferson County International Baccalaureate (IB) School. While attending IB, he participated in cross country, indoor track and field, the Valley Singers Praise Team and youth choir. His volunteer services include UAB Hospital, Trees for Trees Club and the Ronald McDonald Club. Christian is attending Tuskegee University and majoring in Occupational Therapy.
Preston L. Mitchell is a 2015 graduate of Spain Park High School. While attending Spain Park, Preston actively participated in Boys Scouts of America; Order of the Arrow; MAC (Minority Achievement Council); Future Engineers of America and Habitat for Humanity. He also volunteered for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure; Light The Night Walk-Lymphoma; purchased, sorted and delivered snacks for the YWCA; Hands on Birmingham and A. G. Gaston Boys and Girls Club. He is currently a sophomore attending the University of Alabama-Birmingham. In February 2016, Preston was inducted into the ABENEEFOO KUO Honor Society and The National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
ALLA, Inc.'s First College Graduate!
Amazing Love Lives Always!
Daryl Jarniel Roseman, Jr. is a 2014 graduate of A. H. Parker High School. While attending Parker, he was a member of the JROTC Riffle Team & Color Guard and the Debate Team. His volunteer services included Hands On Birmingham, Susan G. Komen and Mt. Pilgrim District Association Youth Department. He is currently a junior attending Alabama State University majoring in Accounting. In April 2016, Daryl was honored during Alabama State's Honor's Day Upward program.
Congratulations to Robert Lee Curry! On May 13, 2017, Robert graduated Cum Laude from Miles College with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management. During his educational career at Miles College, he was a Presidential and Dean's scholar, a member of the Golden Bears' football team and became a proud member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.