AGF and GGL sponsor its 45th MLK Youth Program &
Gordon College Fair at Furman University

More than 60 Students received their awards at the 2024 MLK Youth Program and Gordon College Fair. More 250 student winners were selected from 12 of 16 High Schools in Greenville Country.  We proud list them all is part the 45 year legacy of this Program in the Upstate. 

Greenville, South Carolina - Alpha Phi Alpha Greenville Foundation (AGF) and Gamma Gamma Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity again sponsored our 45th annual MLK Youth Program and Rudolph Gordon College on February 3, 2024 at the Trone Student Center on the campus of Furman University. 

More than 250 award students submitted, and over 60 students attended the program, which included sessions on the First year of College and Navigating Financial Aid from USC, Clemson and Furman Student and Financial Aid Experts from USC Upstate and Furman University.

More than 230 people attended the event, with six colleges from Clemson, USC, Coast Carolina, Greenville Technical, USC Upstate, and Furman University. 

" We are excited to see a great turnout at this program and very proud of the students and their achievements this year," said Bobby Clark, Alpha Greenville Foundation Chairman.  "We are extremely grateful for all the volunteers and support we have received for this year's program and fair. The Students and their families also deserve the credit and support they have made to be recognized by their school." 

The financial aid Session was recorded and will be available on the Alpha Greenville Website shortly. The session was conducted by Bonnie Carson (USC Upstate) and Melissa Barnette (Furman University). Check the MLK Youth Program & Gordon College Fair effort page for more information on the recording and downloading of this year's Event Program.  

Melanie Gordon, Dauther of Rudulph Gordon the namessake from the College Fair, and Brothers Furman Jackson and Bobby Clark presented the Student Awards

More 230 people attend the program which were held at Furman University's Trone Student Center. It is the 45th annual program which started in 1977.