Home2020-11-24T17:57:46-08:00

L.A.M.P. Mentor Program

LEARN MORE
L.A.M.P. MENTOR PROGRAM

The L.A.M.P. Mentor Program is the social action component of Gamma Zeta Boulé and the principle activity of the Gamma Zeta Boulé Foundation, a 501(c)(3) corporation. L.A.M.P. (Leadership Achievement Management and Professionalism) enrolls African American high school students in a program that runs from August to May.

Young Duke Student, Nicholas Richard-Craven of Pasadena, Has Set his Sights on Mars

Nicholas Richard-Craven is a bright young leader who is truly aiming for the stars. The Pasadena scholar plans to be among the first African-Americans involved in the Mars missions. Richard-Craven is a remarkable young man who has been striving towards his dream of pursuing a future in aerospace. He is a graduate of Pasadena’s Polytechnic High School with a 4.1 GPA and he will be attending Duke in the fall. He represents the next generation in aerospace. “I’m interested in astrophysics,” Richard-Craven said. “I’m interested in Mars and what SpaceX is doing. I want to join that mission, it’s [...]

Load More Posts
L.A.M.P. Scholarship Ceremony
The Man Cave
Career STEAMposium
Go to Top