The Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity Collegiate Career Advancement Program will convene Friday, June 5, and will adjourn Saturday, June 6, 2015, in Wichita, KS at the Kansas Leadership Center located at 325 E Douglas Ave.


CCAP targets African American 2015/2016 rising college juniors and seniors and is limited to 50 participants. 


All applicants will be considered for the program.


The Collegiate Career Advancement Program, presented by Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity Alpha Nu Boulé and the Kansas Hispanic Education and Development Foundation, will convene Friday, June 1, and will adjourn Saturday, June 2, 2018, in Wichita, KS at Newman University, which is located at 3100 McCormick.

CCAP targets minority students who are rising college juniors, seniors or recently graduated, but all applicants will be considered. CCAP is limited to 50 participants who will be chosen by a selection committee.





Hear what members of the Inaugural CCAP class had to say about their experience.

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During the one-and-a-half-day program, selected participants will be exposed to a rigorous, but enjoyable, program that will provide them relevant content in five main areas of interest, including:

  • Resume/interview critique by Wichita-area human resources professionals

  • Professional relationship management

  • Navigating the graduate school landscape

  • Professional development

  • Achieving leadership excellence


Additionally, it will afford an opportunity for social interaction among CCAP participants and an opportunity to network with professionals across the greater Wichita metropolitan area.


We are excited about the potential for this program as an outstanding group of speakers and presenters have been assembled.


There will be an application process, and a competitive selection process for the program.


The enrollment fee has been waived for current participants. All meals, events, and materials will be provided..

Housing will be provided on the campus of Newman University in Beata Residence Suite Style Hall for checking in on Friday June 1 and checking out on Saturday, June 2.  Housing must be prearranged.

  • Complete an online application

  • Submit professional resume (MS Word and PDFs acceptable)

  • Submit a one-paragraph statement describing why you would like to participate in the Collegiate Career Advancement Program




MAY 25, 2018






Following the application deadline, the selection committee will review applications to begin the selection process. 


For more information, email:





 Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity, also known as the Boulé, is the first Greek-letter fraternity to be founded by African American men. Significantly, unlike the other African American Greek-letter organizations, its members already have received college and professional degrees at the time of their induction. 


The Wichita member Boulé is Alpha Nu.  Alpha Nu Boulé was chartered on March 3, 1962 in a ceremony held at the Lassen Hotel. Its members are referred to as Archons, which is Greek for "Noble Men."


For more information about the Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity Alpha Nu Boulé contact,

The Kansas Hispanic Education and Development Foundation (KHEDF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides Hispanic students with the financial and educational resources they need to achieve college education and help Kansas be more competitive.

For more information about KHEDF, please visit:

Current Officers and Members of the Fraternity



  • Sire Archon Askia Ahmad

  • Sire Archon-Elect Archon Derek Morgan

  • Immediate Past Sire Archon Brian Black

  • Grammateus Archon Reginald Thompson

  • Thesauristes Archon Lorenza Breckenridge, Jr.

  • Grapter Archon Victor Everett

  • Agogos Archon Willard Rice

  • Rhetoricios Archon Anthony Turner


Archon Loren Breckenridge

Archon Val Brown, Sr.

Archon Johnnie Cartledge   

Archon Leonard Clark, Jr.

Archon Woody Cottner

Archon Art DeHart

Archon Dale Diggs, Jr.  

Archon U.L. Rip Gooch

Archon Ron Holt

Archon Jamil Moody

Archon Robert Moody

Archon Thomas Scott

Archon Terry Turner

Archon Jimmy Washington