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Youth Auxiliary

Our graduate members serve as mentors for four youth groups for both young women and young men. In addition, graduate members serve as role models and give instructional training in refinement, culture, job readiness, and more!


How will my child benefit?

As a parent, preparing your child for the future while providing chances for growth is always on your mind.

Meet Friends: Your child will have the chance to meet new friends outside of their school and neighborhood

  • Leadership: Your child will have chances to take on leadership roles such as officer or project leader

  • Career: Exposure to adults working in a variety of career and leadership roles

  • Volunteering: Learn the importance of helping our community. This time can be used to meet school requirements

  • Job/interview skills: Phi-Teens and Cavaliers will learn how to fill out job applications, create resumes and learn interview skills to help them compete for the jobs they want



The auxiliaries are organized groups of youth and adults sponsored by the National Organization of Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. for the purpose of encouraging, assisting, and training youth in the educational, refinement, and cultural process through specifically designed programs and activities.

In order to nurture our youth, Gamma Phi Delta Sorority, Inc. has as a part of its organizational structure:


Rosebuds (Girls, Ages 8 years - 12 years)

Phi-Teens (Young Ladies, Ages 13 – College Sophomore)

Junior Cavaliers (Young Males, Ages 8 years - 12 years)

Cavaliers (Young Men, Ages 13 – College Sophomore)

Seniors Cavaliers (Adult Men)

Echoes (Adult Women) 

Our youth learn the importance of helping our community!

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Our Youth Auxiliary is led by Marlo Allen, who has extensive education and experience in teaching and working with youth.


Marlo works diligently with Gamma Chapter youth to encourage outreach, self-esteem, and most of all love of community.


You can download the youth application below!

Ms. Marlo Allen
Youth Advisor

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