Annapolis Alumni Chapter Guide Right


The Guide Right is Kappa Alpha Psi national service program to help improve the lives of young men through various educational and vocational opportunities. Staying true to those principles, the Annapolis (MD) Chapter Alumni supports male youths ranging in age from 8 to 18 years old.

Program Objectives
  • Provide enrichment opportunities for young through academia, general life skills and social activities necessary to attend higher education institutions.
  • Provide general guidance, mentorship, and leadership that support confidence and courage.
  • Promote social and personal responsibility through service and community engagement
  • Encourage high ideals such as scholarship and citizenship

Annapolis (MD) Alumni Guide Right Program
Steadfastly adhering to the fundamentals of ACHIEVEMENT, the Annapolis (MD) Alumni Guide Right Program provides excellent opportunities and social guidance for middle and high school males through its Kappa League. Our program offers excellent opportunities and social guidance while providing the necessary tools to enable young men to adapt to today’s changing landscape and environment.

The overall goal of the Annapolis Guide Right program is to guide young men in the right direction by providing them with practical training opportunities and activities to foster positive character development. Currently, our Guide Right Program operates out of two locations; Robin Wood Recreation Center in Annapolis, MD, and Samuel P. Massie Academy in Forrestville, MD.

Robin Wood Recreation Center
Our Guide Right Program and Kappa League meet at the Robin Wood Recreation Center. The Annapolis (MD) Alumni Chapter is oriented toward helping young men to grow and develop their leadership talents in every phase of human endeavor. This task is accomplished through our Kappa League.

Since the fundamental purpose of Kappa Alpha Psi is ACHIEVEMENT, it is our primary purpose to help these young men achieve worthy goals for themselves and to make constructive contributions to their community in leadership roles. Thanks in part to the hard work of Brother Allan Griffin, Brother Shawn Pindell, Brother Ernest Anderson, and Brother Hess Branch, the program has been a success since its commencement.

Allan Griffin – Coordinator
Shawn Pindell – Advisor
Ernest Anderson – Advisor
Hess Branch - Advisor

Sam Massie Academy

Kappa Alpha Psi’s commitment to young people is well established and our Guide Right efforts, both individual and collective, can continue to serve as a mechanism to “inspire service in the public interest.”

With assistance of Prince George's County District 8 Councilmen, Brother Obie Patterson, the Annapolis, Maryland Alumni chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. implemented the Guide Right program at the Samuel P. Massie Academy in Forestville, Maryland. Thanks in part to the efforts of Willis Stamps, Sean Stamps and Allan Griffin, the program has been a success since its inception in early 2016."

To participate in this program, male students must attend Massie Academy and be committed to participate twice a month on Thursday afternoon from 6:00PM - 8:00PM.

Sean Stamps – Co-chair
Willis Stamps – Co-Chair

How to sign up for our Guide Right Program

For additional Guide Right Program information, please send an email to

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