Delta Mu Mu Chapter,
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.
Achievement Week
November 5-12, 2022

Established in 1921, Achievement Week is Omega Psi Phi Fraternity's first and longest standing community service initiative. With the mission to "encourage and support achievement for the collective good among today's youth in communities of color," Achievement Week is one of Omega's few programs required to be performed by every Chapter.   Held the first week of November annually,  Delta Mu Mu Chapter (DMM) has crafted a series of programs aimed to advance critical thought and educate with the goal to inspire high school and college students of color in metro Atlanta.  Additionally, the Chapter honor those local leaders who serve the community, in general, and young people of color particularly at its annual Founders Brunch.

The Omega Debate is a high school debate challenge in metro Atlanta featuring students of color formulating and developing arguments with compelling evidence and presentation on policy, community, and political topics that affect them and communities of color

The Daily Achiever campaign runs each day during Achievement Week through DMM's social media channels highlighting an unsung, and, in most cases, unknown, African American achiever noting their accomplishments and contribution

The capstone of Achievement Week is the Founders Brunch where annual awards are presented to community leaders, the winners of The Omega Debate and TAP, and recognized members of DMM Chapter

DMM Achievement Week's Newest Program

The Achievement Pitch

A new addition to DMM's Achievement Week programming, The inaugural Achievement Pitch (TAP) is an business pitch competition for college students with a focus of having a social impact on communities of color.  Click the link below for further details and information.