Debutante Pearls of Perfection 2018-2019
The Pearls of Perfection Debutante Program of the Contra Costa Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, recognizes notable young ladies in the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area who have demonstrated superior academic excellence, exemplary moral standards and are actively engaged in their local communities. This comprehensive program is designed for young ladies who will be high school seniors, graduating in the upcoming academic year. Once achieved, the accomplishments of these young ladies are celebrated in a spectacular way at an eloquent Debutante Cotillion scheduled for January 5, 2019.
The Pearls of Perfection Debutante program is comprised of four key components:
Scholarship – the program stresses the importance of scholastic achievement and the value of continuing education at the at the post-secondary level through scholarship awards
Service – participants are taught the importance of giving back to their communities through individual and group community service projects
Leadership Skills – an integral part of the program offers participants the opportunity to network and learn from professionals with various skills specific to educational development and college preparedness
Development – through a series of workshops, cultural events and rehearsals, participants will learn etiquette and social grace skills, skills geared to enhance their personal growth as they transition into adulthood
Those invited to participate in this program benefit from their connection to a stellar group of women who are high achievers and serve as invaluable resources. Regardless of a Debutante’s chosen path in life, she will forever have access to those in our organization who can serve as mentors, friends and role models. This relationship, along with new found friendships offer these young ladies the opportunity to create a unique bond, which is like no other.
Being a participant in a Debutante Program is a great honor and those chosen for our program will be successful in their endeavors, serve as role models to their peers and become future leaders in their communities.
At this time the application process has ended for the 2018-2019 year.