All of our funding comes from sponsors who believe in the impact of the program and are willing to support it financially.
The Kappa Beautillion
The beautillion is a program designed to prepare high school junior and senior males for college and subsequent life. The participants are required to attend bi-weekly workshops on topics such as: etiquette, fiscal responsibility, men’s health, financial aid, career prep and public speaking.
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We are no longer accepting applications for the 2015 Beautillion. Please be sure to check our site often for more information and updates!
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Message from the Chairman
Welcome and thank you for your interest in the biennial beautillion program sponsored by the Burlington-Camden Achievement Foundation, Inc. I invite you to learn more about our unique program and the achievements of our outstanding beaux. Since 2009, 56 young men from throughout New Jersey have participated in the beautillion. Their accomplishments are many, including:
- 100% are currently enrolled in a college, university or professional school
- 60% were student athletes
- 3.28 is the average high school gpa
- 2 past beaux graduated with perfect 4.0 gpas
- 8 past beaux were student government officers
- 8 past beaux were musicians
- 2 past beaux were valedictorian/salutatorian of their classes
- 177 total college acceptances have been gained
We are extremely proud of our beaux and expect them to continue pursuing achievement in every field of human endeavor. If you are interested in helping us further our mission to assist these young men in attaining higher education, please visit our Sponsorship Page. We certainly value the contributions of all of our benefactors.
Again, thank you for your support of this program. It is truly a cause worth supporting.
Very truly yours,
Lloyd Freeman, Esq.
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Our scholarship foundation thrives solely on the generosity of our donors. Please consider donating to our foundation and help us send more academically talented youth to college.