Zeta Phi Beta has a long history of auxiliary organizations. In 1940, graduate chapters began to notice that there were women in the community with the same ideas as the women of the sorority. Yet, for various reasons, these women were not able to attend college, and therefore were not eligible for membership in Zeta Phi Beta. To help alleviate this problem, Zeta Phi Beta created several successful auxiliary groups, which included:
Amicae– Meaning friends in Latin the Amicae were organized in 1948 for women who do not have college degrees, but have interest in assisting local chapters with activities.
Zeta Male Network– The gentlemen in the lives of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. members.
Archonettes– Youth group for young ladies age 14 to 18 currently in high school.
Amicettes– Youth group for girls 9 to 13.
Pearlettes– Youth group for younger girls age 4 to 8.
If you are interested or know of someone who is interested in our auxiliary groups, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org