The d'Zert Club and The African Genesis Institute are sponsoring a free, all expense paid, trip to Egypt, North Africa for 1000 students nationwide between the ages of 7 and 14 and 500 adult group leaders.
These travelers will participate in the Annual Teen Summit 1000.
The d’Zert Club is a Philadelphia-based, non-profit travel organization founded in 1997 by the husband and wife team of Ali and Helen Salahuddin. It specializes in coordinating national and international educational field trips for African Americans.
The African Genesis Institute is a proactive, 3 semester, educational and cultural program for African American youth between the ages of 7 and 14 focused on developing an understanding and awareness of the African experience in America.
Over this 27-month period students are exposed to their rich and extraordinary ancient African history through seminars, online classes, and field trips.
At the end of the program the students and group leaders sojourn to Egypt for the Teen Summit 1000 where they examine the land of their ancestors and share their culture and lifestyle with African youth.
The trip to Egypt is sponsored by the d’Zert Club and is absolutely free to the students and adults serving as the graduation reward for those who complete the program.
General information and enrollment meetings will be held in the cities listed below.
November 20: 2pm Philadelphia: African American Museum, 701 Arch Street
Slots will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
Those interested in earning this free trip to the Motherland should review the attached information, call 1-888-257-5991, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.africangenesis2.org.