The founders of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. were all educators in their own right. The genesis of the Education Program lies in the traditional emphasis that the Fraternity places on Education. During the 1945 Conclave in St. Louis, Missouri, the fraternity underwent a constitution restructuring after World War II, and this leads to the birth of the Education as a National Program.
The National Program of Education focuses on programming and services to alumni and collegiates in the fraternity. Programs such as scholarships, lectures, college fairs, mentoring, and tutoring enhance this program on local, regional, and national levels.
Education is one of three national initiative programs of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. The fraternity believes that education is a key element to both personal and professional growth. The program initiative focuses on providing educational programs and services such as scholarships, lectures, college fairs, mentoring, and tutoring members fraternity as well as the community.