Choosing between a one-year MBA and a two-year MBA should be a simple matter of personal choice. Yet, the reality isn’t so straightforward. Continue reading Explore Your Options: The One-Year or the Two-Year MBA?
November 27, 2018, Pasadena, Calif. – ArtCenter College of Design President Lorne M. Buchman announced today that, after a comprehensive international search, the College has named Aaron I. Bruce to the new inaugural role of vice president and chief diversity officer. Continue reading Aaron I. Bruce Named Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer of ArtCenter College of Design
Kristine E. Guillaume ’20 will lead the newly elected 146th Guard of The Harvard Crimson, the organization’s President announced on Monday. Guillaume is the first black woman to serve as President of The Crimson in the paper’s 145-year history. Continue reading Guillaume to Lead The Crimson’s 146th Guard
Peace Corps launches its first-ever HBCU Barbershop Tour in October with visits to historically black colleges and universities in the District of Columbia, Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. The tour officially kicked off on October 2 at Nile Style Barbershop near Morgan State University in Baltimore. Continue reading Peace Corps kicks off inaugural HBCU Barbershop Tour
By Jovane Marie
DiversityComm, Inc., more than 8,500 attendees, representatives from more than 250 leading Fortune 500 companies, and 45 colleges and universities attended the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) 40th Anniversary Conference and Exposition Continue reading One Voice, One Mission—NBMBAA 2018 Conference Wrap-Up
Students met college recruiters from various institutions and participated in workshops to learn more about college access and affordability. Continue reading Senator Parker Hosts Annual Black College Expo
College students and parents are already looking ahead to the 2019—2020 school year with the FAFSA- the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. The great news is that the Department of Education just launched “myStudentAid” app to make it easier for students and families to fill out the federal student aid application through their mobile phones. Continue reading 3 Tips for Filling Out Applications for College Financial Aid
SALT LAKE CITY–TFS Scholarships is the most comprehensive free online resource for higher education funding connecting students to more than 7 million scholarships representing more than $41 billion in aid. Continue reading November is National Scholarship Month NOW is the time to start applying for scholarships
Lab assistant positions offer students interested in the sciences unparalleled professional experience, not to mention high wages. PayScale estimates that college laboratory assistants make around $14.62 an hour on average.
Continue reading 4 on-campus jobs that can set you up for success after graduation
Converse College announces that alumna Phyllis Perrin Harris ’82 has taken the helm as chair of the Board of Trustees, marking an historic milestone for the College as she becomes the first African American to hold this leadership position. Continue reading Converse College Welcomes Leadership of First African American Board Chair
His Help From the Hart Charity Fund is partnering with the UNCF to award $600,000 Continue reading Kevin Hart giving back by handing out scholarships to HBCU students
By Curtis Bunn, Urban News Service
Derek Anderson, the former San Antonio Spurs star, wants to teach black kids how to talk to the police. Growing up virtually homeless in Louisville, Kentucky, Anderson made the unlikely journey from inner-city high school to college basketball star at the University of Kentucky and then an 11-year career in the NBA, crowned by a championship with the San Antonio Spurs.
Continue reading Former NBA Player Derek Anderson Creates School That Teaches Acts of Kindness, Life Skills and Crisis Management