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Sallena Thompson, Miss Bennett College (189 hits)
Hometown: Nesmith, South Carolina Year in School: Senior Major/Minor: Biology Expected Graduation: 2017 Extracurricular Activities: Member of the Student Government Association Founder of Pretty and Plump Organization Student Ambassador Member of the Pre Alumni Association Member of the
Posted on 01/19/2017 by Elynor Moss
Why I Decided to Go to a HBCU (68 hits)
One Howard University student writes about how she decided to attend a HBCU over a predominantly white institution. Alexis Young A HBCU was never my first choice. When i was applying to colleges I had my heart set on UCLA and NYU for film and knew I was going to get in. I avoided historica
Posted on 02/27/2017 by Elynor Moss
Woman on Mission to Donate to Every HBCU Gives $350 to Clark Atlanta University (60 hits)
What began as a college endowment research project by Kira Russell-Johnson, 24, ended with a shocking and disappointing revelation. Russell-Johnson, who did not attend a black college, discovered the endowments of HBCUs are significantly less than their white counterparts. That's when she decided
Posted on 02/27/2017 by Elynor Moss
The American Heart Association Hiring Interns & Full Time Folks on HBCUConnect.com! (379 hits)
Looking for an internship or new career? Are you ready to join an organization where you can make an extraordinary impact every day? Imagine all Americans enjoying ideal cardiovascular health free of heart disease and stroke. At the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association, we get to work toward that goal every day.
Posted on 02/27/2017 by Will Moss
FEATURED JOBS OF THE WEEK: February 25, 2017 (108 hits)
Every week, we will feature some of the hot jobs that employers are posting on our site. This is only a fraction of what you can find on in our Career Center. These are great opportunities so apply today! Employers are waiting.
Posted on 02/25/2017 by Reggie Culpepper
Students at DTE Energy Do Work That Matters (187 hits)
We give students hands-on, real work experiences that enrich their academics and prepare them for the future. They help us power the world around us. Candidates must be considered a student by their school, during the time they are working, in order to be considered for a DTE Student Program. Indivi
Posted on 02/24/2017 by Reggie Culpepper
TSU ALUMNA TRACI OTEY BLUNT NAMED RLJ ENTERTAINMENT’S URBAN MOVIE CHANNEL PRESIDENT (379 hits)
Traci Otey Blunt has been appointed president of RLJ Entertainment’s Urban Movie Channel (UMC), the first premium subscription-based streaming service created for African-American and urban audiences featuring quality urban content across all genres, including feature films, original series, stand-u
Posted on 02/24/2017 by Elynor Moss
Fundraising/Development Vice President, Philadelphia (872 hits)
**Are you ready to join an organization where you can make an extraordinary impact everyday?** Imagine all Americans enjoying ideal cardiovascular health free of heart disea
Posted on 02/19/2017 by Elynor Moss
New Head Coach Brings A Whole New Ballgame To Clark Atlanta (459 hits)
By Donnell Suggs As the buzzer sounded Darrell Walker casually made his way over to the scorer’s table at L.S. Epps Gymnasium and took the microphone. The first-year men’s head basketball coach at Clark Atlanta University had just engineered his Panthers to a 71-66 victory over AUC rival Moreh
Posted on 02/22/2017 by Elynor Moss
DAVID HALL GIVES A YOUNG STEEL PLAN PLAYER THE SURPRISE OF HIS LIFE: A FULL SCHOLARSHIP TO ATTEND UVI (380 hits)
Kevin Williams, Jr. has been playing steel pan for a long time although the youngster is still in 9th grade. His talent sees him serenading incoming tourists at the territory’s various ports; he has traveled to Denmark to perform; Mr. Williams is a sought-after performer at many events year-round, a
Posted on 02/21/2017 by Elynor Moss
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