Internship is an ideal way to bridge the gap between going to the school and landing at a great job. It helps you to gain relevant experience and decide if a particular career is a right choice for you. If you are ready to get started and have a passion for journalism, this vibe magazine […]
It’s graduation time for the nation’s HBCU’s and they have once again lined up an impressive roster of speakers for their upcoming commencement ceremonies. From entertainers, celebrity personalities to top professionals and political figures, these commencement speakers are a diverse group of internationally recognized African American leaders. Take a look at this year’s lineup. Alabama
Delta Community Credit Union is committed to better the financial lives of its members. Their financial program for young adults and annual scholarship program aims to help these members with early financial milestones such as going to college. In addition to these, to celebrate its 75th anniversary in 2015, Delta Community in partnership with Atlanta
Beginning fall 2015, students at California Community Colleges who meet a certain criteria will be able to transfer to nine historically black colleges and universities, thanks to an agreement inked between leaders of the institutions and the California Community Colleges Board of Governors on March, 17, 2015. According to the agreement, students who apply for
The Walt Disney Company recently announced its partnership with United Negro College Fund (UNCF) through a $1 million commitment to provide scholarships to outstanding African American students and give them the required tools to realize their professional goals. This Disney scholarship program administered by UNCF will offer financial aid to high achieving African American students
Those gearing up for graduation at the Howard University can breathe a little easier now as the college is implementing new practices that will surely lower some financial burden off their shoulders. Starting next fall, Howard will cover 50 percent of the cost of a student’s final semester if they graduate early or on time.
While the idea of spending your spring break partying, lying on the beach, and basking in the sun sounds appealing, many college students view the downtime as an opportunity to earn some extra spending money. If it sounds like you, here are some spring break job ideas to help you get started. Baby Sitter Many
Do you love your HBCU? If so, join us and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) in celebrating Historically Black Colleges and Universities throughout the month of March with “I Love My HBCU Month.” Undoubtedly, HBCU’s have played a significant role in producing brilliant minds throughout the world. Many African-Americans would not be where they