The HBCU IN LA Internship is an 8-week summer program for students pursuing a career in the entertainment, media or communication industry. Deadline: January 3, 2018.
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Are you a student at a historically black college or university? You are not alone: approximately 300,000 students are enrolled at HBCUs across the United States, and they all want to find classes, sports, activities, and internships that will help them prepare for life after graduation.
Every HBCU student wants to have an amazing college experience, and HBCU Lifestyle has the tools, tips, and resources that will help you embrace college life. Whether you’re looking for articles about the HBCU experience, Greek life, or career planning, HBCU Lifestyle will give you the information that you need to enjoy your time as a college student.
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The #HBCURising Campus Tour features screenings and talks with director Stanley Nelson and others about the history, legacy, and future of HBCUs.
Love Black College football? See our 2017 HBCU Classics football schedule that begins on Labor Day weekend and ends in mid-December.
The HBCU Homecoming event is one of the best parts of the Black College experience for students, faculty, and alumni. See our list of dates to attend.
Roland and Bethany Criswell are partners in life, business, and service.Their partnership reflects a life of community, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship.
Spending summer working in the STEM field? It is important to make the most of your opportunity. Here are tips on how to maximize your experience.
The film “Burning Sands” forces an honest discussion among Black Greek fraternity and sorority members and candidates about hazing.
The Bentonville Film Festival is offering a week-long, experience across departments introducing interns to methods of championing diversity and inclusion.