After a year off, one of the best parts of the black college experience is back. Take a look at our list of HBCU Homecoming 2021 dates.
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Watch Interior designer Whitney Jones paired up with The Home Depot to makeover the first apartment for HBCU law student Brittany Goddard.
The SmithGroup, one of the nation’s leading design firms is offering paid HBCU internships to help increase the number of black architects.
The HBCU Career Hub is a new career center that connects HBCU professionals with top employers offering career opportunities.
Most schools have canceled their HBCU 2020 homecoming events, but don’t worry – you can still celebrate the event while you’re stuck at home!
Love Black College football? See our 2019 HBCU Classics football schedule that begins on Labor Day weekend and ends in mid-December.
The HBCU IN LA Internship is an 8-week summer program for students pursuing a career in the entertainment, media or communication industry.
Love Black College football? See our 2018 HBCU Classics football schedule that begins on Labor Day weekend and ends in mid-December.