The HBCU 20×20 partnership encompasses job-hunting students and graduates of HBCUs who are continuing to tap into their alumni networks.
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The adidas NIL program is rooted in the brand’s commitment to creating a more equitable future in sport and will be launched in four phases.
At this year’s TSU Spring Career Fair, Bank of America and NTT DATA Services were among entities hiring students for high-paying positions.
The Howard Bison played against Morgan State Bears, with the Bison pulling out a 68-66 win in the last minute of the NBA HBCU Classic game.
Through its partnership with The Steve Fund, UNCF intends to launch its newly established student mental health initiative.
Global leaders will attend the OLC innovate conference virtually from March 28 – April 1, and onsite in Dallas, Texas from April 11 – 14.
NFL Partners with Morgan State University to launch HBCU-focused initiative to create career opportunities in professional football.
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.