The U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Environmental Management is offering paid 10-week internships to STEM majors at Minority Serving Institutions.
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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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We Black Greeks proudly declare that we are committed to community service. The trick is make sure the community service is meaningful.
If you are searching for the perfect school, a college open house can help you make the right choice. These tips can help you make the most of your visit!
Whether this is your first adventure or a repeat spring break trip, there are always new tricks to learn about planning and traveling with your friends.
Contributor Felecia Commodore recently got a chance to see the Oscar-nominated film “Hidden Figures” and came away with a key takeaway on sisterhood.
Do you know what you are going to do after you graduate college? The news is filled each day with stories of doom in the job market and increasingly high unemployment numbers. The crisis our nation faces with high unemployment is not one to take lightly, and as a recent graduate with limited experience, you […]
Pettiness is a real problem in Greek life because everyone is emotionally invested in their letters. Here is how you manage #PettyLaBelle in your chapter.
Most scholarships require recipients to keep a certain grade point average. What if you receive a FAIL grade? We’ll show you how to keep your scholarship.