Throughout history, HBCUs have collaborated with under-resourced communities to address economic issues. Learn what HBCUs are doing in the community today.
The long-awaited, $72-million Morgan Business Center, home of the Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management, officially opened on Friday, November 13th. President David Wilson, along with members of the Morgan State University Board of Regents, local and state leaders, students and the business community cut the ribbon to declare the facility open for […]
On March 20-22, Black Founders will bring their HBCUHacks program to Grambling State University. HBCUHacks is a series of weekend hackathons that introduce students at historically black colleges and universities to technology careers and entrepreneurship. Black Founders has made Grambling State University the next stop on their HBCUHacks hackathon tour. Black Founders’ HBCUHacks program visits […]
Founded in 2011, Black Founders is an organization dedicated to promote diversity in the technology industry and is focused on increasing black tech entrepreneurship. By the means of hackathons entitled HBCUHacks, they provide African-American college students interested in technology, design, and engineering an opportunity to take their ideas to the next level. At Hackathons, students […]
College is a fantastic life experience, it’s great fun and it’s a great way to get a head start on your career so that you can land the best jobs and start earning a decent salary a little earlier than your peers. But all that comes at a cost – a very literal and expensive […]
The idea of owning and operating your own business is daunting, but if you have a clear image of what kind of business you want to work on after graduation. College is the perfect time to nurture your inner entrepreneur. This is the time to learn what you can about starting a business. Conceptualizing your […]