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Morehouse School of Medicine Highlights 4 Unique Stand-Out Students

Morehouse School of Medicine’s challenging yet rewarding Online Education and Expanded programs are designed for working professionals seeking to improve their career outcomes. The...

2021 Goldman Sachs Virtual HBCU Possibilities Summit Presents Unprecedented Opportunities For HBCU Students

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Goldman Sachs has been a huge advocate for more diversity and inclusion in the financial services industry. As part of their mission to empower...

PIMCO Launches PIMCO Black Scholarship To Give $20k to African American Students

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PIMCO is a leading global asset management firm headquartered in Newport Beach, California. As one of the largest investment managers, actively managing more than...

Morehouse School of Medicine Offering 12-18 Month Masters Programs 100% Online

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Morehouse School of Medicine is offering three incredible Masters programs 100% online. A Master’s degree can increase your income and change your life. The...

Morehouse School of Medicine Is Offering Free 5-Week Summer Program, Guaranteed Master’s Acceptance

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Morehouse School of Medicine is offering a free 5-Week summer program to expose motivated college students and post baccalaureate to the fields of Health...

Sodexo Creates $10 Million Scholarship Program For HBCU Students

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While education is key to being able to climb up the corporate ladder, there are thousands of hard workers who aren’t able to afford...

Howard University Forms Nursing Academic Partnership With NYU

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Howard University and New York University are joining forces for a health-related partnership that will support not only education, but research between the two...

The Creative Collective NYC Has Formulated Masterclasses For Black Creatives

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If you’re an HBCU creative, you’ll know that it’s not just about the help you receive, but what kind of help is available. Started...

Howard University Partners with Columbia University Press to Advance Black Studies, Diversify Academic Publishing

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Howard University has formed a new partnership with Colombia University Press to diversify the book industry with new talent and new connections. Read the...

Hampton University Journalism Student Jamaija Rhoades Wins Pulitzer Center Fellowship

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Journalism is an undeniably captivating way to combat racial injustices around the world. For Hampton University student Jamaija Rhoades, journalism is her way to...

Gilead Offers Various Paid Opportunities Through Virtual Job Fair

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Gilead Sciences is looking to bring on more talent that will join their ranks as the leading biopharmaceutical company. The company works to develop...

The Roots Fund is Helping HBCU Students Join The Wine Industry

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About The Roots Fund The Roots Fund is a non-profit organization whose core mission is to “Empower under-represented minorities in the wine industry by providing...

A Howard Alumna Establishes Six-Figure Oncology Scholarship Honoring Mother

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Howard University students who have taken on the selfless work of caring for cancer patients will now have an angel on their side. Shirley...

First HBCU Teachers Fair Seeking To Increase Diversity In Education

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Efforts to diversify the education field have just gotten much easier with the creation of a new teachers fair! It's only right for there...

FAMU, Pharrell Williams Launch ‘Black Ambition’ Initiative For HBCU Entrepreneurs

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Entrepreneurs of color are often under-funded and overlooked. Considering that Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) are undeniably a large consistent source of black...

New Mack Champ Golf Scholarships Established at PVAMU

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A new $40,000 donation is allowing Prairie View A&M University to support both its men's and women's golf teams! Recently, the Cameron Champ Foundation...

Travis Scott’s New Foundation Launch Includes HBCU Scholarships

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Superstar rapper Travis Scott is well-known for his music, but only few may realize how significant his philanthropy efforts are as well. This week,...

Goldman Sachs HBCU Possibilities Program Is For First and Second Year HBCU Students

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Finance has long been a difficult industry to break into, especially for people of color. Then when it comes to advancing into management positions,...

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