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Columbia University Business Program to Partner with HBCUs

"HBCU advocates have long pointed out that when recruiters are looking to hire black employees, they start at HBCUs.  Many have also encouraged high achieving students to attend an HBCU for an undergraduate degree and an Ivy League college for grad school.  The Dean of Columbia University's School of Professional Studies is supporting both these ideologies by partnering with 10 HBCUs and providing scholarships for its master's degree programs."  Read more about it.... http://www.thehundred-seven.org/columbiabschool.html  

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HBCU NFL Draft Combine In Miami

 Mark your calendars....March 27-29th, 2020 HBCU NFL Draft Combine in Miami The NFL will conduct its Combine Series, featuring the Regional Combine Invitational (RCI) and the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Combine, from March 27-29 at the Miami Dolphins’ Baptist Health Training Facility. Click here to find out more information!  

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CONGRATULATIONS-Donzella Washington

In an article written in NY Amsterdam News by Cyril Josh Barker he shared the following: At age 80, Donzella Washington fulfilled her late husband’s dreams for her of obtaining her college degree. She also made some history along the way. Earlier this month fall commencement exercises were held at the historically Black Alabama A&M University (AAMU) in Huntsville, Ala. and when Washington walked across the stage, she became the school’s oldest person to ever graduate with her degree in social work. Washington’s story started when she met her husband in California at church. The two bought a farm and...

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