HBCU Night Presents: HBCU Notes

HBCU Night Presents: HBCU Notes

Fireside Chat Series (April 9th, 5:00pm Eastern Time)

  • 5:00pm: - HBCU Hub's founder, Jonathan Swindell 

    • A discussion around HBCU Hub's strategy to help students with the admissions' resources through an app

  • 5:20pm: - HBCU 20x20's founder, Nicole Tinson 

    • A discussion around HBCU 20x20's strategy to help provide employment opportunities for 'HBCU students and HBCU alumni

  • 5:40pm: - HBCU PrideNation's founder, Travis P. Jackson 

    • A discussion around HBCU PrideNation's strategy to help bridge the gap between social media and the admissions process for prospective college students

  • 6:00pm: Support Black Colleges' co-founders, Corey Arvinger & Justin Phillips 

    • A discussion around Support Black Colleges' strategy to create brand awareness through entrepreneurship and online retail

  • 6:30pm: Thurgood Marshall College Fund, Candiace Dillard Bassett

    • A discussion around Thurgood Marshall College Fund's strategy to provide member schools' scholarships to prospective college students and current college students

  • 7:00pm: Black College Expo's founder, Dr. Theresa Price 

    • A discussion around Black College Expo's strategy to provide guidance with the admissions process to prospective college students and current college students

  • 7:30pm: UNCF Director, Jennifer Childress 

    • A discussion around United Negro College Fund's strategy to provide member HBCUs' scholarships to prospective college students and current college students

  • 8:30pm: PSC Recruiter, Tamara Bates 

    • A discussion on available scholarships and how to navigate through the admissions process during COVID-19 and an opportunity for virtual live enrollment and scholarship presentations with required application submissions directly through recruiter.

  • 9:15pm: Common Black College App Giveaway, HBCU Night, Inc.

    • 25 selected prospective college students (or parents tuned in on behalf of their kids) who tune in on IG live will have their application fee waived once the application has been completed and submitted on 

    • Prospective College Students 17 and under must have a parent or guardian email before 7:00pm et (4/9/20)

    • Post HBCU Notes flyer on instagram feed & story tagging @commonblkcollap & @hbcunight and hashtagging #hbcunight , #commonblackcollegeapp & #hbcunotes

  • More details TBA

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