PROGRAMS

 

HBCU Homecoming Bus Tour

This program is designed to advise and support high achieving high school seniors in all aspects of the HBCU search and admissions process. HBC You Scholars seeks to educate students and parents about HBCUs, the college admissions process, trends, procedures, and testing. This program consist of meetings with seniors, individually and in groups, to talk about process and individual college choices. In addition facilitated meetings with college admissions representatives and meetings between college representatives and students will be a part of the experience. HBC You Scholars provides one-on-one support and assistance for students on their journey to attend and graduate from a HBCU!

HBCU Beautillion

This is a five-month program designed to prepare high school seniors for college and life.  The program requires the "beaux" to attend weekly workshops focusing on ACT preparation and college and career readiness among other supports and services. The beaux would also attend social and cultural events and perform a community service project. At the culmination of the program, each of the beaux are presented to their parents, friends and other invited guests at the beautillion ball. All of the beaux receive a scholarship award as well as special awards are given to those beaux with exceptional performance in the program.

HBCU Experience 

  This program is designed to educate, promote and increase student attendance at HBCUs. The HBCU Experience is a day or weekend long experience that combines;

•Family Focused “TED TALK” Inspirational Lectures

•HBCU Alumni Panel Discussion & Workshops

•HBCU College & Career Readiness Fair

This event places an emphasis on careers in Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM). Attracting students of all ages and parents this experience will inspire a new generation of HBCU graduates to be future leaders.

 HBCYou Scholars

This program is designed to advise and support high achieving high school seniors in all aspects of the HBCU search and admissions process. HBCYou Scholars seeks to educate students and parents about HBCUs, the college admissions process, trends, procedures, and testing. This program consist of meetings with seniors, individually and in groups, to talk about process and individual college choices. In addition facilitated meetings with college admissions representatives and meetings between college representatives and students will be a part of the experience. HBCYou Scholars provides one-on-one support and assistance for students on their journey to attend and graduate from a HBCU.

HBCU Academy 

This is a 10 week academic after school program for students of all grade levels. In addition, HBCU Academy can be customized to offer special programs for early-release and no-school days as well as programs for the summer. This program works in partnership with each community, school, and family to design the program that meets their specific needs relating to college and career readiness with a focus on HBCUs. It draws upon the most effective academic enrichment and life skill lessons to challenge students and make learning fun. Lessons are taught by an experienced team of HBCU alumni professionals and industry leaders.