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Conference: Black & Proud to Be College Bound 2.0 - "Black 2 The Future"

College Bound Brotherhood

Saturday, March 17, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)

Berkeley, CA

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Black & Proud

to Be

College Bound 2.0

"Black 2 The Future"

A College Readiness Conference for Black Males

Saturday, March 17th, 2012

8:00am - 4:00pm

Berkeley City College

2050 Center Street  Berkeley, CA 94704

  • Opportunities for students to engage with technology!
  • Sessions on SAT/ACT, A-G requirements, Financial Aid (FAFSA, Pell and Cal Grants), STEM, and more!
  • Transcript Evaluations by Counselors (bring YOUR transcripts!)
  • Raffles, prizes and giveaways!
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

 

8:00 AM               Registration & Breakfast

 

8:45                      Opening – Auditorium

Cedric Brown, CEO, Kapor Foundation

Justin Davis, Program Coordinator, Kapor Foundation

Julian Clark, Brotherhood Leadership Advisory Council

 

9:40                      Session I – Concurrent Academic Workshops

Examining New Growth Fields: Science, Technology,

Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)

Room 053

Dr. Jarvis Sulcer, Level Playing Field Institute

 

Tackling the Test: SAT/ACT Tips

Room 054

Aprille Flint, R.T. Fisher Educational Enterprises, Inc

 

Writing Your Way In: Personal Essay & Scholarship

Application Writing Workshop

Room 055

Mark Ali, Bay Area Writing Project

 

Parents and Staff: How Do We Ensure

Excellence in Our Youth?

Auditorium

Kimm Blackwell, Berkeley City College

 

10:50                    Break

 

11:00                    Keynote – Auditorium

Gene Wade, Entrepreneur & Founder,

New Charter University (New.edu)

 

11:45                    Understanding A-G Requirements & Financial Aid Resources – Auditorium

Leslie Hsu, College Access Director,

June Jordan School of Equity

 

12:00 PM             Lunch – Atrium

Transcript Evaluation – Auditorium

 

1:00                      Session II – Career Panel – Auditorium

Black in Tech: Starting-up a Career in Tech

Chris Bennet, CEO, Central.ly

Curtiss Pope, CEO, AisleFinder/Supermarket API

Kurt Collins, CEO, Enole

Jareau Wade, VP, Business Development, PoundPay

Pius Uzamere, Co-Founder, Becouply.com

 

1:55                      Break

 

2:00                      Session III – Tech Tools – Auditorium

What’s Next?: Using Tech to Plan for Your Future

Jason Young, Founder, Mindblown Labs

Don Fraser, Founder, College Snapps

Kalimah Priforce, Co-Founder, Qeyno Labs

 

3:00                      Closing Remarks & Raffle

                      

This one-day convening will highlight the crossroads of education and technology, focusing on tech tools and careers!  Students will learn about and test various tech apps that can meet their academic needs and further their preparation for college.  Additionally, students will meet black tech industry professionals who have developed innovative apps and are creating pathways for future black entrepreneurs in technology.


Co-sponsored by:

 

Through the College Bound Brotherhood, the Kapor Foundation seeks to expand the number of African American young men in the Bay Area who are prepared for a college education.

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Berkeley City College
2050 Center Street
Berkeley, CA 94704

Saturday, March 17, 2012 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PDT)


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College Bound Brotherhood

The College Bound Brotherhood is a multi-organizational collaboration focused on increasing the college readiness, access, persistence, and completion of African American young men from the San Francisco Bay Area. Over 50 agencies are involved in the growing network.

Founded in 2008, the Brotherhood is co-supported by the Kapor Center for Social Impact and the College Access Foundation of California and facilitated by the Marcus Foster Education Fund.

 

 

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