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2018 Destination HBCU: Now What? Symposium 4

Cleveland Council of Black Colleges Alumni Association

Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM (EST)

2018 Destination HBCU: Now What? Symposium 4

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Type Remaining End Quantity
12th Grade-Community College Student (Now What Session)
(9:00am - 1:30pm) Opening Session, HBCU Preparation, Scholarships, Essay Writing, Activities
22 Registrations Jan 25, 2019 Free  
9th-10th-11th Grade Student (HBCU Myths Workshop)
(10:00am - Noon) Opening Session, HBCU Myths Workshop, Panel Discussion, Activities
90 Registrations Jan 25, 2019 Free  
General Registration - Adult
Opening Session, Parent to Parent Workshop, Activities
31 Registrations Jan 25, 2019 Free  

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Want more information about the Council? Cleveland Council of Black Colleges Alumni Association

Learn More about our educational programs visit - Destination HBCU

"It's the conversation after the acceptance letter."

Now that you have been accepted to an HBCU, what do you do next. This event is open to High School Seniors, College Transfer student and parents to continue conversation in preparing you for that next step.

Where's the Money?
Getting There?
Connections?
 
In addition, learn about the historically significance, the community contributions and scholarships of the Greek-Lettered Organizations.
  • Light refreshments will be provided.
  • Must pre-register as space is limited.
  • Bring copies of your acceptance letters.
Symposium Sessions:

H: Heading to College – What to expect? Listen and question a panel of alumni on campus life, roommates, finances, connecting with faculty and staff, on campus resources, etc.

B: Building Connections – The history of the historically African American fraternities and sororities, community service, scholarship information, Greek life on campus.

C: Committed to the Future – How will I ever pay for college? Hands-on activity that will guide you through the process of creating online student scholarship searches and begin to apply for financial aid, various scholarship, and essay writing tips. Bring iPad, tablets, or laptop computer for this session.

U: Uplifting Self – Preparing yourself socially, emotionally, physically, and mentally. It’s all about choices.

Have questions about 2018 Destination HBCU: Now What? Symposium 4? Contact Cleveland Council of Black Colleges Alumni Association

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Beachwood High School
25100 Fairmount Blvd
Beachwood, OH 44122

Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM (EST)


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Cleveland Council of Black Colleges Alumni Association

The Cleveland Council of Black Colleges Alumni Association, also known as the HBCU Alumni CLE Council was established on Sunday, July 27, 1975 by Sylvester Reed, a graduate of Tuskegee Institute (now University). The council is an alliance of local alumni, alumni chapters and supporters of the public and private Historically Black Colleges and Universities. The organization is also affiliated with the Northern Ohio Inter-Alumni Council of the United Negro College Fund, which shares a similar philosophy with a regional and national outreach and mission.​


The primary purpose of the council is to:

Enhance the awareness of HBCUs,

Provide HBCU student recruitment and scholarship opportunities, and

Offer alumni development, support and fundraising to the institutions we serve.

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