Don't miss the 14th Annual Black College Expo...For students of all ages. 11th and 12th graders, and even college students can get accepted on the spot! Receive Scholarships on the Spot! Application fees waived. Just bring at least 15 copies of your official transcripts and ACT and/or SAT test scores. College students looking to transfer, bring your official transcripts from all colleges you have attended. Plus meet with Community College HBCU Transfer Team to connect with 21 partner schools. Meet one-on-one with over 50 college recruiters, check out the informative seminars, "Why Attend an HBCU", "Booming Careers", "How to Find Money for College", Hip Hop Veteran YoYo's 8 Secrets to Becoming an Entrepreneur, "How to Get into the Entertainment Business", Get the 411 for the Student Athletes, where Student Athletes who want to play in college can also meet the nations top national scouts, featuring NSR. Sign up for our EXCLUSIVE HBCU Football Combine. At 3pm its a Step Show and hosted by BET's The Westbrooks, plus a special up and close performance by R&B Sensation Anthony Lewis.
If you are a junior or senior, do not forget to www.blackcollegeexpo.com for more information. Tickets just $10 at the door, $8 online and $7 for groups of 15 or more. No Refunds. Kids under 12 FREE, College Students show your ID to get in FREE! Plus get access to jobs, internships and Careers in the Career Center Powered by JobsR4U, book scholarships, and other resources.
Just added Cash for College Workshop, come get your Financial Aid form (FAFSA) all fill out with help for FREE.
And meet some members of the SQUAD from the Talk Show "THA Underground" keep it real with REAL TALK featuring Morgan Westbrooks and Anthony Lewis.
Note-All funds go towards National College Resources Foundation scholarship fund and gap fees (for foster and homeless students), and to help underwrite event. National College Resources Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with the mission of curtailing the high school drop out rate and increasing enrollment to degree and/or certificate programs among underserved and underrepresented students.