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Metro NY Chapter Of The National Black MBA Association Calls On High School Mentors
NY-based non-profit looking for high school mentors for 2012. Application Deadline: January 2.
Mentors will play a critical role in giving students the tools and resources for setting goals, applying to college, seeking financial aid, budgeting, resume writing, public speaking, networking, etc. The six-month program will culminate in a case competition and program graduation. Outstanding students will join an eight-day tour of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, sponsored by the ETA Theta Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Why participate in C.A.S.H.?
- The Metro NY Chapter won the National Black MBA Association Leaders of Tomorrow Program of the Year for 2011
- Program Director, ywthrc Tyrone Scott, won the Ohio State University Fisher College of Business Community Service Award
- Eighteen C.A.S.H. graduates attended the HBCU College Tour in October -- the most in over 5 years
- C.A.S.H. was featured on WPIX Channel 11 Morning Show on June 22, 2011
- Program looking to graduate 100+ students in 2012
The program runs from January 6 to June 22. Interested individuals should submit an application here: http://www.nyblackmba.org/
ABOUT the College Awareness Symbolizes Hope Program:
The Metro NY Chapter’s CA.S.H. Program hosts a series of free academic enrichment and leadership workshops to provide African-American high school students with the awareness, education, and information about the advantages of graduating from high school and matriculating into college. The program provides students with the tools and resources for goal-setting, applying to college, business etiquette, financial literacy, resume writing, public speaking, networking, etc.
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The Metro New York Chapter of the NBMBAA's mission is to lead in the creation of economic and intellectual wealth for the Metro New York African-American Community.