(L-r) Dr. Vita Pickrum, VP of University Advancement, stands with Presidents’ Panel participants Norfolk State University President Javaune Adams-Gaston, George Suttles (moderator), Delaware State University President Tony Allen, Medgar Evers College President Patricia Ramsey, and Morris Brown College President Kevin James during the HBCU Philanthropy Symposium hosted by the University and held at the National Harbor in Maryland.

By: U.S. Department of Education

Intern Support Grants Awarded to HBCUs, Totaling $41,000. During the recent HBCU Week, the HBCU National Center Foundation awarded $1,000 grants to 41 HBCU Presidents and Chancellors attending the Conference. You can read more about this exciting development here.

The Intern Support Grants are intended to be used in any way that supports, enhances, or builds a semester in D.C. program for HBCU students.

If your institution would like to apply for this grant, please reach out to HBCUNC@InternsDC.com. For more information on the HBCU National Center:

Visit their website: HBCUNC.org

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