Greetings from your Central Community Access Center Manager!
1. Wake Forest University has an opportunity for minority students to attend its MBA program for FREE, and so far, the response has been very poor. Please pass along this opportunity to your friends and families. This is a great school and a tremendous opportunity to attend this top graduate program. The contact person is: Derrick S. Boone, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Marketing, Rm. 3139 Worrell Professional Center, Babcock Graduate School of Management – Wake Forest University, WINSTON SALEM, NC 27109-8738, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.wfu.edu toll free 1-866-925-3622.
2. Black Male Teachers needed. Do you know any Black Males who are seniors in high school who want to go to college out of state for FREE? The CALL ME MISTER program is offered by 4 historically black colleges in South Carolina – Benedict College, Chaflin University, Morris College and South Carolina State University – visit the www.callmemister.clemson.edu/index.html for details and the online application or call 1-800-640-2657
3. Harvard University is offering free tuition to families of HONOR STUDENTS if their income is less than $65,000 per year. Visit www.fao.fas.harvard.edu or call 617-495-1581.
4. Syracuse University School of Architecture is desperately seeking young women and men of color interested in pursuing a 5 year professional degree in Architecture. Contact: Mark Robbins, Dean School of Architecture, 201 Slocum Hall, Syracuse, NY 13244-1250, 315-443-1513 www.soa.syr.edu/.
5. APPLY NOW – If you know young adults between the ages of 18-31 with a High School Diploma. The Federal Aviation Association is accepting applications for Air Traffic Controller School, visit the website www.faa.gov/jobs/.
6. The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation, http://www.jkcf.org/, offers scholarships. See website for details. The undergraduate transfer scholarship offers $30,000 per year to community college students to complete their bachelor’s degrees at a four-year college or university. The Foundation’s graduate Art Award provides up to $50,000 to students or recent alumni with exceptional creativity and for up to three years at an accredited graduate school.