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North Carolina HBCU Offers LeBron “Bronny” James Jr Scholarship

North Carolina Central University goes fan-college for Bronny. Read More…

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Takeaways from the Black College Expo at Medgar Evers College

The HBCU Career Center crew spent a perfect fall day at the Black College Expo on the beautiful campus of Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, New York.   We had met the organizers of the Black College Expo at the HBCU Week Conference … Read More…

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Uptick In Girls and Black Kids Studying Computer Science in High School

It has been true for years that certain demographics, including women have long been underrepresented in STEM fields. This is true specifically in the Computer Science field. A new study is suggesting a change could be coming  because of a boost in the … Read More…

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