POY STEM HBCU Tour 2010

The Preparing Our Youth Science Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Tour exposed students from High Point and Greensboro, North Carolina to enrollment criteria and student life on campus while allowing them to the engage in enrichment activities that showcased their public speaking and writing abilities. Students interfaced with College Presidents at Johnson C. Smith (Dr. Ron Carter) and Virginia Union University (Dr. Claude Perkins). Schools visited in addition to the aforementioned were North Carolina A & T State University, Virginia State University, Virginia Union University, Howard University, Coppin State University, and Morgan State University. The students also visited the City Hall and Council Chambers in Richmond Va, the Schomburg Museum, toured Harlem, NY, toured the National Urban League Headquarters on Wall Street and appeared on BET’s 106 and Park (live show featuring Fabolous and Red Cafe debut (I’m Ill) 2011 Tour is even more exciting visit www.poyfs.org This video was created by filmmaker Lexx Truss of Tru Truss Entertainment and Southern Gentlemen Films, Inc. Even more special this filmmaker is a senior in High School in High Point, NC.
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ASBC HBCU Festival 2011 – Pictorial

HBCU Festival The enclosed pictures are from the ASBC HBCU College Festival. The event is hosted by Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, VA. Rev. Dr. Howard John Wesley is Pastor. Vance F. Davis is the Founder/Chairperson of this HBCU recruiting event. Special guest speakers includes Alexandria, VA Mayor William Euille, former NFL player Timmy Newsome, and other distinguished personalities. The festival is held at TC Williams High School in Alexandria Virginia. This is an annual nationally recognized event attended by students and parents from all over the country.

Big Apple Classic 2011 by HBCU Buzz Inc. – Madison Square Garden

Video by Nick Beaugard hbcubuzz.com HBCU Buzz Inc. Featuring the classic rivals of the HU’s — Hampton University and Howard University, and the southern classic battle between two of the country’s top Division II schools, Virginia State University and Virginia Union University, The Big Apple Classic is a rivalry equal to that of the NY Knicks and the Boston Celtics. Launched in 2006, the Big Apple Classic is a fierce and unique competition as four rival Historically Black Colleges and Universities let the battles unfold on the court of the legendary Madison Square Garden in New York City.
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