UMOJA is designed to increase academic success among all students at Norco College with an emphasis on the African-American population. A major key to student success is through fostering a sense of community. Through the linking of academic, social, and cultural offerings, the program UMOJA aims to promote student success as well as to develop leadership skills in its members.
Umoja-Project Success is a program designed to increase the retention rate and to improve the academic performance of students who meet the Umoja-Project Success admission criteria.
Since Jack and Jill of America, Inc., was founded in 1938, it has evolved into a strong national organization as a result of strong programming. Our founder, Marion Stubbs Thomas, had a simple idea of bringing together children in social and cultural relationships, and this idea avalanched into a strong national organization.
The intent of BCCUSA is to provide access to African American students and others who would appreciate and benefit from learning the African Diaspora viewpoint. The commonality among these students will be an academic competitive spirit and the desire to attain an advanced education.
Whereas we, Black Fire Fighters, aware of the increasing complexity of our problems and those of our Brothers and Sisters within the community, feel called upon to form an organization for the purpose of studying and solving such problems; in order to take our place in the vanguard of civilization, we hereby form ourselves into an organization for the purpose of cultivating and maintaining professional competence among fire fighters, and establishment of unity, also keeping alive the interest among retired members for the avowed purpose of improving the social status of our RACE, and increasing professional efficiency.
At the Mental Health Urgent Care (MHUC) program in Perris, CA, we are here to help you find relief from distress and assist you in maintaining stability in your life.
The mission of the National Black Association for Speech-Language and Hearing is to maintain a viable mechanism through which the needs of black professionals, students and individuals with communication disorders can be met.
The Umoja Scholars Program is a learning community at Ohlone College. We combine academic learning with counseling, social support, and opportunities for cultural exploration. This program is designed for students of African ancestry, to promote their success, yet ALL STUDENTS ARE WELCOME.
Buying or selling a home is a big decision. You want to feel comfortable with your agent. Realtors who look like us and have similar cultures help bring a sense of trust to the buying and selling process. Unlike the competition, we are a 100% black-owned brokerage and we partner with other top brokerages and black real estate agents in every city. If you're buying, they know the neighborhood, from our perspective, so they will better understand your requirements to ensure you find a home in the perfect location. If you're selling a home, proven and trustworthy agents will negotiate to ensure that you get the best price for your property.
Sierra's Umoja Learning Community�is open to all�students but specifically designed to increase the retention and success rates as well as the graduation and transfer rates of African ancestry students.
Umoja, a Kiswahili word meaning unity, is a year-long learning community dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational experiences of African American and other students. We actively serve and promote student success through a curriculum focused on the legacy of the African and African American diasporas.
NOBCChE is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to assisting black and other minority students and professionals in fully realizing their potential in academic, professional, and entrepreneurial pursuits in chemistry, chemical engineering, and allied fields.
Umoja, a Kiswahili word meaning unity, is a statewide program and community. The Umoja community actively serves and promotes success for all students through a curriculum responsive to the legacy of the African and African American Diasporas.
Umoja (a Kiswahili word meaning unity) is a learning community dedicated to the academic success, personal growth, and self-actualization of African-American and other students. All Umoja values and practices are inspired by African and African-American intellectual, cultural, and spiritual gifts. The mission of Umoja at MSJC is to support the persistence and retention of all students toward defined educational goals, transfer, certificate, and associate degree while fostering self-efficacy among these students as well.
Umoja (a Kiswahili word meaning unity) is a community and critical resource dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational experiences of African-American and other students.
UMOJA actively serves and promotes student success for all students through a curriculum and pedagogy responsive to the legacy of the African and African American Diasporas
Through a group of educators and community allies, the Santa Ana College U2 Schol?ars Program provides essential educational resources and services, to foster the personal, professional, and academic success of Black/African American students.?
Founded in 1970, the <strong>Black Business Association (BBA)</strong>, headquartered in Los Angeles, the oldest active ethnic business organization in the state of California, has been committed to ensuring that African American and other diverse business owners benefit from our advocacy efforts to impact, improve and implement policy that improves access to contracting and procurement opportunities with the public and private sector, in addition to providing access to financial resources. The BBA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
The National Economic Association (NEA) was founded in 1969 as the Caucus of Black Economists to promote the professional lives of minorities within the profession. In addition to continuing its founding mission, the organization is particularly interested in producing and distributing knowledge of economic issues that are of exceptional interest to promoting economic growth among native and immigrant African Americans, Latinos, and other people of color.
Black Women in Science and Engineering was founded in 2015 with the purpose to support underrepresented women in bridging the leadership gap through networking, mentorship and career development.
To develop methods of improving the image of narcotic law enforcement as a viable career choice among members of the minority community, and to assist such law enforcement agencies in the recruitment of minority persons as employees…
The Umoja-UBAKA Program at Laney is designed to promote academic success for African American community college students through classes, tutoring, workshops, community building, study spaces, and mentoring. We are open to all Laney students. The Umoja Program gives you access to culturally relevant classes that are transferable, academic support, college admissions preparation, community engagement, mentoring, and a supportive academic community!
Umoja is a community of educators and learners committed to academic success, personal growth, and self-actualization of African American and other students. The Umoja Community seeks to educate the whole student body, mind and spirit. Informed by an ethic of love and its vital power, the Umoja Community will deliberately engage students as full participants in the construction of knowledge and critical thought.
The Archives Library Information Center (ALIC) is more than a traditional library. Recognizing that our customers no longer expect to work within the walls of a library, these pages are designed to provide NARA staff and researchers nationwide with convenient access to content beyond the physical holdings of our traditional library.
The National Organization of Blacks in Dietetics and Nutrition (NOBIDAN) is a professional organization of African-American dietetic and nutrition practitioners whose mission is to provide a forum for professional development and support of dietetic, optimal nutrition and well-being for the general public, particularly those of African descent. NOBIDAN has served members for over 50 years as a networking group. In 2008, NOBIDAN became the fourth Member Interest Group of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
The National Association of Black Social Workers, Inc., comprised of people of African ancestry, is committed to enhancing the quality of life and empowering people of African ancestry through advocacy, human services delivery, and research.
NABPT is a nonprofit organization with the primary focus of increasing opportunities for the African Diaspora in physical therapy. This association will support the provision of culturally competent health care services in all communities. NABPT’s mission is to provide opportunities for increased visibility, networking, community service, advocacy, career development, and mentorship for Black physical therapists and physical therapist assistants.