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.
AAAED, a 501c6 membership organization, is the oldest operating association of professionals in the Equal Opportunity profession and is a leader in Equal Opportunity, affirmative action and diversity training and advocacy for professionals in higher education, private industry and government.
Over the years, AABHE has been involved in numerous initiatives such as addressing the pipeline of Black faculty and staff in higher education, bringing issues pertinent to Black faculty and staff to the attention of the larger academic community and recognizing Black American achievements and accomplishments to higher education.
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.
Our Umoja program offers supported english classes that are made to fully support students inside and outside of the classroom; each class features a tutor and supportive faculty who teach from an Afro-centric perspective and have extensive office hours to offer students multiple ways to stay engaged and succeed! In addition, Our program is a part of the Equity department at Santa Barbara City College; and much like the Center for Equity and Social Justice, also features a multitude of programming and events that are designed to further develop students academically, mentally, and professionally.
The National Black Coalition Federal Aviation Employees was founded to provide support and advocacy for African American and minority employees against any type of discrimination in the agency. Affectionately known as NBCFAE, it is the largest employee organization of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and is comprised of over 1,000 members in regions and chapters around the world.
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iAAMCS utilize resources from nationally recognized programs and projects, including mentoring strategies from past National Science Foundation Broadening Participation in Computing (BPC) Alliances and Demonstration Projects, the Collaborative Research Experience for Undergraduates (CREU), and the Distributed Research Experiences for Undergraduates (DREU).
To serve as a national voice for Black Contractor Association chapters across America and to address the needs of African Americans in construction, women and other under-represented contractors. It is our mission to provide leadership on the national and state level for African American contractors who are builders and laborers who historically have not received a fair share of public and private contracting opportunities. We are dedicated to providing professional development opportunities, information and trends in the industry, and programs and services all from the perspective of Black contractors and our growth in the industry.
The National Association of Real Estate Brokers, (NAREB), is a Real Estate Professional trade organization. We have local chapters across the country who embrace our ideals and mission of “promoting democracy in housing”. While our name suggests an organization of Real Estate Brokers, it is a professional real estate organization which includes membership from multiple disciplines in the real estate industry. We welcome professionals in all areas of real estate to join us and help promote our mission.
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…
LBCC is a two-year community college that encompasses state of the art, technology-rich learning environments, a broad range of academic and career technical instructional programs, strong community partnerships, and economic and workforce development initiatives that prepare students to be successful in the 21st century.
The Black Collegians Program/Umoja Community at SMC is designed to assist students of African descent in transferring to four-year universities and obtaining their Associate degree. We offer services to help you become academically competitive and to set personal goals. Black Collegians program staff and counselors provide a constant source of encouragement to our students and work with you to ensure that your needs are met. The Black Collegians Program is a program within the statewide Umoja Community. As a recognized program within the Umoja Community, we abide by the mission and the educational philosophy of the Community and we share strategies and goals with other Umoja Community programs at the various California Community Colleges statewide.
The ABS Executive Committee and membership encourage and promote diversity and inclusion in our organization, in academia, and in the broader community by demonstrating respect for each other and the contributions that each of us can make.
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.
The Umoja Scholars Program at East Los Angeles College is a two-semester learning community open to all students but specifically designed to assist African American and Black students in transferring to four-year colleges and universities and earning their degrees.
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.
The Moreno Valley College Umoja Community is dedicated to increase the number of educationally underserved students who enroll in our college, transfer to a four-year colleges or university, and return to the community as leaders and mentors for future generations. We also take a proactive approach to reaching and serving African American males,and other at-risk students in higher education.
Umoja is a Kiswahili word meaning unity. The Umoja program is an academic learning community and resource dedicated to enhancing the cultural and educational experiences of African American students and others. Umoja advances academic excellence, community building, and student leadership as its program goals.
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!
As a professional organization, NASP serves as a resource for the minority community at large and for the minority professionals within the securities and investments industry by providing opportunities to share information about the securities markets, including functioning as a repository for information regarding current trends, facilitating fundamental educational seminars, and creating networking opportunities.
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.
The Umoja Community at San Diego City College is a program designed to assist African American and other historically underrepresented students who desire to transfer to four-year colleges and universities, and earn their degrees. Course materials, discussions, and activities focus on African-American culture, literature, and experiences. Through Umoja, students can prepare for transfer while taking culturally relevant coursework and participate in enriching activities with students who share similar goals.
The Black Collegians Program/Umoja Community at SMC is designed to assist students of African descent in transferring to four-year universities and obtaining their Associate degree. We offer services to help you become academically competitive and to set personal goals. Black Collegians program staff and counselors provide a constant source of encouragement to our students and work with you to ensure that your needs are met.
Since its founding in 1998, the National Black Public Relations Society (NBPRS) has served as an advocate for black professionals in public relations, media relations, corporate communications, investor relations, government affairs, community relations, and related fields.
Founded in 1970, the Black Business Association (BBA), 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.
BLACK ENTERPRISE is the premier business, investing, and wealth-building resource for African Americans. Since 1970, BLACK ENTERPRISE has provided essential business information and advice to professionals, corporate executives, entrepreneurs, and decision makers.