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Become a Local Organizer for The HBCU Foundation!

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The HBCU Foundation is interested in event hosts who are passionate about HBCUs, as well as promoting diversity and HBCU alumni giving within their workplace.

Our live events offer an opportunity to convene locally to share ideas, learn from one another, and collaborate on projects for real-world, social impact.

Does this sound like you? Then apply to become an HBCU Foundation Organizer.

  1. I'm excited about gathering people to discuss and promote HBCUs, Diversity and access to The Arts and Education..
  2. I have strong roots in my community (or would like to establish them).
  3. I have one to two hours each week that I can devote to organizing an event.
  4. I have a computer, Internet access, and computer skills.
  5. I have event-planning skills and resources.
  6. I love to network and connect people.

Learn more about The HBCU Foundation and apply to become a local organizer.

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About HBCU Foundation, Inc.


750 Cross Pointe Rd., Suite Q, Columbus, OH 43230, US

Mission Statement

The HBCU Foundation is a Federally-recognized 501(c)(3) organization, whose aim is to raise much-needed scholarship dollars in support of deserving students attending our nation's Historically Black Colleges and Universities.


The HBCU Foundation plays a critical role in enabling deserving students to attend college each year and gain access to internship and career opportunities by:

  • Facilitating access to internships and career opportunities targeted specifically to students and alumni of our 102 member institutions
  • Facilitating student access to mentorship
  • Providing financial support to our 102 member institutions
  • Providing college readiness and early-access programs to high school students and families
  • Advocating at national events on behalf of HBCUs

HBCU institutions educate nearly 300,000 students each year at tuitions averaging 30 percent less than those charged by non-HBCU institutions. The HBCU Foundation's programs and scholarships increase the likelihood that students will enter, as well as graduate from college.


Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Children & Youth, Education & Literacy, Faith-Based


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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Social Media / Blogging
  • Fundraising
  • CSR / Volunteer Coordination
  • Community Outreach




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • The time commitment varies for this role depending upon the activities planned by the Volunteer. Ideally, a volunteer can commit to between 4 - 16 hours per month/
  • Punctuality, Collaboration and Communication are key.

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