The Malcolm Bernard Career and College Prep program (MBCCP), which is dedicated to creating greater access to college, will host its inaugural college tour on Thursday, August 27, 2020 from 12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m. All New Jersey students from 10th and 12th grade, and community college students, are invited to register. The”Virtual HBCU Connection” will provide access to several dynamic Historically Black Colleges and Universities including opportunities to engage dynamic, progressive Mid-Atlantic HBCUs; visit campuses remotely; obtain admissions, financial aid, and scholarship information; learn about accommodations due to Coronavirus; and receive information about transfer programs.
Register to attend at no charge by visiting http://hbcu-cfnj.com/events.
In 2019 the Malcolm Bernard Career and College Prep program was initiated to create greater access to college for diverse students. College readiness workshops, forums and activities were designed to increase the level of understanding of the tools and skills necessary to pursue a college degree for students, parents and guardians. A major goal of this program is for students to apply to colleges, get accepted and graduate with a minimal amount of student debt. The program emphasizes financial literacy, college search, application process, career exploration and life skills.
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