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Month: June 2019

Free Times Power List 2019

21. Roslyn Artis NEW Since taking over as president of Benedict College in 2017, Artis has made sweeping changes at Columbia’s most prominent historically black college. In an era when many schools are expanding enrollment in a desperate attempt to stay financially afloat, Artis has cut enrollment and raised admission standards to achieve the same …

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Visual Art Scholarships

Benedict College Communication & Art Department is offering $15,000.00 in scholarships to incoming freshmen who are majoring in Studio Art. Application to this award must include the submission of a portfolio of artworks, an inventory sheet, a written artist statement, and this completed application form. All scholarships are competitive and awarded on a yearly basis. …

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Transportation Careers Training Program (TCTP)

The primary purpose of the Transportation Careers Training Program (TCTP) is to prepare unemployed, underemployed, minorities, females, and other economically disadvantaged individuals for meaningful employment opportunities in the transportation industry. These opportunities may include employment on highway and bridge construction projects, in the commercial trucking or other sectors of the transportation industry. The secondary purpose …

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“You Can Lead: 30 Life Lessons to Empower the Leader Within”

Summer Meet and Greet Book Release Tour   Pre orders for Dorothy Buckhanan Wilson book “You Can Lead: 30 Life Lessons to Empower the Leader Within” are now being taken.  Join her for an unforgettable evening of learning, music and fun in selected cities. Tickets are available at DorothyBuckhananWilson.com/tour.  Come and bring others to this unique …

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2019 HBCU Digest Award Finalists

Saxton Nyle Keitt Named a 2019 HBCU Competitive Scholar by the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Washington, DC- June 13, 2019 – The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (Initiative) announced today the names of 44 students from 34 historically black colleges and universities (HBCU) selected as 2019 HBCU Competitiveness Scholars – the Initiative’s highest student recognition. Comprised of undergraduate, graduate, and professional students, Competitiveness Scholars are recognized …

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Benedict College’s First-Ever Graduate Program begins on July 1

Benedict College’s first ever graduate program begins on July 1

Jumpstart Your Business with our Business Development Center

Need assistance starting your business or growing your customer base? We can help. Apply TODAY to take advantage of our Incubator Program!

Benedict College Center for the 2019 Cybersecurity Summer Camp is underway!

The cyber camp runs from June 10, 2019, through June 28, 2019. Middle and high school students will participate in various learning and skill development activities that include coding, programming, ethical hacking, math, soft skill enhancements, online safety, app development, Cybersecurity awareness, and career development. For more information, contact: Leon.Geter@Benedict.edu #TheBESTofBC

SC Business Collaborative for Women-owned Businesses presents Scaling UP

A one-day event for women-owned-startups to learn about what it takes to start/grow your business, how to develop an action plan for your business and one-on-one meetings with local resources that can help you with your marketing and sales strategy, business certifications, business finance and more.

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