You are cordially invited to the National Black College Alliance’s 10 Year Anniversary Celebration & Reunion “Giving Youth Mentors & The Opportunity To Dream” held this Saturday, August 8 at Hibernian Hall (184 Dudley Street, Roxbury)
6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Celebrate 10 Years with one of Boston’s Leading Black Community Non-Profits Mentoring Youth to Become the Next Generation of Civic Leaders along with Executive Director & Founder (and Fab! Fav) George “Chip” Greenidge, Jr., Board of Directors, Advisory Board, alumni and college students, and the countless mentors and volunteers over the years!
They will honor numerous alumni mentors and volunteers for their tireless efforts with the organization over the years including:
You may also purchase tickets at the following establishments:
Poppa B’s Restaurant (1100 Blue Hill Avenue, Dorchester)
Nubian Notions (57 Warren Street, Dudley Square, Roxbury)
The National Black College Alliance (NBCA) is a network of alumni, college students, and community members who are committed to mentoring the next generation of community leaders. The NBCA encourages community volunteerism, career exploration, and college education to high school students, college students, and young professionals while promoting Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Through their countless programs, mentor and volunteer opportunities, and community outreach initiatives, the NBCA has helped 10,000 College and High school students with information on college preparation, career exploration and community service programs.