Malcolm Bernard 21st Annual Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) Fair Week • SAT. NOV 16, 2019 – FRI. NOV 22, 2019 • DRAFT for Other Cities…

The Malcolm Bernard Historically Black Colleges and Universities College Fair is a non-profit, volunteer organization that partners with community and state agencies to introduce a multitude of students, eager to learn about higher education opportunities, to college admissions representatives from the campuses of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Throughout New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia, The Malcolm Bernard HBCU College Fair strives to be recognized by students, parents, legislatures, community leaders and educators as one of the premier events of its nature.

“Since 1999 the organization founded by my late husband, Malcolm, has partnered with community groups and state agencies to introduce nearly 200,000 diverse students to Historically Black Colleges and Universities to help students reach their higher education goals”, says Barbara Bernard – Executive Director. The Malcolm Bernard HBCU College Fair began as a family-based company and continues its growth today, maintaining the values and caring spirit exemplified by Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

 

OUR MISSION

  • To enlighten diverse students, parents/guardians, and counselors about the value of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
  • To provide Historically Black Colleges and Universities a large pool of quality candidates, operating in a manner supportive of the role that HBCUs play in the educational system of the United States of America and throughout the world.
  • To promote programs and services which enhance the education of underserved students and provide scholarships to deserving individuals.

OUR MILESTONES

  • 2018NOV
    20TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONCelebrating 20th anniversary of community service and education advocacy

  • 2017NOV
    CONTINUED GROWTHMoved forward with continued growth reaching 12,000 students with 7 fairs in 6 days.

  • 2008NOV
    10TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONGrowth to 44 HBCUs with 7 fairs in 7 days over NY-NJ-PA tri-state region with 10,000 students.

  • 2003NOV
    MANY NEW PARTNERSHIPSNJ Department of Education, School District of Philadelphia, and community groups.

  • 2000NOV
    23 HBCU ADMISSIONS PROFESSIONALSTraveled to NJ community college sites with 2000 students participating at 4 sites.

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