History of 100 black men
100 Black men of Chicago is hosting their 15th annual scholarship fair. 100 black men began in New York in 1963. A group of African American men met to discuss ways to improve their communities. Over time the organization grew over 116 chapters. More than 25,000 men continue to explore ways to improve their communities. Furthermore, throughout Chicago, 100 Black men of Chicago pair youth with successful and accomplished African Americans. Therefore, they offer a curriculum based Mentoring Program, an annual college fair, community health and wellness programs. Also, personal finance and etiquette workshops, field trips to cultural, technology, and sporting events, and community service event planning.
Annual Scholarship Fair
The 100 Black Men of Chicago mission is to improve the quality of life within African American communities, and enhance educational and economic opportunities for all African American youth. Saturday, October 7, 2017, the 15th annual scholarship fair is scheduled to take place from 9:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. University of Illinois at Chicago Pavilion, located at 525 S. Racine Avenue in Chicago, IL. This is a free event. However, there is a requirement to register for students.
In addition, if you are planning to attend the 15th Annual Scholarship Fair, book with Fellowship Fleet Limousine and Bus Company.
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