Black College Expo Volunteering
Time & Location
About the Event
Join us for our 21st Annual Los Angeles Black College Expo Saturday February 1, 2020 at Los Angeles Convention Center. High School Seniors and Juniors and College Transfer Students meet one on one with top HBCUs and a variety of other colleges and universities and get answers right on the spot.Get Educational Resources... EVERYONE is Welcome...it’s for Students of ALL Ages...Plus...
- Get Accepted to a college on the SPOT, students bring your transcripts and ACT or SAT test scores (High School Juniors & Seniors)
- College Transfer Students this is a great opportunity for you to get accepted on the spot! Bring your transcripts from all colleges that you have attended (Just bring your transcripts to all colleges attended)
- Scholarships on the SPOT (a mininum of $5 million in scholarships)
- Applications fees waived (save hundreds of dollars in college application fees)
- Jobs…Internship Opportunities..Meet with companies about jobs, internships and careers
- Prom Pavilion -Free Prom Dress Giveaway & Fashion Show
Black College Expo™ is from 9am to 3pm and the After Show from 3pm to 5pm, featuring a Step Show, “Dance Off” for Cash hosted by celebrity guests. Meet BET’s The Westbrooks, Recording Artists, Plus a Special Educational Presentation by TV's Love and Hip Hop Hollywood's artist/actress YoYo. Plus, book scholarships given on site to College Students and Money too! Everyone has the opportunity to win CASH and prizes!!!
Your admission serves as a donation to our program, where we help underserved and underrepresented students, including homeless and foster students, with free services and resources to college, careers and beyond!
College Students bring your College ID for FREE admission.
For more information call us 877-427-4100 or visit our website www.thecollegeexpo.org Tickets are $10 at the door
National College Resources Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with the mission to curtail high school dropout rate and increase degree and/or certificate enrollment among underserved and underrepresented students.