Black Brown & College Bound

In partnership with the College Depot, this is a virtual boot camp for high school students and community college students with the goal of moving students to a four-year college/university program.

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More about Black Brown and College Bound

The Black Brown and College Bound Boot Camp is an opportunity for students to get the tools and tips necessary to enter a four-year college or university. Workshop topics include everything from understanding and navigating the College Admission Process to college life expectations, financial aid and more. The Black, Brown and College Bound workshop is free and open to all.

2022 Program Details

Join us on Saturday, June 11, 2022 for the 2022 Black Brown and College Bound Virtual Boot Camp: Your Future Matters - Education and Training

Registration is free and open to all high school and college transfer students, parents and guardians.

College Students Table Talk: Conversations about your future

Hear strategies from current students on how to be successful in the college or university community. Moderated by Dr. Kira Gatewood, Assistant Dean of Students - Tempe, Arizona State University.

Finding Resources and Money for your College Degree

Hear from a panel of experts on guided steps to set yourself up for success and find scholarships.

Navigating the College Admissions Process

A parent's guide to successfully navigating the college admission process.

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2021 Presenters

2021 Event Sponsors

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Delta Beta Omega Chapter
Arizona Community Foundation
City of Phoenix
College Depot
The Leadership Consortium
The Links Incorporated, Phoenix Chapter
Mesa Community College
My Brother's Keeper Phoenix
Phoenix AKARAMA Foundation
Phoenix College
South Mountain Community College
Top Ladies of Distinction

Keynote Speaker - Dr. Stacia Wilson

Assistant Superintendent,

Tempe Union High School District

COVID Myths and Truths Presentation - Dr. Angela M. Allen, PhD, CRRN
Associate RN Clinical Research Program Director
Banner University Medical Center, Phoenix
Arizona State University

Challenges of Virtual Learning Presentation - Mrs. Nicole Collins
Residential Counseling Faculty,
Mesa Community College

Challenges of Virtual Learning Presentation - Mr. Martin Perez
Assistant Principal for Student Success
Carl Hayden High School

Creative Expression Presentation - ROC
Spoken Word Artist, Poet, Author and Small Business Owner