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NBA Foundation Retweeted ·  
Watch today's HBCU Virtual Roundtable as Oris Stuart discusses the challenges facing HBCU students and the importance of supporting the HBCU community with Cynt Marshall, Dr. Wayne Frederick, Dr. Harry Williams, Dr. Glenda Glover and Robert Covington. twitter.com/i/broadcasts/1…
 
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.@trailblazers Forward and @TSUedu alum Robert Covington (@Holla_At_Rob33) on the transformational power of HBCUs on the lives of young people.

Tune in to today's HBCU Virtual Roundtable at 3:00 PM ET on @NBA
 
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.@TSUedu President Dr. Glenda Glover on the NBA family’s longstanding commitment to justice, equity, and diversity

Tune in to today's HBCU Virtual Roundtable at 3:00 PM ET on @NBA
 
NBA Foundation Retweeted ·  
“150+ years of discriminatory practices. Underfunding. Diverted funding from HBCUs to other institutions.” - @TSUedu President Dr. Glenda Glover on the systemic challenges facing the HBCU community for generations.

Tune in to today's HBCU Virtual Roundtable at 3PM ET on @NBA
 
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“This is a game changer for our students.” - @TMCF_HBCU President and CEO @DrHLWilliams on the impact of the NBA family’s commitment to the HBCU community

Tune in to today's HBCU Virtual Roundtable at 3:00 PM ET on @NBA
 
“This fellowship will open doors that aren’t always open.” - @dallasmavs CEO @cyntmarshall on the impact of the NBA’s new HBCU fellowship program, launching in 2022 (LINK?)

Tune in to today's HBCU Virtual Roundtable at 3:00 PM ET on @NBA
 
NBA Foundation Retweeted ·  
.@trailblazers Forward and @TSUedu alum Robert Covington (@Holla_At_Rob33) on why it’s so important to support #HBCU students and institutions.

Tune in to today's HBCU Virtual Roundtable at 3:00 PM ET on @NBA
 
NBA Foundation Retweeted ·  
.@HowardU President Dr. Wayne Frederick (@HUPrez17) on the power of the NBA family’s commitment to the HBCU community.

Tune in to today's HBCU Virtual Roundtable at 3:00 PM ET on @NBA
 
NBA Foundation Retweeted ·  
“We have students fighting every day to pay their bills, fighting every day to graduate.” - @TMCF_HBCU President and CEO @DrHLWilliams on the challenges facing HBCU students

Tune in to today's HBCU Virtual Roundtable at 3:00 PM ET on @NBA
 
“These students have a lot to offer. Let them tell their story. They just need a platform.” - @HowardU President Dr. Wayne Frederick (@HUPrez17) on empowering and engaging HBCU students.

Tune in to today's HBCU Virtual Roundtable at 3:00 PM ET on @NBA
 
NBA Foundation Retweeted ·  
.@dallasmavs CEO @cyntmarshall on the impact of the team’s partnership with HBCU Paul Quinn College, including the innovative “Mavs Major” program

Tune in to today's HBCU Virtual Roundtable at 3:00 PM ET on @NBA
 
NBA Foundation Retweeted ·  
"Not too many people from HBCUs get the opportunity to have a successful NBA career. Just because you go to a smaller school, doesn’t mean you can’t make it. You gotta believe in yourself.” @trailblazers Forward & @TSUedu alum Robert Covington

HBCU Virtual Roundtable 3pm/et @NBA
 
NBA Foundation Retweeted ·  
Tune in to today's HBCU Virtual Roundtable at 3:00 PM ET on @NBA as Oris Stuart discusses the challenges facing HBCU students and the importance of supporting the HBCU community with Cynt Marshall, Dr. Wayne Frederick, Dr. Harry Williams, Dr. Glenda Glover and Robert Covington.
 
We are excited to announce the @NBA HBCU Fellowship!

Launching in 2022, the NBA and its teams will offer a new paid fellowship program for HBCU undergraduate and graduate students.

Want to learn more? nbafoundation.nba.com/hbcu-fellowshi…
 
 
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The NBA today announced an extension of its ongoing commitment to HBCUs with new programs designed to create greater opportunity for students and alumni, encourage economic advancement and further celebrate their rich traditions.

A THREAD ⤵️
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @YouthForceNOLA

An education, business and civic collaborative that builds bridges between school and work through its network of partner schools, employers, training providers, and community organizations.

Learn more: youthforcenola.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @detroitatwork

Maximizing impact and add value to Detroit residents and employers by providing quality services, connecting them via ‘Detroit at Work’ to resources and the support needed to thrive.

Learn more: detroitatwork.com
 
"We’re really working to leverage students love of basketball and the NBA to teach STEM skills on a video and analytics platform used by every @NBA and @WNBA team."

Learn more about the @WeAreTeamInc mission from Founder Anwar McQueen.

🔗 app.link.nba.com/e/TEAMinc
 
"We’re able to put them in a place where they’re able to take care of themselves, take care of their families, build wealth and build a career."

Learn more about the @hopeworkscamden mission from Executive Director Dan Rhoton.

🔗app.link.nba.com/e/hopeworks
 
“Locally, we want to have a city where every young adult has the chance to experience social mobility.”

Learn more about The Collective Blueprint from Cofounder & CEO, Sarah Lockridge-Steckel.

🔗: app.link.nba.com/e/CBlueprint
 
NBA Foundation Retweeted ·  
🏀 The @NBAFoundation spotlights CodeCrew! Learn more about our mission and goals from our CEO, @Mekaeg, here! #gritgrindcode cdcrw.us/NBACC

@NBA
NBA Foundation grantee spotlight: CodeCrew
nba.com
 
In the first of a series of four spotlights on our grant recipients, learn more about @_CodeCrew's mission from Executive Director, Meka Egwuekwe (@Mekaeg).

🔗: app.link.nba.com/e/CodeCrew
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @saoic

Summit Academy OIC is recognized as a regional leader in workforce development, educational services and policy innovation, believing that the best social service program in the world is a job.

Learn more: saoic.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @HiddenGeniusPro

Training and mentoring Black male youth in technology creation, entrepreneurship and leadership skills to transform their lives and communities.

Learn more: hiddengeniusproject.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @JTBAPO

Just the Beginning – A Pipeline Organization encourages students of color and from other underrepresented groups to pursue career and leadership opportunities in the law.

Learn more: jtb.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @Sannehfdn

Serves the holistic youth development needs of the increasingly diverse Twin Cities metro area by empowering youth, supporting and promoting educational attainment through in-school and after-school support.

Learn more: thesannehfoundation.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @WHEDcoSpeaks

Bridging access to resources that create thriving neighborhoods – from high-quality early education and after-school programs to fresh and healthy food, cultural programming and economic opportunity.

Learn more: whedco.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @TeenEmpowerment

Inspiring young people to think deeply about difficult social problems and providing tools and skills to help them use their voices to catalyze significant positive change.

Learn more: teenempowerment.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @SphinxOrg

Transforming lives through the power of diversity in the arts, focused on fulfilling that mission through artist & ensemble development, music education & by creating opportunities to support diverse talent.

Learn more: sphinxmusic.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @SEOScholarsNYC

Creating a more equitable society by closing the academic and career opportunity gaps for motivated young people from historically excluded communities.

Learn more: seo-usa.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @RRCO1980

Preventing involvement in the juvenile justice system, intervening and guiding youth by assisting them with positive decision-making, and coaching youth through their transition into adulthood.

Learn more: runningrebels.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @summerlearning

Combating summer learning loss and closing the achievement and opportunity gaps which grows most dramatically between lower and higher income students over the summer months.

Learn more: summerlearning.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @newdoorventures

Preparing Bay Area transition-age youth for work & life by providing the jobs, training, education and support to discover and achieve their potential, and successfully transition to independent adulthood.

More: newdoor.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @iMentor

iMentor builds mentoring relationships that empower first-generation students to graduate high school, succeed in college, and achieve their career ambitions.

Learn more: imentor.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @hopeworkscamden

Connecting youth to life-changing opportunities where their growing technology skills are utilized for enterprising businesses within the community.

Learn more: hopeworks.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @EqualOppSchools

Ensuring that low-income and students of color have equitable access to America’s most academically intense high school programs and succeed at the highest levels.

Learn more: eoschools.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @dcck

Preparing thousands of daily meals while empowering opportunity youth and adults with histories of incarceration, homelessness, addiction, and trauma to embark on meaningful culinary careers.

Learn more: dccentralkitchen.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @CollegePossible

Making college admission and success possible for students from low-income backgrounds through an intensive curriculum of coaching and support.

Learn more: collegepossible.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @BGirlVentures

Providing Black & Brown women-identifying founders with access to community, capital & capacity-building in order to meet business milestones that lead to economic advancement through entrepreneurship.

Learn more: blackgirlventures.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @bgcsem

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan offer world-class programming which enables youth to become career, start-up and homeowner ready.

Learn more: bgcsm.org
 
NBA Foundation Grantee: @AllStarCode

A nonprofit computer science organization founded in 2013, dedicated to building a sustainable talent pipeline of young men of color ready to enter, thrive and lead in the technology industry.

Learn more: allstarcode.org
 
NBA Foundation executive director Greg Taylor says there's a lot more work to do, but emphasizes positive strides in its inaugural first year.

Learn More: app.link.nba.com/e/foundationqa
 
As part of its one-year anniversary, the NBA Foundation announced 22 new grants totaling $6 million today to help create employment opportunities, further career advancement and drive greater economic empowerment for Black youth.

Visit nbafoundation.com to learn more!
 
 
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