WHO ARE WE?
We are a nonprofit dedicated to eradicating barriers that impede Black College Students from holistic well-being, academic success, social and spiritual flourishing.
WHAT WE DO?
We advocate for Black College Students by educating on the unique disparities they face on campus. We use the revenue from content creation. technical assistance, and consulting to remove practical barriers and crises that undermine their success through our Student Transition & Crisis Relief fund.
WHY WE DO IT?
Students with marginalized identities are more likely to achieve academic success when they feel a positive sense of community, self, and purpose.
By responding to unexpected crises that threaten enrollment, employment, and academic success, we can infuse their stories and lives with a message of hope.
HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?
JOIN OUR MENTOR NETWORK
Each mentor is provided with up to date, evidence-based, trauma-informed mentor training. Mentors commit to mentoring a student for a minimum of one year incorporating check-ins that total at least 10 hours per semester.
WE PARTNER WITH ORGANIZATIONS THAT WANT STUDENTS WITH MARGINALIZED IDENTITIES TO THRIVE.
Our aim at Sub:Culture is to reinforce the wheel, not reinvent it. For this reason, we value collaboration and partnerships with other organizations and initiatives invested in the unique needs and challenges of marginalized students.
WE EQUIP & EDUCATE ORGANIZATIONS TO SERVE & ADVOCATE FOR BLACK COLLEGE STUDENTS.
The road blocks facing our clients are most commonly related to access, education, effectiveness, and approach. Sub:Culture Inc. provides technical assistance to help our clients more effectively and authentically engage Black Students.