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‘To &Through’ Seminars & Workshops:


‘To &Through’ Seminars & Workshops:

Black Student Survival Guide Series


Free monthly seminars include topics such as: study skills, time management, securing internships anD scholarships, resume building, financial planning, sexual health, self-defense, the principles of social and emotional well being, and more.

College Prep & Admission Workshops

For rising seniors. College application assistance workshops are available for free. These sessions will cover the personal statement for the common application (selecting a topic, writing the essay, and receiving a detailed critique and edit of student essays), as well as putting together a resume and practicing for college interviews. Sessions will each be 2 hours in length. 

Mentoring & Completion Programs

Mentoring & Completion Programs

Sub:Culture Fellows Program


Sub:Culture Fellows Program targets students who have the drive to graduate from college, but are at risk of falling short because of limited financial resources or unreliable support networks.

The Sub:Culture Fellows Program provides college scholarships, mentorship, mental health supports, and a diverse, credible, and robust support network to first and second year college students.
Each semester, we will award $1,500 scholarships, living expenses stipend, and $750 textbook awards to 5-15 fellows for two years. As long as our fellows remain enrolled in and in good standing (at least a 2.5 G.P.A.) at a community college or four-year college or university, attend the required mentor check-ins, cohort gatherings, and complete their annual report–some awards are renewable for two more years.  

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Homegoing Trips are designed to take Black students to places in Africa where they can engage and learn more about the land, culture, and history of that location. Trips will be to different locations with an emphasis on that area. A Black-led trip, leaders are trained in facilitating space to help students unpack the effects of cultural immersion on their personal identity. opportunities to connect with local families, food, and customs, we believe students will come home to themselves and come back to make positive, restorative changes on their campuses and in society. 

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