100 Black Men of America, Inc.has partnered with Wells Fargo to launch its Sophomore Leaders Conference & Summer Program!
Forward this email and encourage Sophomore students who are Collegiate 100 members, friends and/or family to apply today!
§ Select 100 Black Men of America from the “Organization Affiliation” drop-down menu when applying online!
The program providesa paid internship for up to 10 weeks and provides Sophomores an opportunity to interact with a variety of Wells Fargo team members, including senior leaders and financial analysts from across the country, while increasing their understanding of financial services.
- · A select group of diverse, high-achieving students will be invited to participate.
- · All travel expenses, including airfare, hotel accommodations, meals, and other transportation will be paid by Wells Fargo.
IMPORTANT PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS:
Application Deadline: October 31, 2014 – 12:00 Noon (Eastern Time)
Online Application Required: https://www.wfwuevents.com/
Target Audience: College Sophomores
(All majors welcome, including undeclared majors.)
For additional program information, view the attachments and please visit www.wellsfargo.com/sophomore
For further information, please contact Aaron Jackson: firstname.lastname@example.org
On Saturday, July 27, 2013, the 100 Black Men of Metropolitan New Orleans volunteered in the Speak Up and Speak Out, Inc.’s School Supply Give-Away at Walter Cohen High School.
The 100 Black Men of Metropolitan New Orleans served as volunteers at the Feed the Homeless Project organized by the Tres Chic Ladies Society, Saturday, July 13, 2013.
On June 19, 2013, the 100 Black Men of Metropolitan New Orleans participated in the Juneteenth Activities Program held at the Louisiana Children’s Museum.
Cruise down the famous Mississippi River and drift under a Cajun Moon listening to the smooth grooves of New Orleans Jazz or dancing to the electric dj mix. Experience New Orleans’ glorious past and present– the delectable cuisine and alluring culture, while traveling on the majestic Natchez Riverboat. This is partying with a purpose. Proceeds from this event greatly benefit the signature Mentoring/Scholarship Programs of the 100 Black Men of Metro New Orleans: The “Mentoring the 100 Way,” a holistic program that addresses the social, emotional and cultural needs of children ages 8-18. The 100’s Education Initiative, which delivers educational support services and unique learning opportunities to assist youth in achieving educational goals and pursuits. The Annual Scholarship Program which identifies potential youth leaders in the local community and motivates youth to achieve academic and render community service excellence.
If you have not yet done so please register for our 27th Annual Conference:
On Sunday, July 29, 2012, the 100 Black Men of Metro New Orleans, Inc. hosted our annual Family and Friends Picnic.
This year we served up fun, food, and fellowship at Audubon Park. Our Family and Friends picnic affords us the opportunity to show our gratitude to all those that continuously uplift us, including, but not limited to, our families, friends, mentees and their families, as well as the many individuals, groups, and organizations that lend their time and support to the 100. We are sincerely appreciative.
Many thanks to all of you who came out!