The Educational Advancement Foundation (EAF) is proud to partner with the Educational Network to support the 2016 Black History HBCU Calendar & Resource Guide The 2016 calendar features visionary and impactful trailblazers in the fields of medicine, law, sports, corporate and non-profit management, and entertainment. EAF President, Dorothy Buckhanan Wilson is one of thirteen trailblazers featured in the calendar. Also, EAF Vice President, Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover is featured representing Tennessee State University in the calendar. $2.00 of each 2016 calendar purchased online will go to the EAF Think HBCU Endowment. Think HBCU is a part of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority’s Launching New Dimensions of Service Target 1: Educational Enrichment. The endowment focuses on moving students enrolled at HBCUs, to and through college.
Historically Black College and Universities (HBCUs) have contributed so much to both this nation and our world by cultivating generations of young men and women who have been and continue to be leaders and innovators in many different fields. This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Black History HBCU Calendar & Resource Guide that highlights hundreds of Black History facts from past and current contributors to significant turning points in America. The calendar also features the Educational Network T.E.N. Scholarship Program, that will award ten deserving students who currently attend or plan to attend an HBCU. Each calendar purchase will contribute to the education of our future leaders.
Get your calendar today online! Thank you in advance for your support of the 2016 Black History HBCU Calendar and the Educational Advancement Foundation