NHBCUAAF

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Membership

The National HBCU Alumni Associations Foundation (NHBCUAAF) was formed in 2016 to be a resource for over 100 HBCUs and their alumni associations for capacity building, membership development, and fundraising strategies.  We recognize that alumni associations are important to colleges/universities and that they help colleges/universities realize the power and impact alumni associations bring to them.

The NHBCUAAF offers the following membership structures:  Individuals, Organizations, and Corporations. For a brief introduction of each level, including the fee schedule, see our MEMBERSHIP STRUCTURE .

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Noteworthy Information

Leadership

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HBCU’s

  A Complete list of HBCUs (Alphabetical Order) – Take a moment to look through our listing. Website and a…

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Services

The National HBCU Alumni Associations focuses on 4 core areas. Other services may be provided upon request.

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Latest News & Events

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HBCU Voter Empowerment

You Can Vote is innovating youth civic engagement and voter turnout in North Carolina! You Can Vote’s Founder, Kate Fellman, will discuss wrap-around services for voters ages 16 to 24 from pre-registration through critical habit-forming votes–and how these services are delivered with the help of trusted institutional partnerships. (more…)

Planned Giving Initiative and NHBCUAAF Partnership

Partnership Helps Direct Resources To HBCUs For Increased Capacity Building

The National Historically Black College and University Alumni Associations Foundation (NHBCUAAF) has entered into a strategic partnership with the Planned Giving Initiative (PGI) to help identify HBCUs as recipients of learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate talent through internships and graduate trainee programs. (more…)

The Importance and Relevancy of HBCUs

What is an HBCU and more? 

Historically black colleges and universities are institutions of higher education in the United States that were established before the Civil Rights Act of 1964 with the intention of primarily serving the African-American community. In the wake of emancipation, many Black Americans founded HBCUs to educate Black students. During the segregation era, HBCUs offered one of the only paths to a college degree for Black students. (more…)

HTA Technology Security Consulting

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, February 22, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — HTA Technology Security Consulting (HTA) and The National Historically Black Colleges & Universities Alumni Associations Foundation (NHBCUAAF) are pleased to announce a new “HBCU Cybersecurity Cohort Pipeline Program” partnership. This collaboration assists the nation’s historically Black colleges and universities with their Cybersecurity workforce development challenges and provides student engagement pathways for education and employment.

To read more about this partnership, click HERE.