About this Event
We have recently opened the HBCU Museum and are welcoming guest to come and visit our location on Georgia Avenue, Washington, D.C. The HBCU Museum captures the legacies and legends of Yesterday, as we transition Today, for a stronger Tomorrow. Our goal is to highlight the accomplishments of not only HBCUs, but some of their most accomplished graduates.
Our mission is to align ourselves with HBCUs, collect partial and full/partial scholarships from them, and award them to qualified under privileged applicants. Eligible students will be required to attend 2 in person interviews and give a speech to the board as to why they should receive a free scholarship. All decisions will be voted on by the board and the results will be emailed to the students. The students who are selected for scholarship placement will have to maintain a 3.0 gpa in order to retain their HBCU scholarship status. In addition to our scholarship program we will provide free weekly tutoring sessions for local high school and college students with a valid student ID. We will also organize business seminars and conferences with HBCU key note speakers and stream them to HBCU campuses nationwide.We are offering this opportunity to anyone that fits the criteria year round. We look forward seeing you soon !!!
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Frequently Asked Questions:
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Self Parking is conveniently located around on Georgia Avenue or Side streets where meter parking is avilable.
What is the age limit?
You must be 10 years old or older to enter the Museum or be accompany by an adult
Any Dress Code?
There is no Dress Code but please be fully clothed with shoes with no inapproiate signs, letters, or graphics to offend anyone.
What refreshments will be served?
Water, Juice, chips, cookies,
Yes there is a clean restroom in the faciltiy.
Do you have WIFI access?
Yes we do have free wifi access
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
The HBCU Museum, 7610A Georgia Avenue, Washington, United States
USD 6.00 to USD 10.00