African American College Readiness Summit
The Annual African-American College Readiness Summit
is set for November 7, 2019, at San José State University.
A conference for African American high school students where they receive information about college preparation and admissions, careers, study strategies, financial aid, and scholarships. Students also experience campus life by touring the campus, connecting with college students and leaders, faculty and staff, and participating in campus activities. This conference is a partnership between the school districts, the university and several community organizations. The goal is to encourage more students to consider a path to higher learning.
This year’s program is again being sponsored by San José State University, in collaboration
with several community organizations including the Santa Clara County Alliance of
Black Educators, 100 Black Men of Silicon Valley, California Alliance of African American
Educators, Silicon Valley Black Chamber of Commerce, and the Santa Clara County Office
Past Flyers and Programs
For more information or any questions you may contact Coleetta McElroy, Director for Financial Aid and Scholarships or Kayla McGill, Administrative and Project Specialist at 408-924-5900.