A Unique Opportunity for HBCU Business Students

The University of California has announced a new program where students from historically Black colleges and universities will be able take summer courses at the system’s business and management schools.

The annual program will rotate among six campuses. The first group of 25 students from HBCUs will study this summer at the Haas School of Business on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley.

Each student selected as a participant in the University of California Summer Institute for Emerging Managers and Leaders will spend two weeks in California for two consecutive summers. All expenses of the fellows including tuition, travel, and room and board will be paid. The fellowships are sponsored by Wells Fargo, WellPoint Inc., and Anthem Blue Cross.

More information on the program is available here.

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