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Menchville High School Students Win National Award

Youth Sports Bureau: Building Citizens One by One

(Newport News, VA)   Fare Share, a volunteer community service group from Menchville High School, recently earned a $10,000 Grand Prize Award from Lead4Change, a national organization that provides free leadership training for students while engaging them in community service. This is their second in the past five years.
The students award the grant to nonprofit of their choice. In September, students presented the check to THRIVE Peninsula, a nonprofit that provides emergency food and financial aid to individuals and families.
During the 2018-2019 school year, the 22 students in the program spent over 1,200 hours hosting food collections, leading clean-ups at the Menchville school garden and outdoor learning center, collecting items for the school’s backpack program, and conducting anti-bullying campaigns.
Club members also raised 

over $3,000 and collected more than 3,100 pounds of food during the school year and, through the school’s food pantry and backpack program, students packed or served nearly 4,000 meals.
The  students partner with the Newport News Department of Human Services and THRIVE Peninsula to educate and inform the public of food scarcity and socio-economic issues in the city.
Learn more about Lead4Change by visiting their website or Facebook or their YouTube page.

(Spartanburg, SC)  The Youth Sports Bureau, in partnership with Spartanburg School District 7, is a striving program that is totally dedicated to community service and beyond. The project, coordinated by Luther Norman, Tyrone Norman, director, and Carver Jr. High School art teacher, Winston Wingo have directed multiple projects for youths of all ages in community beautification, horticultural training, arts and crafts and sports activities, to name a few.
Students from Carver Jr. High School were part of a team led by Wingo that was commissioned to painting murals as part of the historic Southside neighborhood revitalization. They have engaged in other projects like gardening and home improvements.
Another collaboration between The Arts Partnership and the Youth Sports Bureau exemplifies how community groups working together to create positive change by encouraging talented youth to create a sense of pride in the Southside community as well as create a feeling of 

ownership. The historical part of the city has been a source of pride with their involvement that target youth of all ages and economic levels.
The Youth Sports Bureau’s mission is to provide a safe environment for youth to learn skills, which can be used beyond the program to become productive citizens. They have developed alliances with the several workforce groups to provide training for entry level jobs.  READ MORE

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We invite you to take a sightseeing tour of a historically black college/university.  This month, we bring you… 

Morgan State University

Morgan State University is a public historically black research university. Located in Baltimore, Maryland, it is the largest of HBCU in Maryland.
The university is known for its leadership in promoting the academic achievement of students from varied educational and socioeconomic development; and for uniqueness in promoting economic development to reshape the social, cultural and political landscape.
Morgan State is ranked #293-#381 in National Universities. 

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The Black college (HBCUs) legacy of producing some of the world’s most iconic heroes in almost everyone walk of life is documented in American history. In their heyday, there were driven to prepare students and athletes to exhibit the highest standards of excellence which is still on display today.
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New Degree Program in Cloud Computing

Grambling State University received approval from the University of Louisiana System board of supervisors to develop a proposal to offer the state’s first bachelor’s degree in cloud computing. If all goes as planned, the new major could begin to enroll students as early as next fall. Grambling State University President Rick Gallot said, “We know Louisiana students are well-positioned to fill today’s market needs. From computer science and cybersecurity to this proposed new degree, their work in research and industry are helping grow educational quality and internships for our students. We, at Grambling State, are grateful for the continued support of our partners in government and industry who help us continue to drive innovation.”

WSSU Names New AD

EtienneThomas was appointed Director of Athletics at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina. Thomas will lead a program that includes 10 teams, approximately 275 student athletes, and 33 athletics staff.
She has been serving as Director of Athletics at Kentucky State University.
Thomas is a 1996 graduate of North Carolina Central University. She has completed course work for a juris doctorate from the College of Law at the University of Iowa.

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