Calling All HBCU Students! Register for the UNCF Career Readiness Conference: Empower Me Tour

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Calling All HBCU Students! Register for the UNCF Career Readiness Conference: Empower Me Tour
UNCF - EmpowerMeTour- Shaw University

UNCF Empower Me Tour at Shaw University is a free career readiness conference designed to provide students a jump on career readiness, career success and financial literacy. The conference will be held in the Shaw University gymnasium on Friday, Sept. 30th at 9:30am. Get empowered, register today!

The UNCF Empower Me Tour (EMT), was created to empower a movement among young people, motivating them toward academic excellence, personal responsibility and fiscal health through relevant program content and community engagement. UNCF and education professionals visit participating college campuses and present workshops and guidance to students who wish to get a head-start on their college and career planning.

EMPOWER ME TOUR DELIVERS!
Lunch is provided; everything is free!

  • FREE Registration + Lunch
  • Corporate Executives on Hand
  • Internship + Career Opportunities
  • Scholarships Awarded
  • Prizes + Giveaways
  • Career Fair
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Career Workshops

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