Event will focus on education and career opportunities for students throughout Miami-Dade County
MIAMI – October 26, 2015 – The 100 Black Men of South Florida, Inc., in partnership with Miami-Dade County Public Schools, will host its 5th Annual College & Career Expo on Thursday, October 29th at the Miami-Dade County Fair & Exposition Center from 8AM-2PM.
The College & Career Expo gives students the opportunity to visit various colleges and universities on-site and gather valuable information regarding financial aid, applications and more. The students are able to meet face to face with college representatives and ask pertinent questions related to their area of interest. Additionally, students will learn more about the various routes they can take after graduation from admissions representatives, including four-year college programs, two-year college programs, technical training and military careers. The event will also offer tips and information for students interested in entering the workforce immediately after graduation and for those students who are still undecided about what to do next. More than 5,000 students throughout Miami-Dade County are expected to attend the event.
“The 100 Black Men of South Florida is honored to once again partner with Miami-Dade County Schools for our annual College & Career Expo, where thousands of students are exposed to colleges and universities from across the country along with the Armed Forces and corporate industry leaders,” said Stephen Hunter Johnson, Esq., President of 100 Black Men of South Florida, Inc. “Our organization is committed to providing students with the exposure they need to succeed in college and in life because we know that education has the power to not only change the trajectory of individual lives, but entire communities, here in South Florida and across the nation.”
Several of South Florida’s top corporations will also be in attendance including Publix Super Markets, Inc., Gordon Food Service, Florida Power & Light Company, Burger King, and the Miami Dolphins. Registration for this event is required. For more information please visit, www.100blackmensf.org/.