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article icon 2009 HBCU College Fair and Ecumenical Service
Posted: February 17. 2010

On Sunday November 15, 2009, in partnership with the NJ Department of Education, NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development, NJ Amistad Commission, Macedonia Baptist Church of Newtown, PA, NJ Commission on Higher Education, and the United States 2010 Census, Delta Upsilon Chapter, Trenton, NJ hosted the fourth annual Malcolm Bernard Historically Black Colleges and Universities College (HBCU) College Fair and Ecumenical Service. 

This program attracts more than 40 HBCUs and 1500 parents and students seeking information about college entrance requirements, financial aid, and current job market trends.  The goal is to get area high-school students and their parents informed about black colleges and universities, financial aid, and scholarships.  




Some of the nearly 700 Students, Parents, and College Representatives during the Malcolm Bernard HBCU College Fair


Left to Right: Brother Larry Lewis, Sr., Brother Gary Gray, the Reverend Darrell L. Armstrong, Sr. Pastor, Shiloh Baptist Church, Ms. Barbara Bernard, and Brother Charles “Chuck” Davis at the opening Ecumenical Service.

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