GET INVOLVED! OMM YOU WILL BE EMPOWERED!
Must be chartered with UBSUC to participate
This is an opportunity for students to get involved with their School Board, so that change is ensured and catered to the needs of Black students.
Task: Attend at least (1) school board meeting (addition attendance receives more points)
Begins: January 1, 2018
Submission Deadline: May 7, 2018
Entry fee: $5 per school
See Submissions Page to submit
Black Culture Awareness Month
What better way to celebrate our culture and honor our ancestors, than Black History Month?!
Task: Set-up a booth at school that both provides awareness of the Black culture and education of our roots.
Begins: February 1, 2018
Submission Deadline: March 9, 2018
Entry fee: No
See Submissions Page to submit
Black History in the Making: A Showcase Event
The stage is being set for our students to showcase their talents while honoring the victories of our people and expressing intellect, style, and Black excellence through art.
Date: February 15, 2018 at Centre Plaza, 8:30m - 11:00am
MODESTO CITY SCHOOLS DISTRICT WILL BE TRANSPORTING MCS STUDENTS
Points are given fro attendance
See 2018 CONVENTION video
Date: March 15-17, 2018 PLAN TO ATTEND
Stanislaus County NAACP Black Graduates Recognition Ceremony
This is the time when our community gathers together to honor and celebrate our Black graduates in their accomplishment! We are grateful that the NAACP Modesto Branch has brought this to our communities for 23 years! Each senior graduate receives a Kente Stole
Date: May 12, 2018 at Modesto High School Auditorium, 1:00 - 4:00pm
Visit www.naacpstanislaus.com to register a graduate
One will be given out this year
Application Opens: January 1, 2018
Application Deadline: April 20, 2018
Announced: at the NAACP Black Graduates Ceremony
Date: May 12, 2018 at Modesto High School Auditorium in Modesto, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Graduate Attendance Encouraged
See Scholarships (CR) for application
"I AM ENOUCH" Conference
She Became is hosting their 1st annual conference for females!
June 9, 2018
See the flier for more information
Points can be accumulated throughout the year by participating in UBSUC-initiated events, fundraisers, and projects.
The points attained will be multiplied by the number of students participating
Each school will receive an additional 1 point for Advisor involvement
Grateful to have such a great board who selflessly give of their time!
President, Savannah M. Williams
First Vice-President, Michael Little
Second Vice President, Lori Hayter
Secretary, Angela Drew
Treasurer, Amelia Herrera
Parliamentarian, John Ervin
Sergeant-At-Arms, Nancy Williams
President, Jaimare Limbrick
First Vice President, Vacant
Second Vice President, Heaven Gulley
Secretary, Morgan Burke
Parliamentarian, Jaya Edwards
Media, Janeiro Freeda
Scholarships, Nicole Evans
Financing Support, Joshua Harrison
Stockton School District Recruitment, Brandie Owusu-Spencer
College Engagement, Austin Grant
Advocates for Justice, Jacq and Jacque Wilson
College Preparation, Elizabeth Garmon
Lead BSU Advisor, Renaldo Rucker
Public Relations, Darian Gray
We'd like to welcome our new adult FIRST VICE PRESIDENT MICHAEL LITTLE AND SECRETARY ANGELA DREW!!!
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