The College Bound Brotherhood explicitly focuses on connecting African American male students to college readiness programs and improving school district resources. The aim of the College Bound Brotherhood is to increase the number of African American young men from the San Francisco Bay Area who successfully complete college. Brotherhood students, frequently, participate in 1 of 14 community-based organizations that provide college readiness and persistence services. These CBOs work together under the auspices of the Brotherhood to share best practices, celebrate achievements, and advocate with districts for better policies and outcomes for African American male students. College Bound Brotherhood students attend universities, colleges, including many Historical Black Colleges and Universities, across the United States.
College Bound Brotherhood Scholarship
The College Bound Brotherhood Scholarship is an opportunity for young black men from the greater Bay Area to access additional financial support before they embark on their journey to becoming successful college students. The award amounts range from $1000 – $3000 and are available for students who will attend a community college or a four year college or university.
2017 Application Period: February 1 – March 31, 2017
For additional information regarding scholarship eligibility, visit the Eligibility and FAQs page
For questions regarding the College Bound Brotherhood, contact MFEI at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit the College Bound Brotherhood website for additional information on upcoming activities and more.