New York, NY – Through its partnership with 100 Black Men of America (100BMOA), the U.S. Army continues to promote educational and career opportunities through leadership workshops, strengthening the stability and financial future of young Americans.
Many people are unaware of the extent to which the U.S. Army opens doors and provides access to higher education – developing leaders through advanced training and education. The U.S. Army has more than 200 career opportunities, including in the fields of law, medicine, accounting and engineering.
The U.S. Army will have a broad presence executing leadership workshops at local chapter events taking place in:
• 100 BMOA Tampa HQ, Tampa FL – January 30, 2016
• Alabama State, Montgomery AL – February 4, 2016
• Buffalo Soldiers Museum, Houston TX – February 6, 2016
• Tubman Museum, Macon GA – February 8, 2016
• Baltimore MD – February 1, 2016
• Howard University, Washington DC – February 16, 2016
• Overtown Youth Center, Miami FL – February 27, 2016
100 Black Men of America and the U.S. Army look to provide young African Americans with opportunities to strengthen their career and financial futures through mentorship while providing educational guidance and awareness of frequently untapped opportunities.
The U.S. Army reaffirms its commitment to the country’s young African American leaders and demonstrates its shared values with 100 Black Men of America in driving our youth towards higher education and long-term career growth. Last year, the Army awarded more than $252 million in ROTC scholarships for students in nearly 500 colleges and universities throughout the country. Additionally, itsMarch2Success.com program is a free online resource that allows high school students to prepare for state standardized tests and college entrance exams.