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Las Vegas Metropolitan Inter Alumni Council

Just a few pictures from our participation in the Las Vegas Dr. Martin Luther King Parade yesterday! It truly reflected Dr. King’s vision for America with so many people from all walks of this thing called LIFE! Thanks to Wendell P Williams’s vision 38 years ago!

The 14th Annual Jazz Brunch has been postponed until June 13, 2010 due to health & safety concerns around COVID-19.  Stay safe and healthy.  We look forward to your presence next year.

                               

Our Las Vegas Inter-Alumni/UNCF Scholarships will be posted March 1, 2020 for Nevada high school seniors at uncf.org! Four $2,500.00 scholarships for a total of $10,000.00. Go to: uncf.org and click on Nevada scholarships.
Please share with all seniors!

Just a few pictures from our participation in the Las Vegas Dr. Martin Luther King Parade yesterday! It truly reflected Dr. King’s vision for America with so many people from all walks of this thing called LIFE! Thanks to Wendell P Williams’s vision 38 years ago!

Congratulations Kaileen Turner!  Kaileen is a one of our scholarship winners and now attends Clark-Atlanta University!  She has recently joined Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority and is the epitome of excellence. Special thanks to our Chairperson Flora Shaffer who spearheaded this scholarship opportunity!

Who are we?


The Las Vegas Metropolitan Inter-Alumni Council is a volunteer organization, and we are proud to work tirelessly in support of both the Mission and Vision of the National Alumni Council and the UNCF. The work of these organizations exemplifies the dedication we have to #HBCUSMATTER


What are HBCUs?


HBCU refers to Historically Black Colleges and Universities that were originally established before the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to provide higher education for Black students who were denied entry into White colleges and universities in the United States because of segregation. After segregation was outlawed, HBCUs have continued to be a viable option for all students who desire higher education in a smaller historical environment.

Currently, there are 101 HBCUs in the United States, either state-supported or privately funded. Thirty-Seven (37) of these schools are privately funded and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) was founded to provide financial support to these schools.

HBCU’s MATTER

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How can you help?


MAKE A DONATION

Your donations support the Las Vegas Metropolitan Inter-Alumni Council and their mission to work with the National Alumni Council of UNCF and UNCF in their mission to help move students to and through college.

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This chapter supports both Private and State Supported Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
The Chapter meets the 2nd Saturday of each month at 1818 Martin Luther King Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89106, except July and August at 11:00 am.

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