NC Black Alliance Partners with Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation for Non-Profit Internship Program

The North Carolina Black Alliance (NCBA) has been selected to participate in the Non-Profit Internship Program (NPIP) Summer 2021 Cohort through Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation.  We are excited about the partnership.
 
ZSR is actively recruiting intern applicants from colleges and universities across North Carolina to fill all positions through this partnership. The application is due on Monday, February 15, 2021, at noon
 
Eligible students must be:
  • A rising sophomore, junior, or senior enrolled full-time in a four-year North Carolina college or university; OR
  • A rising sophomore, junior or senior North Carolina resident enrolled full-time in a four-year accredited college outside the state; AND
  • Pell grant-eligible in the academic year in which they apply for NPIP. As a part of the application process, students will be asked to upload their Student Aid Report verifying their Pell grant eligibility. Students can access this document through their FAFSA login. Click here for further directions. Students ineligible for a Pell grant due to documentation issues or criminal conviction may be eligible and should email mayar@zsr.org
Students of color are encouraged to apply.
 
For more information, please check the Non-Profit Internship Program FAQs.

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NC BLACK Summit: The Virtual Experience
April 22-23, 2021

The North Carolina Black Alliance (NCBA) invites you to attend the 15th Annual NC Black Summit – The Virtual Experience on Thursday, April 22 and Friday, April 23.  The 2021 Summit, appropriately themed “Focus on the Fight, Facing the Future,” will be vital as we continue to advance our agenda for creating systemic change in North Carolina.

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