The Black College Expo LA - Event
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The 2018 Los Angeles Black College Expo
Is The Biggest Ever!
Things Are Just Getting Started
The 19th Annual Los Angeles Black College Expo held at the LA Convention Center was again a huge success. This event is presented by founder Dr. Theresa Price in association with the National College Resource foundation (NCRF). The agenda consisted of Panels and workshops including a workshop with special guest, music mogul Matthew Knowles and hip-hop legend Yo Yo.
Just A Tiny Sample Of Who All Were There
|Grambling In The House|
|Florida A&M Rattlers Representing|
|Moorehouse Brothers Disseminating The 411|
|Hampton Drawing Attention|
|Texas Southern Holding Down Their Spot|
|Praire View A&M Keep It Tight|
Colleges and Universities from all over the country were represented
|After Show Crowd Getting Revved Up|
|Hype DJ's Rock The House|
|College and High School Step Teams Stomped To The Max|
The After Show was hosted by Chrystal and Morgan Westbrook of BET’s “The Westbrooks,” with special guest appearances by Kofi Scribe and Bianca Lawson both of (Queen Sugar), Kellita Smith (Z Nation/The Bernie Mac Show). Former Clippers Player Baron Davis, Emmy Award winner Niena Drake, Wendell James of (Raising Whitley) and several surprise guests. The After Show also showcased local and national high school and college Step Teams, a Greek Show and special guest performances by Morgan Westbrook and a new rising Christian hip hop/rap group ROQK Star which stands for Royalty of Queens & Kings.
|Fast Rising Gospel Rap/Hip Hop Group ROQK STAR|
The Black College Expo has attracted more than 15,000 college hopefuls and millennials since its inception and is growing every year. One of the greatest features offered is the opportunity for students to be accepted to college “On-The-Spot.” This is ideal as it eliminates the guesswork, grueling and costly process of filling out multiple applications with expensive fees then enduring that agonizing wait with bated breath for word of acceptance to come. The Expo also offers funding resource options which include scholarships, grants and other special incentives. In short, this single one-day event is jam packed with information, excitement, networking opportunities, chance to meet and make new friends with similar goals and ideals while enjoying top entertainment.
For college bound high school students who still have a year or two to graduate; now is the time to get your transcripts organized, the school activities that you participate in and recommendations from your teachers, church and community leaders so you can attend a Black College Expo in your town and take full advantage of it.
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