Happy October! 
We are almost halfway done with the Fall semester!


October General Body Meeting

Theme: Community Game Night

Join us in a fun night full of games! Come distress and learn more about our upcoming events

Thursday, October 8, 2020
6:30 PM PST

Link is here.
Join K1 Investment Management!

Join our Intern Class this Friday with a special guest K1 Investment Firm! Learn more about private equity, investment, high-growth enterprise, and more! 

Friday, October 9, 6:00 - 7:30 PM PST, 

There's a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card!

Join us here!
Movie Night Showing: The Last Black Man in San Francisco
Destress and relax at this upcoming movie night! We will be showing The Last Black Man in San Francisco starring Jimmie Fails and Jonathan Majors. 

The first 50 people to sign up will receive a FREE care package that includes popcorn, candies, a drink, and BLUE LIGHT GLASSES!

To RSVP or For More Info Click Here>>
Highway 5 to Higher Ed is looking for more volunteers that would like to help with this program. It is designed to bridge the gap between Black low-income high school students and colleges and universities. We need logistical and general program volunteers!

Your help is and will always be greatly appreciated especially in this online world. 

For logistical volunteers>>
For general program volunteers>>
This year’s annual FREE Bay Area College Tour is a BRRC program designed for Black, low-income sophomores and juniors in high school, to tour some of the different educational institutions available to them in the Northern California Region. The Bay Area College Tour will be held from Saturday, November 21st, through Tuesday, November 24th. Students will be given an inside look at the college admissions process, college preparation workshops, and social and academic life at the different campuses. The trip provides free food, a mentorship program, fun swag from the schools, and the opportunity to gain insight on college life and the college application process. Sign up here!>>

For the mentorship program mentioned, we need for Black UCB students to volunteer to be mentors to these students!! Here’s the form link>>



The Black Recruitment and Retention Center is a student-initiated, AND entirely a student ran organization that was founded in 1983. 

The purpose of the BRRC is to supplement, expand, and create efforts on campus and within the community toward the recruitment and retention of Black students. We are one of 7 RRCs in the bridges’ Multicultural Resource Centers, a coalition of 8 organizations.

As midterms and exams roll in, we gotta stay resilient! Keep pushin'!

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