The Membership committee volunteers are charged with maintaining the local membership roster and database, generating mailing labels and membership lists, sending new member packages, developing and implementing strategies to maintain and increase membership.

Welcome

The Membership committee volunteers are charged with maintaining the local membership roster and database, generating mailing labels and membership lists, sending new member packages, developing and implementing strategies to maintain and increase membership.

Professional and Leadership Development

  1. Monthly executive skill development ceremony (recognizes student, chapter, and community leaders)
    1. Seminars and presentations
    2. Leadership seminars and workshops; Continuing business education
    3. Speaker Seminar Series with the Smithsonian Association

    Networking Opportunities

    1. Monthly meetings and Special Events
    2. Annual Corporate Reception (for members and corporate partners only )
    3. Annual Awards Banquet and Induction Ceremony

Business & Economic Development

  1. Chapter Entrepreneur Network and Seminar Series
  2. Advertising Opportunities via chapter monthly mailings, newsletters and web site

Community Involvement

  1. Adopt-A-School Program at Woodson Sr. High School (seminars mentoring, field trips)
  2. Computers for Schools (members collect grocery receipts for local computer program)

Student Development

  1. Destination MBA (designed to increase the enrollment of minorities in MBA programs)
  2. Annual Student/MBA Receptions: provides scholarship and employment information
  3. Annual Scholarship Awards Programs (both local and national)
  4. “Leaders of Tomorrow” High School mentoring program (exposing students to business)

Scholarship Programs (Local and National)

  1. NBMBAA Ph.D Fellowship Program: Two awards annual; range from $5,000 to $15,000
  2. NBMBAA Graduate Scholarship Program: 25 awards, up to $15,000
  3. NBMBAA Collegiate Chapter Scholarships: Awards in varying amounts up to $5,000
  4. NBMBAA-DC Chapter Graduate Scholarship: One award at $2,500
  5. NBMBAA-DC Undergraduate Scholarships: One award at $1,000
  6. Case Competition Program: 1st place team – $15,000, 2nd – $12,000, 3rd – $8,500
  7. Student Conference Scholarship Program: one student per chapter
  8. “Leaders of Tomorrow” Awards Program: 10 student awards nationally

Subscriptions – FREE

  1. NBMBAA-DC Chapter Newsletter
  2. NBMBAA National Newsletter
  3. NBMBAA National Membership Directory
  4. NBMBAA Magazine
  5. Black Enterprise Magazine

Annual Conference

  1. Two day Career Fair with onsite interviewing (more than 150 Fortune 1000 companies participate)
  2. Career Development Seminars (i.e. discussing critical business issues, employment trends, global trends, economic policy, and skill enhancement)
  3. Minority Entrepreneurial Program (assists black entrepreneurs in business development)
  4. Executive Development Institute (designed for for experienced managers and entrepreneurs)
  5. Annual Scholarship Awards Banquet: more than $100,000 awarded annually
  6. Technology Demonstrations, Target Market Power, and NBMBAA Research Projects
  7. Employment Network (matches recruiter job specifications to qualified candidates who have submitted resumes to the Employment Network)
  8. Merchant Fair (an opportunity to market unique merchandise)

Discounts for Activities and Programs

  1. Local activities and programs: member discounts vary from $5-$75 for various events
  2. National Conference: up to $100 discount
  3. Free membership pin and identification card

Members Eligible to Participate

  1. Local/Regional Resume’ Booklet: sent to corporate partners
  2. Passport Receptions: recruiting fairs held in major cities throughout the US
  3. Employment Network: matches recruiter job specifications to qualified candidates

What’s New

DCBMBAA Membership Information and Benefits

by Michael Johnson in Membership   on Mar 13, 2014 8:56:06 AM

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