Hamilton’s BSU Parent group was created by a group of parents, guardians and mentors who had a desire to advocate on behalf of the African American students. The main focus of this parent group is to support the BSU community by amplifying their Black voices, while providing the African American Student Support Committee with culturally relevant success strategies. Some of the key priorities and goals include:
The BSU Parent group brings together a positive community of adults to collaborate, share, and inspire the African American village. We eagerly welcome parents of all ethnicities who are interested in joining our committed team of parents/guardians. This is a space where sensitive discrimination issues and concerns are addressed as well as culturally relevant opportunities for equal access to reach higher learning will be achieved. We’re open to fresh ideas and suggestions that will continually promote a culturally-enriched, academic experience for all African American students.
Parents have the power to help shape the changes they want to see on campus by participating and voicing concerns on behalf of their children. In addition to our BSU Parent meetings, here's other opportunities to stay connected and informed.
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Project Alpha is a national program of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. which mentors boys ages 11-18 with responsible behavior in relationships. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the Beta Psi Lambda (Los Angeles Alumni) Chapter's Project Alpha program. To learn more about Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. click HERE.
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Last semester, BSU students were excited to meet Dr. Noelle Reid from the reality show Married to Medicine LA. She spoke about Covid 19 and also shared her inspiring journey to becoming physician. We're looking for more guests for our monthly Career Day speaker series. All traditional and non-traditional career path stories are encouraged (Teachers, Electricians, Mechanics, Firefighters, Lawyers, Media Relations, Musicians, Politicians, Construction, etc). To get on the calendar, please submit your career information here.
Our families are excited about recycling Black dollars by investing in Black-owned businesses. Let's help our African American community continue to thrive during this unusual economic season by offering free advertising to our parent group. If you, or someone you know owns a business, restaurant, or personal care service that we need to know about, promote it in our Black-Owned Business Directory. Please submit your business information here.