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“Bridging the Gap in Tech” Virtual Panel Discussion and Hiring Fair

Online Event Online, CA, United States

The tech landscape is changing as more and more companies realize the importance of having a diverse workforce and creating inclusive cultures within their organizations. On October 25th, join 100 Black Men of the Bay Area in partnership with the Latinas in Tech organization for the “Bridging the Gap In Tech” panel discussion and hiring ...Read More

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34th Annual Scholarship Benefit & Awards Gala

San Francisco Marriott Marquis 55 Fourth Street, San Francisco, CA, United States

Our supporters have helped us award over $1,900,000 in scholarships and grants to over 800 Bay Area students. We sincerely look forward to you joining us in our effort to surpass $2M in aid.

IGNITE YOUR WEALTH JOURNEY

Oakstop 2323 Broadway, Oakland, CA, United States

Join 100 Black Men of the Bay Area as we present another Black professional networking & socializing event on Wednesday, January 18th from 6 PM to 9 PM! This is a FREE EVENT! Includes free Hors d’oeuvres and adult refreshments! Attire: Business Casual 1 Ticket per person! REGISTER HERE!  

100 Black Men of the Bay Area’s Career Expo 2023

Contra Costa College 2600 Mission Bell Drive (G225), San Pablo

REGISTER TODAY 100 Black Men of the Bay Area has curated a platform to provide young adults with a road map toward life-sustaining career options. Join us and receive guidance from professionals in the following industries: Business and Entrepreneurship Education Financial Services Hospitality and Culinary Arts Information Technology Law and Legal Services Medical Public Services ...Read More

100 Black Men of the Bay Area’s 3rd Annual Scholarship Golf Classic

Sequoyah Country Club 4550 Heafey Road, Oakland, CA, United States

Please join 100 Black Men of the Bay Area on August 16th at our Annual Scholarship Golf Classic for a fun day on the green, but more importantly, to help provide access to higher education to deserving yet underserved students in the Bay Area.

8th Annual Non-Engineering Careers in Tech Panel Discussion

Oakstop 2323 Broadway, Oakland, CA, United States

This event will be a discussion comprised of recruiters and diversity professionals from the top technology companies nationwide. The conversation will be focused on non-tech positions, what makes an ideal candidate for those positions, the importance of networking, how to pivot into tech from other professions, as well as Q&A from from those in attendance. ...Read More

FREE HEART HEALTH SCREENING WITH DR. ANTOINE KELLER

Greater St. Paul Baptist Church 1827 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, Oakland, CA, United States

Heart Disease is the number one killer of African Americans.  Yes, Heart Disease! Do you have it?  Heart disease can be a silent killer.  Are you at risk? Find out for FREE at a special screening on Saturday, October 21st from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Greater St. Paul Baptist Church.  Oakland’s top doctors ...Read More

IGNITE YOUR WEALTH 2.0

California Ballroom 1736 Franklin Street, Oakland, United States

Join 100 Black Men of the Bay Area as we present another black professional networking & socializing event on Thursday, November 2nd from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM! This is ...Read More

35th Annual Scholarship Benefit & Awards Gala

San Francisco Marriott Marquis 55 Fourth Street, San Francisco, CA, United States

SOLD OUT! Saturday, December 9th   Our community of supporters has helped us to award over $2M in scholarships and grants to over 1000 Bay Area students.  We’d love for ...Read More

Save Legs. Change Lives. – San Francisco

San Francisco Southeast Community Center 1550 Evans Avenue, San Francisco, CA, United States

Over two million Americans live with limb loss. Black Americans are four times more likely to experience limb amputation than white Americans. 100 Black Men of America has declared war ...Read More

Save Legs. Change Lives – Oakland

Beebe Memorial Cathedral 3900 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland, CA, United States

Over two million Americans live with limb loss. Black Americans are four times more likely to experience limb amputation than white Americans. 100 Black Men of America has declared war ...Read More