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The Center for HBCU Media Advocacy, Inc., in partnership with historically black colleges and universities, a vast social networking community, and an independent online media company, provides daily coverage and analysis of all 105 historically black colleges and universities across the United States.



The Center For HBCU Media Advocacy, Inc. provides internships, conferences and training seminars to develop minority journalists studying at historically black colleges and universities in new media.



The Center For HBCU Media Advocacy, Inc. provides HBCUs and their constituents with technical assistance and resources to enhance their public relations and communications ability with social networking and media development strategies. By establishing... 

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HBCUs are among America’s most storied and tradition-rich institutions of higher education. Because these schools are mission-mandated to serve an underrepresented, often-disenfranchised student population, their history breeds a love and loyalty among students, graduates and faculty that positions HBCUs as social and cultural institutions with stellar academic reputations.  Read More →


Job Opportunity

The Center is receiving applications for its newly-created sponsorship manager position. Commission-based and ideal for HBCU business or marketing students seeking experience in the non-profit industry, resumes can be forwarded to info-at-hbcumedia-dot-org. Position: Sponsorship Manager COMMISSION SPONSORSHIP AGREEMENT As a Sponsorship Manager for CHMA, you are expected to Develop a plan for growing the CHMA’s base of sponsors for the HBCU Awards and 3 conference events put on by the... 

Tips for HBCU Journalists

Imani Jackson is an award winning journalist and a mass communication senior at Grambling State University. She has been editor-in-chief of The Gramblinite newspaper for two years. Follow her @faithspeaks on Twitter. College and university students need outlets to promote and publish their works. This is especially true of mass communication and/or journalism students who face a field of interdisciplinary skill, including sedentary storytellers’ fear: multimedia. At the Black College... 

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