100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. is devoted to improving the quality of life for African American youth in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Over the past five years, 100% of our students have matriculated from high school.
Our 2020 student class has earned over 200K in college scholarships.
Our chapter has served over 15,000 students since its beginnings in 1995.
100 Black Men Collegiate 100 member Virgil Parker was recently interviewed for a Forbes magazine article. The conversation was a part of the Aspen Institute “In Focus” series on equity in education, and featured college presidents, current students, and
Maryland’s The Daily Record VIP List recognizes Maryland’s leaders who are 40 years old or younger based on their professional accomplishments, community service and a commitment to inspiring change. They are selected by
Register TODAY for the 2020/2021 Saturday Leadership Academy Registration Link: https://bit.ly/35ezZq7 Mentoring is the cornerstone to all of the 100’s programming and the foundation of our chapter’s premier initiative, the Saturday Leadership Academy (SLA).