The Mission of the Education Initiative

To identify and make available programs that focus on giving individuals equal to access to an excellent education.  In the long term, we will witness visible transformation within families and communities as men, women and children as empowered with the ultimate prerequisite to success—a good education.

For more information, please contact:

Dr. Valda Slack
Email:  [email protected]

All Programs and Initiatives
Kids USA Initiative EnlightenMEnt Initiative
College and Career Day Pen or Pencil Mentoring Initiative
Annual Scholarship Banquet School Safety Patrol Liaise Initiative
College and Career Day The Family That Stays Initiative
Cultivating Creativity Initiative COGIC RETOOL and EMPLOY
VR Youth Pre-Employment Education PROJECT L.E.A.F.
Church Tutoring Program Literacy Math Pilot
ISACC System Program Tutoring After-Teach

Emma Bowen Foundation

The Emma Bowen Foundation is a National PAID Internship Program.  2013 will mark our 24th year of successfully placing minority students in multi-summer internships at media companies throughout the United States.

We are recruiting minority rising high school seniors and incoming college freshmen.   Qualified applicants should have at least a 3.0 GPA, plan to attend a 4-year college and have an  interest  in  media, communications,  business, engineering, or technology.  Selected recipients are PAID and receive a matching funds scholarship to help pay for college expenses throughout their college years.

Please visit our website for a more detailed description of the program and the application: .

Interested students should complete the application and send all requested materials (transcript, resume, photo, etc.) to the New York Office by January 31, 2013.

Should you have any questions or need more information please contact:

Sandra D. Rice
SVP, Eastern Region and National Recruitment
Emma Bowen Foundation
524 West 57th Street
New York, NY  10019
212-975-2545 (MAIN)
212-975-2597 (DIRECT)
212-975-6014 (FAX)