Join an international community service driven network of active or retired business and professional women; students attending an accredited college, university or technical institution; youth girls and boys ages 12-18; and men’s auxiliary comprised of husbands, relatives, or friends.
The Vocal Arts Competition for Emerging Artists provides a performance venue for promising young black classical vocalists to showcase their talents and scholarship awards. Local club winners advance to district, and the district winner competes at the NANBPWC National Convention.
The first Saturday in March is designated as NANBPWC, Inc. Women’s History Day. The purpose is to focus on the many contributions made by African American women who have been and are instrumental in advancing education, business, professions, technology, family, and community.
In observance of the NANBPWC, Inc. founders, we present the Sojourner Truth Award (the Association’s highest honor) to an outstanding African American woman.
We actively advocate and serve as an educational resource for critical human rights, health, and education initiatives affecting women of color around the world.
Let’s face it: technology rules the world. Our training for women aims to keep them on the leading edge to increase their value in the workplace.
The World Health Organization defines health as a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being. We share expertise, lead projects that address health issues, and advocate and support community-based health initiatives.
An array of activities designed to improve quality of life, increase cultural awareness, and teach fundamental life skills and problem-solving strategies such as adopting schools, leading college tours, training, and mentoring.
The scholarship program is the foundation of the education focus in the Association. We provide scholarships and serve as a resource and referral hub for other awarding organizations and businesses.