NEWSLETTERS & EVENT CALENDAR
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Our sixth newsletter is a call for support for our college students, who, this fall, are involved in student activism to change their campuses. We also introduce you to our pilot mini-grant program, reintroduce to our dedicated board members, and remind you of our mission and vision.
CREED Newsletter, Winter 2015.pdf
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In our fifth newsletter, we learn more about our Meadville students, Demarius Newsome and Tyler Banks, learn from Exec. Board member Crystal Austin Seymore, and introduce our newest board member, Mrs. Khristian King.
CREED College Readiness Program, Winter [...]
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This is the fourth newsletter produced by CREED and features advice from Dr. DaNine J. Fleming, Asst. Professor & Director of Training and Intercultural Education at the Medical University of South Ca
CREED Newsletter, Fall 2013, Final Web c[...]
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This is the third newsletter produced by CREED and features an advice column by Mr. Vincent Briley, Asst. Dean of Academic Advising and Testing at Scott Community College.
3rd Newsletter-final revision.
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Spring CREED Newsletter with advice for students and parents about visiting college campuses. Guest writer, Dr. Rick Hall, VP Student Affairs, Oklahoma City University.
2nd CREED Newsletter.pdf
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This first CREED newsletter introduces our website guests to the program, discusses our hopes for our students, and focuses on our goals. Features CREED board.
1st CREED Newsletter.pdf
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Newsome chosen as 1st CREED Nonprofit Management Intern
Demarius Newsome, age 22, is the 1st CREED Undergraduate Nonprofit Management Intern. He is currently a third year student at Hampton University, pursuing a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology with a minor in Leadership Studies through the Dr. William R. Harvey Leadership Institute. He has a pre-law concentration through the Hampton University pre-law Institute, and is matriculating through the Dr. Freddy T. Davy Honors College.
UPDATE: January 4, 2013
"Our 1st Intern, Demarius Newsome, completed his 4 projects and is now readying himself to head back to Hampton University. While an intern, Demarius
provided CREED with a website analysis, build a participant database, did a content analysis of our newsletters, and discovered best practices for small nonprofits relevant to our work with
As a CREED participant and in gratitude for his hard work on his assignments, Mr. Newsome will receive two minigrants that he can us...e at his discretion to help with his travel costs back to school. Demarius is a junior at Hampton, a member of the marching band, and a stellar student. He is a graduate of Meadville Area High School and the grandson of Rev. Berta Newsome Jones of United Faith Fellowship.
He sets a wonderful precedent for CREED students who will follow him in the internship program and is an excellent example for his younger sisters. Join us in thanking Demarius for his contribution to our efforts and for serving as our first intern" (Terrence Mitchell, Facebook Post, 1/4/14).
The Undergraduate Nonprofit Management Internship is a pilot program for which CREED hopes to continue to raise funds to support in future years.
UPDATE: July 20, 2015
Mr. Newsome is now a graduate of Hampton University and will attend Emory Law School this fall on scholarship.
UPDATE: December 30, 2015
Demarius has successfully completed his first semester at Emory Law School and during his first semester penned a thank you essay for CREED donors which will be shared in the spring 2016 newsletter.
UPDATE: July 17, 2019
Demarius is now a practicing lawyer in Atlanta. He is an ardent supporter of CREED and we look forward to his continued success.
Class of 2019
We have so many graduates to be proud of this year. I will start listing them here and if you know of more please add them and their parents or loved ones to the page.
High school graduates for the class of 2019, are, so far: Kioni Kearney (Daughter of Kianga Kearney), Taylin Rollins (Daughter of Tylicia Franklin Rollins), Sydnei Fleming (Daughter of Dr. DaNine Flemi and Mr. Travis Fleming), and Donovan Reid ( Son of the late Tonya Jenkins).
College Graduates are, so far; Rosseau Beavais, graduate of the Africana and Latino Studies department at SUNY Oneonta. Rosseau is a Harlem native headed for the University of Buffalo graduate program. .
Join us in congratulating these young people. We will send out graduation gifts all summer, so add names and parents fb pages as you learn of them. We will provide as many gifts as we can. If you want to help, you can donate for a general student or someone specific. We will get it to them.
Congratulations graduates. So proud of all of you.
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