Alliances and Sponsorship Opportunities

Level economic access & opportunity for Black talent

BACE @ Campus Grant Projects

The Black Alliance of Colleges and Employers (BACE) is pleased to meet with colleges and universities regarding grant opportunities to support and advance DEIB for their Black community.

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BACE Corporate Sponsorships

The sponsoring organization(s) along with BACE alliance partners will provide the following opportunities for organizations to promote and educate attendees about their products and services at our events. Whether you are displaying your products virtually, or interacting with industry leaders, your message will reach Black professionals and those looking to support the hiring, retention, development of Black talent.

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BACE Alliance Partner

Wiley Diversity in Research Jobs

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Coming 2023 Black @ Work Summit

Leveling Economic Access and Opportunity for Black Talent
The Summit looks to create a forum of Black scholars and leaders tackling racial inequity in workspace and higher education.

BACE Research Microsite Coming Soon

BACE Campus

The Black Alliance of Colleges and Employers (BACE) diversity, equity and inclusion work varies at the below university sites.

Medgar Evers College at CUNY

North Park University

DePaul University

The Multi-Faith Veterans Initiative (MVI) and Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) announce memorandum of understanding for ...

VetHER
Community, Campus, Incubator

The MVI Women Wellness VetHer project engages women veterans/spouses in the following ways supported by the Multi-Faith Veterans Initiative (MVI), Black Alliance of Colleges and Employers (BACE), Veterans Advocacy Group and Coalition of Veterans Organizations (CVO) with Syracuse University Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF).

VetHER serves women veterans and spouses on the south and west sides of Chicago for career and entrepreneurship development. In the spring of 2022, VetHER expanded to support female veterans on college campuses.