FAQ’s

What is SNCBAA?

The State of Nevada Council on Black American Affairs (SNCBAA) is an affiliate of the Western Region Council on Black American Affairs (WRCBAA), the National Council on Black American Affairs (NCBAA), and a council of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC). SNCBAA is the first of its kind in the State of Nevada working collaboratively with educational, business, and public service institutions with compatible goals to improve educational opportunities for Black American students and professional development opportunities for Black American faculty, staff and administrators.

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Why should I become a member?

You wish to supports the purposes, programs and activities of the SNCBAA.

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Is the SNCBAA focused only on African Americans?

Yes, the State of Nevada Council on Black American Affairs serves as a collaborative voice, promoting the academic success of African American students, faculty, staff and administrators.

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How are board members selected?

Current board members nominate future board members when openings on the board become available.

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What programs does SNCBAA offer?

Developing collaborative relationships with educational, business, and public service institutions with compatible goals.

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Does SNCBAA sponsor any events?

Yes, networking events that maximize the achievement of career goals for African American/Black students, faculty, staff, and administrators.

 

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