The Success Institute of America, Inc. (SIA)
in Collaboration with
The Southern Christian Leadership Conference
of New Mexico (SCLCNM) is sponsoring the
African American Youth Leadership Program .
We are looking for individuals with a strong desire to be successful community leaders. We are seeking African American University of New Mexico Students, with a 2.5 GPA or higher, who understand the commitment and drive it takes to make a difference in their community. Those with the passion it takes to explore this opportunity to the fullest extent.
All applications must be received before the April 15, 2022, deadline to be considered. The application and all contents therein will be shared with the SIA and SCLCNM for review and rating. By applying, you certify that the information provided is correct to the best of your knowledge, and acknowledge that other terms and conditions may apply.
The Success Institute of America is a training and human resource development company dedicated to performance improvement in the workplace. We provide the process to techniques that help individuals develop skills and attitudes necessary to achieve a high degree of success personally and professionally.
The Southern Christian Leadership Conference of New Mexico is part of the national organization, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), which was started by the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1957. SCLC has always included eradicating classism and racism wherever it exists. The organization also works to ensure economic justice and civil rights in discrimination and affirmative action.
SCLCNM strives to be a voice for the lost, the least, and the left out. We believe in bringing about equality for all people,which is a continuing goal of the organization.
This internship program was developed to help graduating college students develop the leadership skills needed to be successful in today’s workplace environment and perhaps a job opportunity upon graduation. The program begins in the junior year of college in order to include preparation workshops before starting the internship and to help them become successful upon entering their formal career.
Must be an African American junior at the University of New Mexico
· Have a GPA of 2.5 or higher
· Available to work in the summer and/or during the school year
· Application and essay must be completed by April 15, 2022, by 12:00 midnight
· Please submit your packet (PDF or Word Doc) to: firstname.lastname@example.org