Underwriting Opportunities



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Underwriting Opportunities

  • Employment Services
  • Date
  • Description
  • Estimated Cost
  • Comments
  • Logistics
  • Career Fair
  • Mid-career Professionals and Executives
  • September 15th
  • Career fair involving all Corporate Partners, across industries. A summary listing of opportunities by function (marketing, sales, HR, Finance) and/or Company name will be prepared for attendees. Expected number of Companies participating is 18.
  • $1,800 Exhibitor Fee for non-Partners
  • This event should generate over 350 mid and executive level attendees. Each exhibitor will have an independent booth area for recruiting.
  • Event scheduled from 3:00 PM until 8:00 PM.
  • Executive Development Series
  • Program Series: Senior Executives
  • October
  • Executive development programs are developed for members achieving VP+ level years of practical work experience. The programs take the format of panel discussion and Q&A. The program content is geared toward career management issues and training needs of senior managers.
  • $3,500
  • This event should generate over 100 executive attendees. An hour of informal cocktails is planned from 6:00PM until 7:00PM.
  • Corporate Partners typically participate as panelists and/or moderators.
  • Venue hosts needed. Event scheduled from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM.
  • Professional Development Series
  • June
  • Professional development programs are designed for all members, but typically attract those with less than 8 years of practical work experience. The programs are customized to provide educational and leadership training.
  • $3,500
  • This event should generate 100- 200 attendees.
  • Corporate Partners typically participate as panelists and/or moderators.
  • Venue hosts needed. Event scheduled from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM

Underwriting Opportunities

  • Student Relations
  • Scholarship Competition
  • Student Members
  • Scholarships awarded:
  • December
  • Our scholarship program annually disperses awards to PhD, MBA and undergraduates scholarships to top candidates identified through an annual essay competition.
  • Recipients are selected based upon their written response to an essay topic, level of extra curricular activity and community involvement.
  • Deadline Nov 15.
  • Open
  • Scholarships will be awarded on December 7th at our 17th Annual Scholarship and Awards banquet (Black-Tie).
  • Scholarships will be in the Corporate Partner’s Company name and acknowledged in our printed materials and Newsletters.
  • Underwrite a graduate scholarship: $3,000; or undergraduate $1,000 scholarship.
  • Summer Intern Reception
  • Student Members; recent MBA graduates
  • July/ August
  • Support group and networking event for MBA summer interns with employment in New York (students from Universities in and outside of New York).
  • Corporate speakers from executive level and HR needed.
  • $3,500
  • This annual event enables students to hear from host corporate executives on how summer internships can turn into full employment.
  • Venue host needed.
  • Event held from 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM.

Underwriting Opportunities

  • Scholarships
  • Name of Program
  • Membership Targeted
  • Date
  • Description
  • Cost
  • Comments
  • Logistics
  • Mid -Year Fund Raiser (Professional Mixer)
  • All Members
  • June
  • The Membership & Corporate Partner reception to raise funds for scholarship recipients at the undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. levels. A portion of the evening will also be used to update the membership on our mid-year accomplishments.
  • $5,000
  • Expected number of attendees is 200, reception format.
  • Requires 1-2 Corporate Sponsors to host the Reception.
  • Underwriting cost of $5,000 for venue and related expenses.
  • Event held from 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM.
  • 17th Annual Scholarship and Awards Dinner & Reception
  • (Black-tie Optional)
  • All Members
  • December 7th
  • The 17th Annual Scholarship and Awards Dinner and Reception will highlight our year of success. We will award scholarships at the undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D. levels.
  • Chapter award recipients will acknowledge leaders in our membership and the New York community at-large, including Corporate Partner of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year, MBA of the Year, Community Service Award and Cultural Achievement Award.
  • $15,000
  • Partner Table for 10 is $6,000
  • Underwriting opportunities available for:
  • Venue (300 people)
  • Food & drinks
  • Entertainment
  • Master of Ceremonies
  • Key note speaker
  • Gifts for Silent Auction
  • Ad space in Journal
  • Scholarship donations
  • Require 1-3 Corporate Partners to off-set total expense.
  • Event held from 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM.
  • Chapter Journal
  • All Members
  • December 7th
  • The Chapter Journal is an annual publication that summarizes the accomplishments and success of the Chapter. The annual scholarship and civic award designees are acknowledged in this publication.
  • The Journal is distributed to members, Corporate Partners and event attendees at the Scholarship & Awards banquet.
  • $5,000
  • Outside Back Cover $700
  • Inside Front/Back Cover $600
  • Gold Page $500
  • Silver Page $400
  • White Page $200
  • Half Page $150
  • Quarter Page $ 75
  • Business Card $ 50
  • Student Ad $ 25
  • Underwriting printing cost of journal is $5,000.
  • Requires that multiple Corporate Partners advertise in Journal.

Underwriting Opportunities

  • Economic Development
  • Name of Program
  • Membership Targeted
  • Date
  • Description
  • Cost
  • Comments
  • Logistics
  • Business Advisory Program
  • Program Series: All Professionals and Entrepreneurs
  • November
  • BAP is designed to assist local small businesses in Harlem/ Brooklyn communities via one-on-one technical assistance and educational programming.
  • The programming seeks to encourage our members to have more active involvement in economic reinvestment initiatives.
  • $3,500
  • The programs should generate approximately 75 attendees.
  • Corporate Partners typically participate as panelists and or moderators.
  • Venue hosts needed. Programs scheduled from 6:00 PM until 9:00PM
  • Urban Enterprise Initiative
  • Program Series: Senior Professionals and Entrepreneurs
  • * Advisory dates scheduled amongst consulting team with businesses directly
  • The Initiative is going into its 4th year of public service. It is sponsored by the William Jefferson Clinton Foundation. The objective is to assist small businesses with 12+ years of operating history to build capabilities and secure financing for growth.
  • In prior years, our members committed 16-22 months of volunteer service to help 10 businesses develop strategies and to implement those strategies.
  • Open
  • The programs should generate approximately 40 volunteers with substantial business expertise and consulting skills.
  • Gift-in-kind donations for businesses.
  • Personal Finance / Wealth Management Workshop
  • Workshop: Open to
  • All Members
  • TBD
  • Workshop developed with relevant content for both individual investors and small businesses. Discussion of strategies and tactics for wealth accumulation and investment.
  • $3,500
  • The programs should generate approximately 125 attendees.
  • Corporate sponsors are panelists for the workshop.
  • Venue host needed.
  • Program scheduled from 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM

Underwriting Opportunities

  • Name of Program
  • Membership Targeted
  • Date
  • Description
  • Cost
  • Comments
  • Logistics
  • Leaders of Tomorrow- Youth Mentoring Program
  • All Members
  • June
  • The Leaders of Tomorrow program is designed to make African-American high school students aware of the economic and social advantages of graduating from high school and continuing their education. The program provides resources to marginally academic performing high-school students who have leadership potential.
  • At the end of the six-month program, qualifying students will be awarded acceptance to and funding for the “College Bound Tour”- “College Bound Tour” – an eight-day tour of historically black colleges and universities and universities.
  • NBMBAA members serve as mentors to young students.
  • $10,000
  • Contributions will be used for the following:
  • Instructional materials
  • SAT preparation course subsidy (gift certificate)
  • Graduation ceremony for 75 students
  • Graduation gift for all students (magazines, books), and fees for guest speakers
  • Cost to send students on a college tour
  • Underwrite a student to attend the college tour ($500 per student)

Underwriting Opportunities

  • Cultural Affairs
  • Name of Program
  • Membership Targeted
  • Date
  • Description
  • Cost
  • Comments
  • Logistics
  • All Members
  • TBD
  • Scholarship fund raiser to support of the Chapter’s Leaders of Tomorrow Programs. The Weekend Golf Outing culminates with an awards program to honor the golf winners.
  • A Golf Clinic is part of the event and provides a networking opportunity for our members and Corporate Partners.
  • $8,000
  • Expected number of attendees is 80.
  • Requires 1 - 2 Corporate Sponsors to host the outing.
  • Underwriting cost of $8,000 for welcome reception and awards dinner.
  • Event held from 2:00 PM - 8:00 PM.
  • Cultural Affairs Night – Social Mixers
  • All Members
  • TBD
  • Cultural affairs event held at a museum, or other social venue. The theme of the event might be a jazz brunch, museum tour, film screening, or general social mixer/ reception.
  • $3,000
  • These events are coordinated with other minority organizations in the City. Expected number of attendees is 150 - 200.
  • Underwriting cost of $3,000 for venue and related expenses. Event held from 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM.
  • Metro New York Chapter Hospitality Suite
  • All Members
  • National Conference: Atlanta, GA
  • September 28, 29
  • The New York Chapter Hospitality Suite welcomes members and Corporate Partners to the national conference in Atlanta by providing refreshments in a casual atmosphere during several evenings.
  • $3,500
  • Expected number of attendees is 300 - 400 people over the course of the 2-days.
  • Venue host needed. Donations of alcohol product, refreshments, entertainment.

Underwriting Opportunities

  • Membership
  • Name of Program
  • Membership Targeted
  • Date
  • Description
  • Cost
  • Comments
  • Logistics
  • All Members
  • 2 Meetings: TBD
  • General meeting of the general membership to report on the status of the Chapter’s finances, operations, and progress in meeting the Chapter’s strategic objectives.
  • This year we will also have a candid, open forum discussion with a Corporate Partner executive at each meeting on a topic related to career development or an industry issue.
  • $2,500
  • This annual event enables members to hear from host corporate executives on specific industry issues or on a career advancement topic. Expected attendance of 80 - 100 attendees.
  • Venue host needed. Event held from 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Corporate Partner Executive speakers needed.
  • Marketing & Communications
  • Website Design & Development
  • All Members
  • Ongoing
  • The Chapter Website is not only a vehicle of communication with our members regarding organizational information, it is also a vehicle for our Corporate Partners to communicate with and advertise to our members. www.nyblackmba.org
  • Design: $5,000
  • Upkeep: $2,400 per Year
  • Advertising Opportunities
  • Sponsor Product / Service Advertising
  • Web Site Corporate Logo Posted with Link
  • Email Marketing
  • Employment Listings
  • Entrepreneur Directory
  • Donation or gift-in-kind contribution of web-site technical support and services needed.
  • Chapter Newsletter: “The Bottom Line”
  • All Members
  • 1 - 2 hard copies per year; 1 - 2 electronic version.
  • The Chapter newsletter, The Bottom Line, is distributed to members, Corporate Partners and event attendees to inform them of the quarterly events and accomplishments of the Chapter.
  • Advertising opportunity for Corporate Partners.
  • $3,000
  • Active Corporate Partners are typically featured in our Newsletters.
  • Underwriting of cost for print production needed.


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