of the Black Chamber Education Fund shall be to provide guidance,
educational programs, scholarships to youth of Orange County and
Southern California, in order to achieve academic and vocational
successes. The Black Chamber of Commerce of Orange County will support
these educational programs and scholarships.
BRICKS and BRIDGES are very strong symbols but more importantly,
the two acronyms embody the essence of the BCOC Motto, “Visibility,
Credibility, and Loyalty.” BCOC attempts through
two important programs to establish direct interaction, effective
skills modeling, and foster growth in social abilities among program
participants. Providing visible evidence, persistent interaction
to instill confidence or credibility, and unselfishly reaching out
to students to increase self-awareness and mastery of basic business
etiquette and skills, BCOC members shape their own destiny by supporting
future leaders who will reciprocate in kind when their turns arrive.
For more information
regarding the Black Chamber Education Fund, how to apply, how to
get involved, please contact Chuck Moore at 949-936-1789 or CMoore@fullerton.edu.