Oliver Scholars holds several events throughout the year. Some support our programs directly, while others present opportunities to for us to connect with Oliver's wide community of supporters, parents, friends, and Alumni. Please consider attending or volunteering at one of the events to get a whole new perspective on our Scholars and our work.
SAVE THE DATE - MAY 23, 2023 This is going to be the party of the year! A celebration of Black and Latinx Excellence! We’ll be honoring two Oliver Scholars Board Trustees. Eric Epstein is doing the work to diversify financial services - particularly private equity. And Terry-Ann Burrell '95, Trustee and Oliver Alumna, is shining as CFO of a major biomedical company. She’s what happens when we encourage young people to Outdream. Outdo. Outshine. Laugh with Comedian Chuck Nice and dance with the legendary @DJ Stretch Armstrong!
I Am My Sisters Keeper: Uplifting girls and women of color Invite your friends, family, and young girls of color, and let's get real about the issues in our young people's lives. Let's tackle self-advocacy, self-imagery, the pressure of social media, education, careers, positive role models, and breaking glass ceilings.Click to Watch Replay
Join Oliver Scholars for another important community conversation on Tuesday, February 21, 2023, at 6 pm on Facebook live, as we discuss the state of wealth in the Black community. Invite your family and friends and let's learn how to build generational wealth, develop multiple streams of income, and create a legacy strategy.Click to Watch Replay
Missed Sunday Supper? No worries! We've got you covered. Click below to watch the replay of Leaders on the frontline. The nonprofit leaders who founded Sunday Supper will gather to discuss most recent events including the Derek Chauvin verdict, shooting of Ma’Khia Bryant and the way forward.Click Here to Watch The Replay!
Join Oliver Scholars for another engaging community conversation during Women's History Month! Share your thoughts as we explore the trials and triumphs of women throughout history and the future possibilities for role of women and girls of color in our nation's past, present, and future.Click Here to View Event
Join Oliver Scholars for another engaging community conversation as we discuss the future of Democracy and its impact in the Black Community. Share your thoughts on how policy, the legislative, judicial, and executive branches can and should work together to advance an anti-racist agenda.Click Here to Watch the Replay