The PCF was founded in 2000 and since that time has served countless African - American entrepreneurs and students with our two flagship programs, Emerging Entrepreneurs and PC Scholars.
Here is a brief overview of our current programming:
Emerging Entrepreneurs (EE): Began in 2000 in partnership with Baldwin-Wallace College, the EE program provides intense high-level classroom instruction for African -American small business owners. Participants meet once a month for 10 months with classes facilitated by members of The Presidents' Council, Baldwin-Wallace College professors and other community partners.
PC Scholars Program (PCSP): This program, which works with 10 th, 11 th and 12 th graders from the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, is designed to produce the next generation of entrepreneurs and leaders for our community. Students have bi - monthly sessions focused on leadership, academic achievement, career preparedness and life skills.
Mission: The Presidents' Council Foundation (PCF) focuses on research and education in Northeast Ohio's African-American community.
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