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Upcoming Events

Save the Date- NFBPA Boston Business Meeting-October 3rd, 2019

Past Events

Graduate Education Opportunities in Public Affairs

Thursday, November 8th, 2018

Join members and friends of the Boston chapter of NFBPA and the Department of Public Policy and Affairs at University of Massachusetts Boston to learn more about Graduate education opporutnites in public policy, public administration, and public managment. 

Featured Speakers: Amy Smith. Andrew King, & Rachelle Jeanty

 

Questions about the event email: president@nfbpaboston.org

Organizing for Community Action: Responses to Climate Change in Boston's neighborhoods

Thursday, January 24th, 2019

Join NFBPA Boston chapter along with Universify of Massachusetts Boston, Greenovate Boston and Sustainable Solutions Lab for a conversation on organizing for community action and response to climate change in Boston.

Featured Speakers: David Corbie, Greenovate Boston and Paul Kirshen, Sustainable Solutions Lab, University of Massachusetts Boston

Millennial Men of Color: Careers in Public Service for Local Impact and Social Change

Thursday April 11, 2019

Join NFBPA Boston to discuss careers in public service that will have a local impact and ignite social change.

Featured Speakers: Luidgi LaLanne, Simon Haile, Yves Lamitie, Vanel Lamour

For questions about this event and other previous events contact: president@nfbpaboston.org

Annual Holiday Celebration

Thursday, December 13th, 2018

Join NFBPA Boston for the annual holiday celebration! Appetizers will be provided. Please bring a gift donation.

For questions about this event and other previous events contact: president@nfbpaboston.org 

Night out at the ICA

Thursday, September 12th, 2019

Mark your calendar for an evening of art, conversation, food and drink. The Boston chapter of the National Forum for Black Public Administrators will sponsor an evening of art and fellowship at the Institute for Contemporary Art Boston. This event will feature a guided tour of the exhibits by the African-American artist Nina Chanel Abney as well as the Argentinian artist Vivian Suter. After the tour, we will have light refreshments at a nearby restaurant

 

For questions about this event and other previous events contanct president@nfbpaboston.org

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