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Annual CCPI Career Day

SBI's Career Day takes place once a year in March. Information about the event is posted on our Facebook page. This year's 2020 Career Day will be on March 18, 2020. If you or your organization would like to participate in an upcoming Career Day, contact us

In addition to Career Day, we have frequent workshops and mentorship opportunities with our members & partners. Contact events@soundbusiness.org for more info.  

Annual Winter Heritage Festival

Our Winter Heritage Festival commemorates the global diversity within A. Phillip Randolph's student body and the Harlem community every year in December; our eight cultural dance ensembles expose different perspectives and performances to the greater New York community.

Come join us this December 12, 2019 at 7:00pm for a night of music and dance to celebrate the global diversity of A. Philip Randolph Campus High School's student body and the Harlem community. The College and Career Preparatory Institute's (CCPI's) eight student cultural dance and theater ensembles celebrate and expose different performances and perspectives to the greater New York area. The performance will be at Randolph High School's auditorium. 

Hope to see you there!

Redefining the Public's Role in Public School: SBI Education Symposium

Redefining the Public’s Role in Public Schools: Assessing the SBI “Inclusive Grassroots Cooperative” Public School Enhancement Model



Please join us at this year's education symposium and networking event. 

When: March 9, 2020 (Time TBD)


Where: Open Society Foundations

             224 W. 57th Street

             New York, NY 10019


Keynote Speaker: Dr. Stella M. Flores, Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Diversity; Associate Professor of Higher Education; Director of Access and Equity, Steinhardt Institute for Higher Education Policy

Panel discussion exploring strategic partnerships and the future of public education with Charles Thompson, Executive Director of Sound Business, Inc., Kwaku Driskell, Program Officer at Robin Hood, Stephanie Akunvabey, Director of Academic Affairs at Kingsborough Community College and other public education advocates. 


Networking lunch starting at noon. 

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