Young Leadership Collaboration Program
The Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce created the Young Leadership Collaboration Program (YLC) to increase the number of young people of color interested in becoming the future business leaders in our region.
The participants develop the necessary skills to succeed through personal finance training, exploration into the world of entrepreneurship, business mentorships, and scholarships.
Increase the number of youth who can develop the economic capacities to succeed in creating and maintaining their own wealth
caring and courageous
Participants must be 16 – 23 years old. If selected into the Academy, the student must commit to attend all of the ten sessions and be willing to work with a mentor.
Orientation is mandatory. If under 18 years of age, a parent/guardian must be present during orientation.
- Interest in developing leadership skills
- Interest in Business
- Commitment to attend all sessions
- Willingness to work with a mentor
- 3.0 GPA or higher
The Young Leadership Collaboration will provide students the theoretical and practical tools necessary to be successful in business.
Young Leadership Collaboration
YLC Mentors support the personal, leadership and professional success of SBCC, YLC Scholars during their time in the program
YLC Mentors serve as a program supporter, role model and community leader to help impart growth, skills, and resources in support of the core mission of the Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce, and the students who graduate from this entrepreneurial focused program.
Workshops Level 1 & 2
YLC participants will be closing the Achievement Gap and Creating a Culture of Wealth!