A timeline of events.
NCRF began its service to underserved and underrepresented students in 1999 in response to California Proposition 209, which banned affirmative action policies at state colleges, disrupting the already tenuous relationship between minorities and college admissions. On February 26th of the following year, NCRF hosted the First Annual Black College Expo™, an event that highlights Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s) and other postsecondary institutions to provide admissions and scholarship information to students, parents, and other visitors in attendance.
NCRF Expands its flagship event to additional cities
NCRF begins Tutoring Program
NCRF begins educational consulting, mentoring and college and career planning services
Latino College Expo Emerges
S.T.E.A.M Expo Emerges
The Emergence of the Movement Enrichment program
NCRF partners with Cal States & UC’s to build liquid rocket laboratories and increase diversity in STEM fields. Emergence of STEAM Mobile. Emergence of HBCU/ Ivy League College Tours Program.
NCRF donates STEAM Trailer to Lynwood Unified School District. Emergence of the Student Athlete Program, HBCU Combine & 7on7 Showcase, and The Power Of ME Tour.
Emergence of HBCU Basketball Showcase
NCRF Celebrates 20 years of service!
National College Resources has hosted over 150 College Expos and were forced to cease due to COVID-19 pandemic. Due to this crisis, NCRF’s need to serve students and families emerged Black College Expo LIVE, Graduate School Symposium and Virtual Career Expo-All LIVE Online Virtual Experiences with over 6,000 attendees participating.