The Center for Neighborhood Enterprise is pleased to announce the selection of the 2016 Center for Neighborhood Enterprise (CNE) Fellows.
Distinguished Experts Helping to Solve Society’s Everyday Problems
The 2016 second-round CNE Fellows are fifteen community leaders and grassroots organizations promoting change and revitalization in their communities with the support of CNE. They are "Transforming Lives, Schools, and Troubled Neighborhoods from the Inside Out." Each Fellow will be awarded seed-funding for a project they have designed to meet the needs of their communities.
Your Sister’s Project area of focus is Education. We have partnered with K.L.E.O. Community Life Center in the Chicago area providing 12 students scholarships to successfully complete Agripreneur simulation to demonstrate proficiency to produce developing business documents. Your Agripreneuer is designed to allow students to apply their Microsoft Office knowledge and skills in an integrated, real-world business settings utilizing Student Minister Dr. Ridgley Muhammad, book, "The Science and Business of Farming vs. The Art and Hobby of Gardening."
Dr. Brother Ridgely Muhammad is presently the Minister of Agriculture and farm manager of a 1600 acre farm in southwest Georgia owned by the Nation of Islam. He is also the Agricultural Economist and Vice-President of the National Black Farmers and Agriculturists Association. He is the founder of the Kemetic Research Institute of Science and Technology located in Bronwood, Ga.
Please feel free to call Sister Jamillah Muhammad, founding executive director at Your Sister's Project, Inc at 773.437.3239 for scholarship registration and information.
Stay posted for individuals and organizations in the Chicago and Pasco, Washington area to be awarded the third round 2016 Center for Neighborhood Enterprise Fellow !
Make your neighborhood a decent place to live..... a divine command from the Honorable Louis Farrakhan .