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Invest in the Future

Our supporters know that an investment in CBCF is an investment in the future, from training the next generation of leaders to sponsoring research and policy issues that affect our communities.

The summer that I spent as a CBCF intern was the most rewarding time of my life.

Lanier Avant—CBCF Intern, Summer 1999

Media Center

Welcome to CBCF’s Media Center, the place to find the latest information and updates on the foundation’s positions, programs, events and more. Here you will find links to a variety of resources and multimedia files to help you report news on CBCF. We offer press kits, news releases, public service announcements, radio spots and expert statements.


Policy for The People

Policy for the People Health Equity Summit

The Health Equity Summit provides attendees the opportunity to engage in in-depth discussion with subject-matter experts along with business leaders and members of the Congressional Black Caucus.

May 23

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The Mervyn L. & Stephanie Tubbs Memorial Scholarship Classic

The Scholarship Classic is a powerful golf tournament and networking event, back in-person for the first time since 2019, that provides financial support to more than 500 students across the country who demonstrate exemplary leadership, commitment to community service, and academic talent.

June 25

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Annual Legislative Conference

Join us at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for five days of premium programming and signature events including the Prayer Breakfast, National Town Hall, Phoenix Awards, and Black Party.

September 20

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Join Our Team

At the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, it’s not just about finding a job; it’s about joining a team that shares your passion for making a difference in the lives of millions. CBCF attracts the best and the brightest applicants who are passionate about informing public policy, educating the next generation of leaders, and empowering communities through innovative leadership development, public health and economic revitalization programs.

Be a CBCF Volunteer!

We appreciate your interest in volunteering at ALC. At this time, we are no longer accepting volunteer applications for ALC. Volunteer applications will reopen in October!

Volunteers are critical to the success of CBCF programs and events. If you are interested in being considered for the CBCF Volunteer Program, Apply Today!

CBCF consistently attracts a valuable corps of volunteers who partner with us to share their skills and abilities in assistance to others. Our volunteers represent varied professions and backgrounds: project managers, school administrators, computer trainers, executive directors, doctors, students and entrepreneurs. More importantly, our volunteers identify with our mission and connect with us to make a difference while contributing to community service.

We offer several opportunities for you to engage in a productive, collaborative and fun-loving volunteer environment. Opportunities include:

  • Volunteering for events;
  • Special programs;
  • Varied business function.

If you are available and interested in volunteering to strengthen the Annual Legislative Conference (ALC) or other CBCF events or special projects, apply to join the CBCF team. This is an excellent way to meet new people and gain more experience.

NOTE: Applicants are screened based on functionality and availability to serve. Acceptance is subject to approval and is not guaranteed.

Lifting Up, Leading Forward

Volunteering with ALC is a powerful means of engaging people around solutions to some of the challenges facing the African American community.