BOSS has been selected for the Super Bowl LVI Legacy Program –“Champions Live Here”. We are one of the 56 local-non-profit organizations recognized for making a transformative impact in underserved communities across the Los Angeles region. In partnership with the LA84 Foundation, the Play Equity Fund, and the National Football
In honor of “Giving Tuesday,” the Los Angeles Rams players are awarding $750,000 to 25 non-profits focused on social justice across the greater Los Angeles region. The Rams invited 25 social justice non-profits to share with the players information about their work, those they serve and how the players could be of the greatest assistance. After listening and
Our BOSS Coders team was awarded the Peoples’ Choice Award at the 2020 MIT App Inventor Global Hackathon for Good. The team’s Safe Encounter mobile app (with 6 discrete functions) was built by first-time coders coached and mentored by Black engineers from CISCO and Oracle.
BOSS student athlete Jakob Brannon, a 7 th grade student-athlete (soccer/track) at Newcomb Academy in Long Beach and BOSS founder Everett Glenn were among the 4 mentoring pairs selected by the Los Angeles Lakers and the Los Angeles Lakers Youth Foundation as winners of the 4th Annual Mentoring Road Trip
A group of 12 BOSS™ student athletes, our “travel team” if you will, were guests of the Dodgers’ regional broadcast network, (Spectrum) SportsNet LA for the Dodgers’ game against the KC Royals on Sunday, July 9, 2017. The boys were treated to a “behind the scenes” experience at Dodgers Stadium
24 th Annual Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce Economic Awards Dinner BOSS™ Student Athlete of the Month Clark Phillips joined ESP Educational & Leadership Executive Director Everett Glenn for the awards gala, where an amazing array of individuals and corporations were honored for their contributions to the