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WHAT IS EICOP?

The Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program (EICOP) is a non-profit educational arts workforce development program. We are dedicated to educating, training, and recruiting the best and brightest diverse student leaders from our nation’s Historically Black Colleges, Universities (HBCUs) and other Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) for careers across all aspects of the entertainment, media, sports, music and technology industries.

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About HBCU IN LA, HBCU in NY and HBCU in ATL (HBCU in LA|NY|ATL)

In 2017 under the Obama administration, EICOP joined forces with the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities and launched its signature program, HBCU in LA.

The HBCU in LA, HBCU in NY, and HBCU in ATL Internship Programs provide a select group of diverse student leaders the opportunity to participate in a paid 8-10-week immersive internship. Providing experience essential for launching and leveraging a career inside Hollywood’s coveted inner circle.

The program focuses on placing talented students in competitive internships with major studios, networks, production and talent agencies.

OUR IMPACT

Making a Difference

12.5k

Applicants

50+

Schools Reached

25+

Industry Partners

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Happy Black History Month! #hbcuinla #eicop #blackhistorymatters #hbcupride ...

CHECK THIS OUT: NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (@NFMLA) is hosting its February Monthly Film Festival and celebrating Black History Month with their annual InFocus: Black Cinema Program!

Join NFMLA as they spotlight Black stories and emerging Black talent in front of and behind the camera across two shorts programs and a spectrum of genres, along with director Stuart McClave’s debut feature documentary ‘On The Line: The Richard Williams Story.’

Featuring nuanced stories of loss and joy, this complex portrait of the father of Venus and Serena Williams, and a visually rich exploration of connection, community, and identity, makes this a Festival you won't want to miss! For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.NFMLA.org/events
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If you haven’t heard, there’s going to be a new HBCU IN LA cohort taking over LA & NY all Summer 2023!
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Acceptance and declined emails are currently being sent out in waves and once the selection team has finalized their decision, all applicants will receive an email with their status.
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We can’t wait to introduce you all to our latest cohort!

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