Monthly Workshops for Entrepreneurs
Orlando Black Expo offers workshops every 2nd Wednesday of every month. Workshops vary each month and conducted by Orlando Black Expo, experts, and partner business organizations.

Monthly Networking Mixer
Orlando Black Expo is proud to sponsor a monthly networking social every 3rd Friday of every month to help grow your network.

Orlando Youth Business Center
Orlando Youth Business Center (OYBC) conducts one of the most innovative and immersive leadership-training programs for youth in the marketplace today. Our experiential learning model prepares young people to be successful in a business environment and provides them with role models and resources to be successful. Our mission is to expose youth to business theory and principles through our experiential learning model. We work primarily with high school students, and we serve a very diverse population of young people.

OYBC gives high school students from all background exposure to the world of business a simulating and interactive program.

Youth Entrepreneur workshops
Youth entrepreneurship workshops implemented into junior high and high schools to encourage entrepreneurship to those students who have ever thought about starting their own business or have the next bright business idea.

Orlando Youth Business Camp
Students learn about the world of high-level corporate finance through our merger and acquisition simulation. Students are advised by attorneys, accountants, investment bankers and many other executives to understand the mechanics of these business transactions. Our “summer intensive” camps serve as the entry point into the year-round Youth Business Leadership Development Program curriculum. The summer culminates with the Wall Street Conference for Teens in one of the most exciting financial city in America.

Orlando College Reach Program (OCROP)
This program’s primary objective is to strengthen the education motivation and preparation of low-income and educationally disadvantaged students 7 through 12, representing various cultural backgrounds, who “otherwise would be unlikely seeking admission to a community college, state college, or independent postsecondary institution with exceptional support and recruitment efforts.”

Orlando Black Expo Scholarship Fund
High school seniors and college undergraduates chose on the basis of academic achievement and financial need, with preference given to first-generation collegians. The scholarship program is a significant contribution to Central Florida scholars experiencing the opportunity to advance their career objectives and pursue a higher quality of life.