Black Eye Show “Real Education Programs To Create New African American Leaders”

11/11/2012 (press release: BRWHITE) // Voorhees, New Jersey, United States // Show Executive Producer

William Goodloe, President & CEO of Sponsors for Educational Opportunity will be a special guest on The Black Eye Show.

Host of the Black Eye Show, B.R. White, will be interviewing William Goodloe, President & CEO of Sponsors for Educational Opportunity Saturday, November 17, 2012 from 11am – 12pm EST on the Black Eye Show.

B.R. White, host of the Black Eye Show, wants to focus on real solution to help African American youth focus on education and obtain success in their lives. To launch this conversation special guest CEO William Goodloe will outline the ongoing efforts of Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (SEO) in helping students obtain focused and targeted support enhancing their options for success through the exceptional SEO programs. This Saturday’s show will focus SEO’s Scholars, Careers and Alternative Investments programs. Listeners will be able to call into the live show and discuss the issues with the dynamic CEO directly. Listeners can connect with the show “Live” using any telephone by calling (424) 675-8263. The show can be streamed live over the Internet by going to or .

SEO is a national nonprofit organization based in New York City, with offices in London, England. William has gained widespread recognition for creating and enhancing comprehensive programs that prepare young people for leadership roles in society. Founded in 1963, SEO serves more than 1,000 young people each year. The SEO Scholars Program prepares high potential NYC public high school students to earn entry and excel at competitive colleges. The SEO Career Programs recruit and train college students for summer internships that typically lead to full-time employment and careers in the most competitive industries worldwide.

About the Host and Author

B.R. White (“B”) is the author of The Glass In My Throat which is his summarized 25 year documented journey of growing up African American and poor in Yonkers New York and transforming his live into being a successful entrepreneur and technology executive.

The Black Eye Show airs Saturday’s, 11am EST – 12:00 EST and the Live call-in number is (424) 675-8263. The Black Eye Show is focused on elevating and not intimidating listeners while creating a national platform to share the types of information needed to help families better understand today’s life challenging environment.

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