Walmart and Sam's Club are hosting students from historically Black colleges for a weekend of professional development workshops, job interviews and networking at the first-ever HBCU Student Summit.

The 61 students representing 19 historically Black colleges and universities began arriving in Bentonville on Friday, said Morgan Vazquez, Walmart Inc.'s senior director and head of early career talent acquisition and programs.

Today and Sunday, the students will experience a full slate of activities designed to introduce them to Walmart and Sam's Club's commitment to diversity and the types of career opportunities they offer.


Posted on October 8th, 2022, by Serenah McKay with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette