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Black History Month Highlight: Stacy Milner, founder of The Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program‘s (EICOP)

This diversity outreach program was launched in partnership with the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU’s) under President Obama’s administration, and every year helps students attending HBCU’s around the country find internships within the entertainment industry. (READ MORE)


Stacy Milner, Founder of The Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program’s HBCU in L.A. Internship Program

The {C} Magazine. Brenda Clemons. 03/14/2019

The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) is a diversity initiative created under the Obama Administration. Every year the Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program (EICOP) partners with HBCU to place students in entertainment industry internships. (READ MORE)


IN THE KNOW

Radio Magazine Show. 02/22/2019

Johnathan Smith(17:59)aka iROBOTFIT is my guest during the magazine’s Health segment. He has been involved in several accidents including being hit by a semi-truck. Find out how he developed his own wellness program when the doctors could not remedy his pain. Stacy Milner(1:02:29)Founder of The Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program‘s (EICOP) talks National Black History Month. She speaks on the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges & Universities under President Obama’s administration during the magazine’s Community Affairs segment. Clarene Mitchell(1:19:35) the magazine’s Community Affairs Segment Contributor is back and talking the various networks that are … (LISTEN TO PROGRAM)


Stacy Milner, The Woman Behind HBCUs in L.A Internship Program, Forges Diversity in Hollywood

Published on Thursday, 14 March 2019 14:57
Written by Brian W. Carter. LA Watts Times.
Stacy Milner cares about Black youth and wants to make sure they have access to the tools necessary to be successful in life. She is also highlighting that path through Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) with her diversity outreach program, Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program (EICOP). (READ MORE)

HBCU L.A. Increases Diversity in Hollywood

By Brian W. Carter Contributing Writer
Published March 7, 2019. LA Sentinel.

Stacy Milner cares about Black youth and wants to make sure they have access to the tools necessary to be successful in life. She is also highlighting that path through Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) with her diversity outreach program, Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program (EICOP). (READ MORE)


From the Bayou to the Big Screen

Southern University Student Selected for Immersive Film & Television Internship


This week, the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA), along with Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program (EICOP), kicked off the second annual HBCU in LA Internship Program with an exciting announcement for one of the more than 2,000 student applicants. (READ MORE)
Source: Motion Picture Association of America,  April 12, 2018.


Stacy Milner (EICOP) is a guest on “LA NEWS ONE NOW,”


November 16, 2017.


Stacy Milner (EICOP), discusses launch of HBCUs in L.A. Internship Program


Source: Los Angeles Sentinel, published November 17, 2016


SAG-AFTRA To Host Launch Of White House Diversity Project

SAG-AFTRA will host Friday’s kickoff of a new internship program designed to put more young African-Americans into Hollywood’s hiring pipeline. Co-sponsored by the White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) and the Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program, the initiative aims to showcase the talents of students at historically black colleges.

Billed as “the first of its kind to take on Hollywood’s pipeline problem,” the program will provide students with an immersive, real-world work experience designed to supplement their studies and prepare them for careers in the entertainment, media and communications industries.

Among those expected to be on hand for the kickoff are Dr. Kim Hunter Reed, deputy under-secretary of the U.S. Department of Education and acting executive director of the White House Initiative on HBCU’s; SAG-AFTRA national executive director David White; Stacy Milner, founder of the Entertainment Industry College Outreach Program, and various federal officials, HBCU presidents, and community leaders.

Source: Deadline Hollywood, October 31, 2016.