Former NBA standout George Lynch will host the HBCU Heroes Sports and STEM Camps 2020, in conjunction with the Clark Atlanta Univ. men’s basketball team, per the Atlanta Voice. The camps will take place on Saturday, March 14, 21 and 28 at the school.
The HBCU HEROES clinic will offer sub-clinics throughout each day for boys and girls ages 6-15. NBA and NFL veterans like Terry Cummings and Vonnie Holliday will power the camps from special appearances, pep talks and skills drills.
The STEM clinic, led by WNBA player Niesha Butler, focuses on the introduction to the fundamentals of STEM and its disciplines.
“It is important for those of us who have achieved success to collaborate together, to reach back and show the younger generation what success looks and feels like, beyond what they see on TV,” said Lynch, co-founder of HBCU Heroes.