Coast Guard Chapter of Blacks In Government

Coast Guard Chapter

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BIG Coast Guard Chapter (CGC) Superstars In Public Service

2020 Mentor of the Year

Latrice Smith, CG Appropriations Manager and CGC Secretary was selected as the 2020 Savoy Mentor of the Year!  Latrice will be honored at the 25th Annual Gala on March 11, 2020, Everybody Wins DC (EWDC). 

Latest News & Events

Coronavirus update

Coast Guard chapter Scholarship program

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Coronavirus update

Coast Guard chapter Scholarship program

Due to unforeseen circumstances we are not accepting scholarship applications for the 2019-2020 school term. We anticipate accepting applica...

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Every 3rd Tuesday

General member meeting - all are welcome

12pm - 1pm

Coast Guard Headquarters

Event Details

Every 3rd Tuesday

General member meeting - all are welcome

We invite you to join us for our monthly meeting, every 3rd Tuesday of the month.


Conference Call-In: 515-606-5381

Access Code: 834986#


12pm - 1pm

Coast Guard Headquarters

Every 2nd Tuesday

elected officers & Chairs meeting

12pm - 1pm

Coast Guard Headquarters

Event Details

Every 2nd Tuesday

elected officers & Chairs meeting

Conference Call-In: 515-606-5381

Access Code: 834986#



12pm - 1pm

Coast Guard Headquarters

ABOUT

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Our Chapter

Our Chapter

Our Chapter

For more  than 16 years The Coast Guard Chapter of Blacks In Government has supported EQUITY in all aspects  of American life, EXCELLENCE in public service, and OPPORTUNITY for all  Americans.  

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BIG History

Our Chapter

Our Chapter

Blacks In Government® (BIG) was  established in 1975 and incorporated in 1976 by a small group of African  Americans at the Public Health Services which is a part of the  Department of Health, Education and Welfare in the Parklawn building in  Rockville, Maryland.. BIG has been a national response to  the need for African Americans in public service to organize around  issues of mutual concern and use their collective strength to confront  workplace and community issues.

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Our Mission

Our Chapter

Our Mission

To promote professionalism and advocate  excellence, equity and opportunity among Blacks in the United States  Coast Guard and Civil Service. Develop and promote programs which will  enhance ethnic pride and educational opportunities by networking our  resources together to address issues of mutual concern.