- African American Market Unit
- Supplier Diversity Program
- New York Life Announces Recipients of the Fifth Annual Cirilo A. McSween – New York Life - Rainbow PUSH Excel Scholarship
- New York Life Announces Recipients of the Fourth Annual Cirilo A. McSween - New York Life - Rainbow/Push Excel Scholarship
- Third Annual Award - New York Life Marks 50th Year Since Cirilo McSween Became First African-American Agent
- Second Annual Award Honors Seven High–Performing College Students
- First Annual Cirilo A. McSween New York Life Rainbow/PUSH Excel Scholarship Recipients
- New York Life and Rainbow/PUSH Coalition Launch Scholarship Program Benefiting Disadvantaged Students
- New York Life Foundation Funds Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Internship Program for 44 Students - 2008
- Students Participate In Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Internship Program - 2007
- Participants in Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Internship Program Recognized - 2006
- $10 Million Grant From New York Life to Support Expansion of Colin Powell Center For Policy Studies At CCNY - 2006
- African American Market Conference Reconizes Pioneers, Embraces Future
- New York Life Announces First National Cultural Markets Conference for Agents and Managers
- New York Life Foundation Awards $600,000 To Schomburg Center’s Junior Scholars Program - 2005
- New York Life Launches Unique Interactive Feature on its Educational Web site, www.slaveryinamerica.org
- New York Life Sponsors Educational Web Site About Jim Crow Era
New York Life is proud to serve the African American community. Here at New York Life, we are deeply committed to providing products and services to help African Americans build their financial foundations and achieve their financial goals.
In addition, New York Life provides grants through the New York Life Foundation to organizations that give children the nurturing they need and the education they deserve. Support of organizations like the Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture, the Harlem Educational Activities Fund and the Congressional Black Caucus Internship Program for mentoring and educational enrichment, have also enabled New York Life to play a prominent role in not only providing for the community, but in supporting education of the African American community as well.
Click on the links below to learn about New York Life’s commitment to the African American community.
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