FAQs

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Question:

Does the Trek With Bek Project serve Eco-Savvy Black Women Strategists only?

Answer:

The Trek With Bek Project aim is to ensure that products and services are customized to the interests and needs of eco-savvy black women strategists and networks such as black-owned or operated eco businesses and organizations.


Question:

What African Countries does the Trek With Bek Project currently network with?

Answer:

The African Countries that are being networked with at this time are Ghana and Senegal.

Eco-driven opportunities in Senegal and Ghana are provided through strategic networks only.

Subscribers to the Trek With Bek Newsletter will get the first notice on eco-driven opportunities in Ghana, Senegal and targeted areas in the African Diaspora.

Subscribe and select (Trek With Bek-Africa) for detailed information.

If you are connected with a black-owned or operated eco-business and/or organization.

Subscribe and select (Black Eco-Business & Organization) for detailed information.

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Question:

How does the Trek With Bek Project determine who to work with and what countries to visit?

Answer:

The Trek With Bek Project is evaluated every year. Evaluation determines its effectiveness in equipping black eco-savvy women strategists with methods and eco-driven opportunities to be better strategists in developing and contributing to sustainable solutions.

Networks are sought and evaluated to ensure The Trek With Bek Project is a part of productive networks, especially in Senegal, Ghana and targeted areas within the African Diaspora.

Scheduled travel is created from the lists of networks.


Question:

Is there a cost to post eco-driven opportunities or to apply for them?

Answer:

At this moment no costs are associated with posting or submitting an eco-driven opportunity. In addition, there are no costs associated with applying for any eco-driven opportunities.

Due to this factor, the submitter and applicant are responsible for the application process.

Upon evaluation of this offering, a cost-based referral and applicant system may be used to facilitate the process.


Question:

Do you network with specific colleges/universities in the United States, Ghana & Senegal?

Answer:

The Trek With Bek Project has on ongoing effort to strengthen networks with Florida HBCUs that have environmentally based programs

Bethune Cookman University

Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University