The HomeGrown STL Networking Breakfasts are convenings of leaders of programs offering services to Black boys and young men in St. Louis city and county. The networking breakfasts are designed for programs primarily serving Black boys and young men and other community service providers interested.

View photos from past networking breakfasts here.

 

A Note About Parking:

Long-term construction is currently taking place on the East End of Washington University in St. Louis Danforth Campus (the side of campus where the Brown School is located). As a result, students, staff, and campus visitors cannot park on the East End of Campus. The name of the closest garage to Brown Hall available for parking is the Danforth University Center (DUC) garage.  Parking is $2.00 for the first two hours, and $2.00 for each additional two-hour block.

Finding us using GPS: Individual buildings on Washington University campus do not have street addresses. However, typing in the following address approximates the location of the Brown School: 6350 Forsyth Ave, St. Louis, MO 63105.

Metro Directions: Washington University in St. Louis is accessible via both MetroLink and MetroBus. The Skinker station (Blue Line) is the closest MetroLink station to the Brown School. Click here to view the MetroLink schedule: metrostlouis.org/metrolink-schedule

The #1 Gold Line, the #2 Red Line, and the Green Line buses also stop on campus. Click here to view the MetroBus schedule: metrostlouis.org/metrobus-schedule

For more information about this event, contact homegrown@wustl.edu