Minority Male Initiative

Committed to closing achievement gaps between its male learners, Broward College continues to find new ways to provide sustained support to underserved students. The Minority Male Initiative focuses on supporting completion goals, as well as, improving persistence and retention rates among these students.

Events & Activities

MMI MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
The mentoring program is designed to positively impact student success of Broward College minority males through deliberate and intentional interactions between students and campus community (via Peer Academic Leader (PAL) Program, Ignite Luncheon Series and networking opportunities).

PIPELINE TO BROWARD COLLEGE
The pipeline to Broward College features the Pre-College Summer Leadership Institute and Empowerment and Leadership Summits. The institute is for high school minority male students (grades 10-12); while the summits extend to middle school aged students of which both populations are part of Broward County Public School’s Mentoring Tomorrow’s Leaders and the 5000 Role Models of Excellence program.

TEACHING & ADVISING MINORITY MALES IN COMMUNITY COLLEGES PDD SERIES
A professional development series that highlights evidence-based strategies which improve outcomes for underserved populations in community colleges.

FUTURE LEADERS SUCCESS CONFERENCE
This event brings together minority male students and community stakeholders to support the educational and professional aspirations of minority male students by featuring local and nationally recognized experts in achievement equity.

Campus Faculty/Staff Member Peer Academic Leader GIM Meeting Location
North Prof. Jason Aiken
jaiken1@broward.edu
Romario Haye
rhaye@broward.edu
Every Tuesday
Virtual
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Central AD Joseph Metts
jmetts@broward.edu
Vacant Every Wednesday
Virtual
2 p.m. - 3 p.m.
South Phillip Davis
pdavis1@broward.edu
David King
dayvidkeeng@gmail.com
Every Tuesday
Virtual
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.

Interest Questionnaire

For more information email: mmi@broward.edu

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