I Am My Brothers Keeper
November 6, 2015 - Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley Campus
December 3, 2015 - Metropolitan Community College-Longview Campus
The Am I My Brother’s Keeper Leadership conference provides an academic and leadership development experience for current and emerging high school and collegiate African American and Latino men, with an emphasis on post-secondary access and persistence, citizenship, leadership training, and development. The conference is designed to address the many issues that face African-American and Latino men on their respective campuses and in their high schools. These issues include but are not limited to; career exploration and networking; retention; academic success; male/female relationships; health in the community; financial management; and most importantly dealing with issues of civility and responsibility of mentoring young African American and Latino males in our communities. AIMBK offers a comprehensive training and personal development to assure that our future leaders are well prepared to make a difference and succeed academically.
On behalf of the Metropolitan Community College we would like to invite you to the “Am I My Brother’s Keeper” African American and Latino Male High School and Collegiate Leadership Conference, on Friday, November 6, 2015 - Metropolitan Community College-Penn Valley Campus, and Thursday, December 3, 2015 - Metropolitan Community College-Longview Campus.
The “Am I My Brother’s Keeper” Leadership Conference is designed to address issues facing African American and Latino males in their communities and African American and Latino male leadership roles and responsibilities in high school and on college campuses. Special focus will be placed on initiatives that can be worked through orientation, mentoring and program development for student leaders.
This means that this conference is also designed for high school young men focusing on college preparation and emerging leaders that are looking for resources and programs that will assist them with issues like civility, relationship building, responsibility to the community, and of course academic success.
We look forward to your participation in the “Am I My Brother’s Keeper” Leadership Conference. It is our hope to provide you and your delegation with a valuable experience that meets the needs of your organizations. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at Robert.Page@mcckc.edu or Eric Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org.