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Empowering Young Black Males Leadership Mentoring Program

Empowering Young Black Males Leadership Mentoring Program

In this leadership development program, Monmouth University students mentor Neptune High School students to provide support and promote personal and academic achievement. The program also collaborates with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Monmouth & Middlesex County.

Upcoming Events

Please RSVP to William Nicholson by February 28
Phone: 732-759-4714
Email: s1029817@monmouth.edu

EMPOWERING YOUNG BLACK MALES SUMMIT
Saturday, March 7, 2020
10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Pozcyki Hall Room 115
Monmouth University
(Parking available for visitors in Lots: 11, 11A, 14, 18, 23)
Black Males ages 10-18
Lunch and a campus tour will be provided for students and parents.
Please dress comfortably.
Pictured from left: Dr. Vernon Smith, Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director for the Department of Educational Counseling & Leadership, and Dr. Jason Branch, Assistant Professor in the Professional Counseling Department
Pictured from left: Dr. Vernon Smith, Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director for the Department of Educational Counseling & Leadership, and Dr. Jason Branch, Assistant Professor in the Professional Counseling Department
Monmouth University Students Mentor Neptune High School Students

SESSION CALENDAR SPRING 2020
All Tuesday Sessions Scheduled at Monmouth University (Edison Science Hall Room 201)
Lunch- 11:15 – 11:45 a.m.; Programming 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
DATE TOPIC
Tuesday, Jan 28 Panel
Tuesday, Feb 4 Drugs & Alcohol
Tuesday, Feb 11 Conflict Management/Bullying and Assertiveness Training
Tuesday, Feb 25 Decision Making (choices and behavior)
Saturday, Mar 7 Empowering Young Black Males Summit
(Parent(s)/Guardians Invited)
Tuesday, Mar 24 Physical Health
Tuesday, Mar 31 Mental Health Awareness
Tuesday, Apr 21 Transition and Close Out Session

This is a leadership development program geared toward Empowering Young Black Males.

The goal is to provide mentoring opportunities to support and promote personal and academic achievement.

A group of people in a circle talking.
Monmouth University President Dr. Patrick Leahy (pictured rear left) speaks with students during a recent leadership development program session.