On Feb. 25, three students from the College’s Minority Male Mentoring Program participated in the 3rd Annual Black Leadership Summit at Temple University in Philadelphia. The purpose of the summit was to examine models of engaged leadership and activities to improve the Black community, from service-learning and student activism to mentoring and family involvement. Presenters provided effective strategies about organizing for social and institutional change, and enabled participants to deepen their understanding of critical issues in the Black community.
The College’s participants included students included Brian Guzman, Traveon Henry and Manuel Rivera. They were accompanied by Counselor Tony Davis and Coordinator of Mentoring Services Wendell Griffith.