Men of Excellence
Men of Excellence is a leadership program that will provide male students of color with the skills necessary to navigate successful in and outside the classroom.
Mission: Men of Excellence program mission is designed to academically, professionally, and socially support male students of color by providing coaching and leadership development opportunities through collaborative initiatives.
- must attend the kick-off conference.
- must complete one community service project.
- must represent Men of Excellence by attending two campus-wide programs/initiatives per semester.
- must meet with their coach at least twice per semester.
- must attend weekly team meetings.
- must attend specialized workshops.
- Development of leadership and communication skills
- Opportunity to work with a team of campus leaders
- Opportunity to build strong connections with the MCC and Rochester communities
- Receipt of one-on-one coaching/mentoring from a faculty or staff member
- Increased potential for certificates/scholarships
Questions please email email@example.com.
Men of Excellence Application
MCC students 2.25 GPA or higher/ High School average of an 80 or higher GPA
Application material should be received by September 12th, 2017
Notification of Acceptance into the Program: by September 14th, 2017
For More Information please contact:
Christie Smith, Admissions Counselor
Brighton Campus, Building 1, room 211
Become a Coach
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Coaches are responsible for meeting with their mentee once a semester. The meetings are not limited to an office setting. Meetings can be in the form of outings and activities, (i.e. lunch, coffee, sporting event, community program). The meetings will serve as an opportunity to academically support, provide guidance, and resources to the student. Assessment will need to be completed after every meeting. At the end of each semester the coaches will come to together to further asset their mentees.
Please note coaches are required to attend the kick off conference luncheon on Saturday, September 16th, 2017 from 11:30am-1pm.
*Please note there is no compensation for being a coach.