African American Male Initiative

According to a university Student Engagement Interactive Report, students who seek campus involvement and participate in these initiatives tend to have higher grades and discover a greater sense of purpose within the university community.

Students acquire life-long connections, networks, and skills to prepare them for their graduate and professional careers.

AAMI students will have the opportunity to:

  • Develop a strong rapport with fellow AAMI members, faculty, community leaders, student leaders, and staff
  • Discover opportunities for campus involvement
  • Network with administrators and faculty through AAMI activities and programming with departments and campus organizations
  • Utilize campus resources such as academic tutoring, mentoring and professional development activities to make the most of their undergraduate experience
  • Engage in research opportunities and leadership development
  • Establish connections with peer and community mentors

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Dec 02

Man Cave Monday: Minority Males Transforming Education
Marcus Allen, principal of Grovetown Middle School, along with teacher Clarence Kendrick, from Harlem Middle School, will speaking in partnership with the Augusta University College of Education on “Minority Males Transforming Education.”

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