Meet your mentor at The Call
Entering college can be intimidating, filled with unanswered questions such as, ‘”Where do I start? What is college like? Is there anyone here I can relate to?” Tulsa Community College’s African American Male Student Success Team will give students the chance to meet mentors at The Call from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 8 in the Seminar Center at the TCC Northeast Campus.
AAMSST is a mentoring program made up of African American TCC faculty and staff who volunteer to mentor African American male students. The program connects students, or mentees, with successful male mentors who can help find answers to questions regarding deadlines, financial aid and more.
TCC’s mission is to support students, including students who have been traditionally underrepresented in higher education. AAMSST mentors guide each of their mentees toward their education goals by offering one-on-one mentoring.
Also, AAMSST enriches the college experience by offering social activities, giving students the chance to create a social support system.
The Call is free and open to the public. Brunch will be served.
For more information about The Call or the AAMSST team, call 918-595-8459.ShareThis