About the HCC Minority Male Initiative
The mission of the Minority Male Initiative Program is to increase the completion rate of minority males enrolled in primary, secondary and post-secondary education by providing a sound educational foundation supported by life skills training and development.
The Minority Male Initiative supports:
- Men of Honor Student Organization
- Summer STEM Academy
- City of Houston - My Brother’s Keeper Initiative
- Houston Can Academy
- KIPP Academy
- Middle College High School
- Career Gear Houston
- Fifth Ward Enrichment Program, Inc.
- University of Houston Downtown - Houston Hispanic Leadership Initiative
Minority Male Initiative News
Oct 20, 2016
M.E.N. Annual Conference a Success!
Feb 23, 2016
The Office of Naval Research provides an avenue for students and school districts to experience building robots in formal and informal settings at an extremely low cost, yet with high technical skills.
Jul 15, 2016
The more than 50 students who participated in the summer program learned about Aerodynamics, Aqua Robotics, Land Robotics, and Drones.
Mar 1, 2016
The Houston Community College Men of Honor student organization recently hosted a Teen Summit for high school and middle school students from HISD at the Central Campus San Jacinto Auditorium. The students received information about college and encouragement from motivational speakers.
Feb 23, 2016
Houston Community College was well represented at the recent Black, Brown & College Bound Summit 2016 in Tampa, FL.