About HCC's Minority Male Initiative
HCC began its Minority Male Initiative to counter the on-going crisis throughout America of a diminishing presence of minority males on the campuses of higher learning, in corporate America and in entrepreneurial endeavors.
HCC Ushers students towards STEM fields during STEM Summer Academy
Houston Community College ushered students towards careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math during its STEM Academy summer session, a program lead by the HCC Minority Male Initiative.
Volunteers with expertise in various STEM fields served as teachers and mentors for students across the Houston area. They exposed them to robotics, programming, forensic science, mechanical engineering, and even biology. The weeklong camp at Alief-Taylor High School offered students a unique opportunity to learn about various aspects of STEM. They also heard from a special guest speaker, an agent with the FBI.
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Minority Male Initiative News
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.
Feb 16, 2016
Nearly 200 middle school, high school and college students with dreams of exploring science and space learned what it takes to be a NASA astronaut or employee from highly reliable sources: Major General Charles Bolden, NASA’s 12th Administrator, who has been heading the U. S. space agency since his appointment by President Obama in 2009 and a special panel of NASA employees.