March 2, 2016 N/A -
Hilton Los Angeles Airport (LAX) Hotel
Moving the Needle: From injustice to equity.
March 2: Preconference (professionals)
March 3-4: Conference (professionals and students)
Wednesday, March 2nd
Pre-Conference Workshops: Topics include Career Pathways within CA Community Colleges, Upward Mobility within CA Community Colleges, and Community College Presidents Round table.
Community College Job Fair and Networking Mixer: Various community colleges will be on-sight to recruit for current faculty and administrative positions within their respective districts. Meet and network with people who can assist you in accomplishing your professional goals!
Thursday, March 3rd
Keynote Speakers: Dr. Jamal Bryant, Dr. Tyrone Howard, and Dr. Ivory Toldson
Scholarship and Awards Dinner: The scholarship and awards dinner provides an opportunity for A2MEND to honor A2MEND student mentees and to recognize corporate and educational partners for outstanding leadership and service. This fundraiser supports students in the A2MEND Mentoring Program.
Friday, March 4th
Black College Fair: Over 14 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in attendance. Students are encouraged to bring official transcripts. On-site admissions available.
$200 (students/graduate students)
Registration includes general sessions, conference materials, and some meals.
$175 (for professionals)
The preconference workshops provide professional development and networking opportunities for higher education professionals. Continental breakfast and lunch are included.
Scholarship and Awards Dinner
$150 (professionals/students/graduate students)
The scholarship and awards dinner provides an opportunity for A2MEND to honor A2MEND student mentees and to recognize corporate and educational partners for outstanding leadership and service. This fundraiser supports students in the A2MEND Mentoring Program.
The conference capacity is limited. Registrations will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Who Should Attend: This conference is for anyone (faculty, staff, administrators, students) interested in improving the success of African American males in higher education.
For More Information, Please visit the A2MEND website