- 6th Annual Men's Conference
You are invited to the 6th Annual Men's Conference of the York College Male Initiative Program. Join Special Guest Speaker Ryan C. Mack as he discusses some of the topics in his latest book, "Living in the Village: Build Your Financial Future and Strengthen Your Community."
- PEK Meeting
Meeting for the Beta Chapter of Pi Eta Kappa
- Pi Eta Kappa - Volunteer Recruitment Day
The Beta Chapter of Pi Eta Kappa, the academic fraternity and honor society, is having their volunteer recruitment day for those students interested in joining the organization.
- May Barbershop
Homophobia in the 'Hood - Part 2
Back by popular demand, we are continuing our discussion on the difficulties facing gay, lesbian, and trans-gender youth in our community.
- TMCF and Wells Fargo Financial Deadline
The Wells Fargo Scholarship provides academic scholarships of $4400 to students attending TMCF member schools with a focus on business or finance majors; although all majors are welcome to apply.
- Ronald H. Brown Summer Pre-Law Program
Ronald H. Brown Pre-Law Summer Program at St. John's University Law School in which talented sophomores and juniors learn what it takes to become a lawyer.
- The Barbershop
Homophobia in the 'Hood.
Why are gays in the black community forced to suffer in silence? What health related conditions are plaguing this group of people? These and other issues will be discussed at this month's forum.
- Pi Eta Kappa - Campus Walk
On Thursday, March 10th at 12 Noon, the Beta Chapter of Pi Eta Kappa will be having their annual Campus Walk. The members of this academic fraternity and honor society will be stopping at various areas around campus in an effort to bring awareness to the chapter's presence at York College.
- Guest Speaker from The Innocence Project
The Innocence Project is a non-profit legal clinic affiliated with the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University and created by Barry C. Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld in 1992.
- Black History Month Barbershop
Forgetting the Past: Have today's youth forgotten those that have paved the way?
Has our educational system neglected to teach efficiently and effectively, the history of African-Americans?