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Relay for Life
The York College Men's Center will be participating in this year's American Cancer Society's Relay for Life. The event will be held at the Campus Magnet High School, St. Alban's, NY, on Saturday, June 14th, from 8am - 8pm.
September's Barbershop
This semester the Barbershop series has the subtheme of, "Meet the Professional." Each month, students will get a chance to talk with a young professional to discuss some of the challenges that person faced in achieving their goals, and how they overcame them.
Student to Professional: Navigating the World of Work!
Professional Development Day Sponsored by: The Office of Career Services & The Men’s Center
April Barbershop
What is on your mind? Tell us your issues with York College. Our April Barbershop will attempt to address some of the things you feel are interfering with your academic career. Everyone is invited!
Upward and Onward Ceremony
Join the York College Male Initiative Program at their end of the year graduation program for program participants. Special guest speaker is Dr. Aberdeen Allen of Colgate/Palmolive.
Romney vs. Obama WHERE DO YOU STAND?
A conversation with Dr. Ron Daniels York College Distinguished Lecturer
The Barbershop
Don't miss the first Barbershop of the Spring 2014 semester as we ask the question, "Are We Really Advancing the Dream?"
Men's Center 2nd Annual Conference
York College Male Initiative Program & Men Center invite you to join them.
2nd Annual Men of Achievement Recognition Program
THE YORK COLLEGE MALE INITIATIVE PROGRAM'S
5th Annual Men's Conference
All are invited to this year's 5th Annual Men's Conference of the York College Male Initiative Program. This year's theme is, "From the Invisible Male to the Visible Man: How We Move From the Sidelines to the Playing Field in American Society." Panelists include: Dr. Ron Daniels, Roger Scotland, Minister Abdul Hafeez Muhammad, NYC Councilman Charles Barron, and former NYS Regent Adelaide Sanford.