CUNY Black Male Initiative Sixth Annual Conference

From High School or G.E.D. to J.D., M.D., or Ph.D.: Exposing african american/black and latino/hispanic students to graduate and professional school opportunities
When Oct 07, 2011
from 08:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Where Hunter College 695 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10065
Contact Name
Contact Phone (718) 262-2611
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Morning Panel Discussions

  • Current Enrollment Trends of African Americans and Latinos in Graduate Education
  • Concrete Strategies to Promote the Academic Success of African American and Latino Male Collegians
  • Navigating Through College: The First Step to Graduate School, Law School or Medical School
  • College and Economic Security: Access to Higher Education as a Reentry Strategy
  • The Dropout Crisis: Why Are So Many Young Men Dropping Out of High School and College?

Afternoon Panel Discussions

  • Becoming a Lawyer: Preparing for the LSAT and the Law School Admissions Process
  • Becoming a Doctor: Preparing for the MCAT and the Medical School Admissions Process
  • Becoming a Teacher: The NYS Teacher Certification Examinations and Careers in the Classroom
  • Pathways to MBA and MPA programs
  • Widening the Doors to Academia: Pathways to Graduate Programs
  • Becoming a Human Services Professional: Social Work, Public Health, and Public Service
  • Roundtable Discussion: Supporting African American and Latino Male Collegians 

*By subway, take the # 6 train to 68th Street, Hunter College. For directions, please visit: or call 212-772-4000 All programs and activities of The CUNY Black Male Initiative are open to all academically eligible students, faculty and staff without regard to race, gender, national origin or other characteristic.

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