EMPOWERment Summit April 8

Once again it is time for our EMPOWERment Summit! We believe, at the MAN UP program, that positive exposure can change thoughts, decisions and then can ultimately change lives! Our 5th Annual Male Empowerment Summit will be held on April 8, 2016,  from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.  This event is being co-sponsored by CPCC MAN UP Program and Rowan Cabarrus Community College Minority Student Leadership Academy. Our common vision is “The Balancing Act.”  This summit will consist of three workshops and panel discussion.

It is FREE with lunch provided for students, staff, faculty, and administrators.  To register and see the schedule, please click on the following link: http://cpcc5thannualmanupsummit.eventbrite.com

ALSO, We will have our First Women’s EmPOWERment, “Be YOU-tiful” Luncheon. Guest speaker will Venus Alexandria.  To register for the women’s luncheon: http://cpccwomensbeyoutifulluncheon.eventbrite.com

If you would like more information, please contact Katrina Johnson at 704.330.6656 or katrina.johnson@cpcc.edu

 

2nd Annual Male Empowerment Summit

The MAN UP program at Central Piedmont Community College will have our 2nd Annual Male Empowerment Summit on April 12, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.mMAN UP Empowerment

This year’s theme is “Built for the Road Ahead.”  The summit is designed for high school and college students that will address a broad spectrum of topics ranging from identity, networking, leadership, activism, and strategies for spiritual, personal, and professional growth.  This event will provide attendees practical recommendations for becoming leaders in their schools and communities.  Students will participate in a series of interactive workshops on healthy lifestyles, leadership and self-awareness.

MAN UP is a minority male mentoring program that provides comprehensive activities that will promote the personal development, academic improvement, and other social and educational advancement among minority males at the college.  The program was developed to increase the population and retention rates among minority males at the college.  It was also designed to provide inspiration and motivation that CPCC’s minority male students need to achieve their goals.

This summit is designed for college and high school students and will address a broad spectrum of topics ranging from identity, networking, leadership, activism, and strategies for spiritual, personal, and professional growth.  This event will provide attendees practical recommendations for becoming leaders in their schools and communities.  Students will participate in a series of interactive workshops on healthy lifestyles, leadership and self-awareness.  The workshops are aimed at motivating young men to become responsible and caring citizens. Also, the students will have the opportunity to interact with various college administrators and faculty, community leaders, and government officials.

This summit is FREE!  For more information and to register for this free event, please click on the following link: http://manupmaleempowermentsummit.eventbrite.com/.