The Office of Mentoring and Bridge staff intentionally changes lives at CPCC by providing a variety of support services and mentoring for students who need assistance getting through college. Below are the programs we offer: Communities in College (CIS): A student-led organization that provides you with the support you need to stay in school, engage in […]
On Monday, Jan. 18, select students from the Office of Mentoring and Bridge Programs (MAN UP Program, Communities in Colleges and the Positive Communities for Women) represented Central Piedmont Community College at the 22nd Annual MLK Prayer breakfast hosted by H.L. McCrorey Family YMCA. They had the opportunity to meet and interact with various leaders […]
Congratulations to CPCC students and MAN UP (minority male mentoring program) members Willis Dennis, Jonah Forte, John Yang and David Theologou. They are the recipients of the 2015 OneMain Financial Completion Scholarship! Each student received a $3,000 scholarship ($1,500 per semester). The students may apply the funds toward the cost of tuition, books or other fees […]
ACA, English and Humanities Division is collaborating with MAN UP to host a Literary Showcase! We’re featuring short readings by CPCC’s faculty, staff and students of their original work including poetry, fictions and essays. Please join us on Monday, April 13, at 7 p.m. in the Overcash Building, Tate Hall.
Join us for special guest speakers and breakout sessions discussions with law enforcement personnel and others who have a key role in training, educating and building relationships to curtail violence within the Charlotte and surrounding communities. 4th Annual MAN UP EMPOWERMENT SUMMIT Thursday, April 30, 2015 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. CPCC Central Campus Tate Hall (Overcash […]
MAN UP Program Information Session – these sessions are designed to invite prospective members and mentors to learn about the program and address any questions specific to our programs. Tuesday, March 24; 1 p.m. CH113 Tuesday, April 14; 1 p.m. CH113 For more information, please contact Ms. Katrina Johnson at 704.330.6656 or 3MP@cpcc.edu. Come join us Learn […]
You’re invited to attend Open Mic Night on Thursday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. in the Student Commons Area (Bojangles). This is a free event sponsored by the MAN UP program for CPCC students to display their talent through singing, reading poetr, and other artistic forms. This is a family friendly event and is open to […]
The MAN UP Program would like to thank you everyone who wore pink on Oct. 22 to raise awareness about breast cancer.
Calling all poets, writers, singers and musicians. We are looking for great talent. If you are interested in performing at our Open Mic Night on Thursday, Nov. 6, please contact Ms. Katrina Johnson at Katrina.firstname.lastname@example.org. or stop by Central High, Room 120. Deadline to sign up to perform for the event is Tuesday, Nov. 4.
To support breast cancer awareness month at CPCC, the college’s MAN UP Program is encouraging the campus community – including students – to wear pink on October 22. To commemorate the occasion, the group invites all participants to meet in the Overcash Lobby at 12:30 p.m. to have a group photo taken. Thank you in […]
Do you want to be an entrepreneur? Join us today (October 30) at our MAN UP meeting 3 p.m. in Overcash Center, Room 220 Our special guest will be Henry Rock (from the City Start Up Labs).
You’re invited to the “In Reality” Poetry Slam, presented by the CPCC MAN UP Program. WHEN: Thursday, November 7 at 7 p.m. WHERE: CPCC Central Campus, Overcash Center, Student Commons Area (Bojangles) For more information, contact the MAN UP office at 704.330.6142 or at 3MP@cpcc.edu.
Read how Darrien Page, director of high school programs at CPCC, and the College’s Summer Bridge program is helping today’s teens prepare for the challenging world that lies ahead, in this Pride Magazine article, written by Brandon Sessoms, a CPCC graduate and MAN UP student.
The MAN UP Program is looking for passionate students! The program is designed to help minority male students transition to college and succeed at Central Piedmont Community College. The program has served more than 400 minority males over the last three years! Visit us on the Central Campus in the Overcash building, room 215. For general information […]
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.m. 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, […]