The City of Atlanta has a lot of people who have been working in schools and communities to empower and educate Black boys.
As we celebrate the rebirth of Morris Brown College, this program which has been located on the campus for years is still doing the work of providing educational and life skills to Black boys.
There may be a school to prison pipeline but there are organizations such as CCMA that will support Black boys even if they don’t find success in school.
If you are in the Metro Atlanta area, please share with educators, parents and organizations that support this work.
“PROPEL YOURSELF TO SUCCESS”
ORIENTATION & LUNCH
ARE YOU . . .
A YOUNG MALE, 18-28 YEARS OF AGE?
OUT OF SCHOOL?
UNEMPLOYED OR UNDEREMPLOYED?
SEEKING CAREER TRAINING?
WILLING TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS?
If so, please join the Community Council of
Metropolitan Atlanta, Inc. (CCMA) for the
“PROPEL YOURSELF TO SUCCESS” ORIENTATION & LUNCH
Wednesday, April 17, 2019, 12:30 pm
Morris Brown College
643 M. L. King, Jr. Drive
Second Floor Conference Room
Atlanta, Georgia 30314
CCMA Resources & Priority Referrals:
The PROPEL Academy *
Personal Life Coaching*
Priority Male Empowerment Network*
Monthly Support Group Meetings*
Leadership Boot Camp**
Cyber Security Training & Apprenticeships**
Culinary Skills Training & Apprenticeships**
Construction Ready Training*
Career/Vocational Training & Internships**
*CCMA Sponsored Programs
CCMA services are provided at no cost to qualified applicants.
Please call 404-935-5859 to register and RSVP.
Jason has worked in education for over 15 years as a teacher, blogger and community advocate. He speaks and writes primarily about the need to improve education for Black boys, particularly increasing the number of Black male educators in schools. In addition to blogging here at EdLanta, Jason is also a featured writer at Education Post.