Contra Costa College

African American Male Leadership

Friday October 29, 2021
A Districtwide Health Workshop on COVID-19 and its impact on the African American Community/Location: GE 225/Time: 10:00am - 12pm
The HP Black Employee Network-Bay Area (BEN-BA) invites you to HP’s 2019 Black Students Day!
The group of African American Male Leadership students (see photos) that attended Hewlett Packard Black Employee Business Impact Network Workshop Fall Tuesday, October 29, 2019.
It’s was a great opportunity for our students of African descent to interact with other Student’s throughout the Bay Area of Colleges/Universities.
Please join us to celebrate key milestones in HP’s history and hear about HP’s plans for the future! You will have an opportunity to meet HP Executives and BEN-BA members, take a private tour of the HP Customer Welcome Center, learn about career opportunities, win a HP printer, and a lot more!
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The Goal of the AAML

The goal of the African American Male Leadership program is to inspire Contra Costa college students, especially African American male students. We are giving them our full support to meet and excel in their educational persuit of a degree, certificate and matriculation to a 4 year college or university.

A Focused Mindset

"The foundation of a strong college and career going culture begins with the identity or mindset of the student. For many African American young men, the values of education are not always intrinsic and must be developed. This workshop helps young men explore their place in higher education and begin the work of cultivating the mindset of a college student.”
George Mills

friday, October 29, 2021

Bay Area Black Nurses Association (BABNA)

Location: GE 225

10am – 12pm 

A Districtwide Health
Workshop on COVID-19
and its impact on the
African American Community

Financial Literacy

September 23, 2021 (Video Coming Soon)

Contra Costa College

The Contra Costa Community College District is committed to equal opportunity in educational programs, employment, and campus life. The District does not discriminate on the basis of age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, marital status, national origin, parental status, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status in any access to and treatment in College programs, activities, and application for employment.