Mentoring The 100 Way: Winter College Visits 2019
**This program is ONLY OPEN TO MENTEES WHO HAVE ATTENDED AT LEAST THREE MENTORING SESSIONS since August 2018. **
100 Black Men of Metropolitan Houston will take a group of our mentees on our spring college visits to see Texas schools and learn about undergraduate majors and possible career paths. Mentees will be exposed to two different types of universities on each tour - of different sizes and cultural backgrounds - to better help them prepare for their future college decisions.
For our spring trip, we will leave by bus from the parking lot behind DeLuxe Theater (across from the school) at 7:30 am on Saturday morning (please arrive by 7:00am) headed to Austin, where we will visit Huston-Tillotson University to learn about their academic programs and rich history. We will be hosted on campus by our Collegiate 100 chapter at the school and members of 100 Black Men of Austin. We will have lunch on campus (mentees and parents must purchase their own lunch - estimated cost $15 per person) at the student center.
We will then leave "HT" and travel to University of Texas at Austin to learn about their campus, majors, and student programs. We will be again hosted by 100 Black Men of Austin, who have several university employees in their membership.
We should be back at the DeLuxe Theater parking lot (behind the theater and across the street from the school) by 6pm.
There are limited spaces for this program, so if you are interested, please register early. Bus transportation in particular is limited, and will be filled on a first come, first served basis with official mentees receiving top priority. Parents and other guests are welcome to car pool and follow the bus in their own vehicles if desired.
Attire for our mentees (and prospective mentees) is the 100BMOH official mentee t-shirt or a dark-colored shirt (tucked in) and brown khaki pants or blue jeans (no shorts) with a belt.
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