United Men of Color is a semester long personal and professional development program for all PPCC students. Come to learn new perspectives, unite with other college students striving for achievement, and be part of a distinguished group of leaders and scholars UNITING to define success and prove stereotypes wrong!
Join Us for These Events
MONDAY, AUGUST 26 | WELCOME DAY, "IT STARTS WITH SELF." Understanding your strengths and community impact.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 | “WHO'S IN YOUR CIRCLE?" The importance of networking and relationship building. (NOTE: the location for this session has changed to the Centennial Campus Atrium)
MONDAY, OCTOBER 7 | “ALL ABOUT THE BENJAMINS.” Scholarship and personal finance.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4 | “PROVING STEREOTYPES WRONG.” How do we change the narrative?
MONDAY, DECEMBER 2 | “SEIZING OPPORTUNITY.” How bad do you want "it"?
MONDAY, DECEMBER 9 | END OF SEMESTER PARTY, "WINNERS STATE OF MIND." End of semester celebration.
CENTENNIAL CAMPUS | ASPEN 140 | 4:30-6:30PM
Interested in participating?
Want to be a United Men of Color mentor?
Call or text Terell Brown at (719) 313-1229.