Student African American Brotherhood / Brother2Brother
Saving Lives, Salvaging Dreams
SAAB/Brother2Brother is an organization designed to improve the quality and outcome of education by developing scholarship, accountability, commitment, success, determination, character, community and identity in MCTC student member participants. Through creative pathways to academic and personal success to improve graduation and other measurable institutional outcomes, SAAB/Brother2Brother is an initiative supported by MCTC students, staff, faculty and administration.
The mission of the MCTC chapter of SAAB/ Brother2Brother is to embrace and support MCTC African American male students and all other MCTC students by supporting successful academic progress and character development so that every member achieves program completion while strengthening their roles as engaged members of the MCTC community.
Core Values of SAAB/Brother2Brother:
Why SAAB/Brother2Brother? Disparity Exists
- Graduation Rates
- Campus Involvement
- Benefits of Membership
- Academic Planning toward graduation
- Career Development
- Math and Writing Institutes
- Study Jams Wednesdays (peer-tutoring)
- Service Learning
- Sense of Belonging
Jesse Mason, Ph.D.
612-659-6000 ext. 4287
Jesse Mason, AME Program Coordinator
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