Male Achievement Program

 

The Male Achievement Program (MAP) is an academic success and mentoring program geared towards men of color at Dallas College.

The program aims to increase the academic success, leadership abilities, professional skills and financial security of males of color by expanding the sense of belonging, academic confidence, campus engagement, personal identity and career aspirations.

Male Achievement Program Benefits

 
  • Academic support
  • Leadership development
  • Employability skills development
  • Safe space for engagement and confidentiality
  • Mentorship
  • Financial literacy and development
  • Character building and development
  • Personal development
  • Student engagement
  • Bi-weekly meetings
  • Travel to conferences and cultural events
 
 
As a college student, I realize the biggest thing that stops students from continuing their education lies outside of the classroom and college. This program acknowledges that factor of life. Wherever you need support, the Male Achievement Program will assist in any way possible to provide, and I personally can attest to that.”
Terrod Shelton
Male Achievement Program Mentee
 

Contact Information

Each campus has a program lead to serve you:

Gabe Randle

  • Sr. Manager

Jeremiah Stinnett

  • Brookhaven Program Lead

Juan Sandoval

  • Cedar Valley Program Lead

Anand Upadhyaya

  • Eastfield Program Lead

Timothy McDuffie

  • El Centro Program Lead

Juan Bosquez

  • Mountain View Program Lead

Trevon Oliver

  • North Lake Program Lead

Marco Price

  • Richland Program Lead