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Webinar: Linking Academic and Social Supports for Young Men of Color

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In the following webinar, a distinguished panel of practitioners provided practical approaches to improving the educational outcomes for young men of color. Presenters emphasized scalable programs and strategies—including learning communities, tutoring, advising, mentoring, and first-year experience programs—that integrate academic and social support services to improve the academic success of men of color.

Speakers:

  • Robert Bachicha, XY-Zone Coordinator, Communities in Schools
  • Karen Francis-Begay, Special Advisor to the President on Native American Affairs, The University of Arizona (UA)
  • Monty Hickman, Associate Director for Student Success Support Services, North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS)
  • Jim Nguyen, Project Director, IMPACT AAPI, De Anza College
  • Robert Bachicha, XY-Zone Coordinator, Communities in Schools
  • Luis Ponjuan, Assistant Professor, School of Human Development and Organizational Studies in Education, University of Florida

Additional Webinars in the Series:

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