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Male Initiative Project

Male Initiative Projects programs
The Male Initiative Project (MIP) is a collection of programs facilitated by the College Access office. Once an annual singular event focused on male students of color, MIP has evolved, through research and data, into more continuous thematic events and activities throughout our programming year.

With the support of strategic partnerships, MIP is able to facilitate various programming for male students of color including specialized campus visits, college internships, on-campus team challenges, overnight college experiences, high school mentoring, college student organizations, writing support, summer programming, and mentor training for school/organization professionals.

MIP programming supports male students of color in grades 7-16. If you would like more information about MIP, please contact Jason Carter at