MMLA Recent Events & Photos
"We, the Minority Male Leadership Association, are dedicated to exploring the characteristics of successful minority male leaders. We will build a community of young driven minority men focused on success by providing mentorship and promoting excellence.”
Rochester's Minority Male Youth Development Awards Dinner
Date: Tuesday, May 13, 2014
RSVP: by May 6th, 2014(first come, first served- space is limited) REGISTER HERE
Time: 6PM – 8PM (Networking Reception | Buffet Dinner |Awards Presentation)
Location: Sarah Flaum Atrium, University of Rochester - Medical Center Campus
Parking: Medical Research Building Lot
Ted Talk, February 22, 2014
Minority Male "Study Break": December 15, 2013
Minority Male Leadership Association Ted Talk
Minority Male Leadership Association Fall Welcome Back Social
Minority Male Success Symposium
On April 21st, 2013, we hosted our 1st Annual Conference: Minority Male Success Symposium. Who participated in the symposium? 35 high school students, 40 college students, and 35 graduate students, faculty and staff volunteers were confirmed for attendance.
--Click here to read and listen to the YNN coverage of the event.
--Click here to read the Minority Reporter coverage of the event.
This is an exciting time for MMLA as we are generating substantial support across the city of Rochester. There is a need for mentors to fill our ranks to help support at the undergrad and high school level. If you are interested in being a mentor, please click on the membership page to inquire. As strong men of our community, please remember that “as iron sharpens iron, so does one man sharpen another.”sthttp://drtimothybenson.com
Mr. Benson’s motivational speech will be open to the public.
Register on the Symposium Enrollment page if you are interested in joining us.
4th Annual Diversity Conference
MMLA was selected to present at the 4th annual diversity conference on Friday April 12th, 2013. The MMLA presented a workshop on issues drawing attention as well as presenting models for solutions to engage the community.