Men of Color Student Leadership Institute
(MOCSLI)

Mission Statement

The Men of Color Student Leadership Institute partners with today’s leaders to inspire, motivate, and encourage future leaders to achieve excellence and grow professionally. 

About MOCSLI

The 2022 Men of Color Student Leadership Institute will connect participants (students and advisors) to some dynamic speakers, as well as provide an opportunity for participants to engage in a variety of workshops, group discussions, forums, and social events. 

Application and Selection Process

An application is required for all participants. Leaders from participating colleges will review their students’ applications and select the students to attend the MOCSLI. Applications can be accessed here.

Registration

Electronic registration is available on the PRT website now. The last day to register for the MOCSLI is Friday, September 2, 2022.

Registration Fee: Student ($300 each) and Advisor ($300 each)

Contact Person: Dr. Quintin Bullock, qbullock@ccac.edu or (412) 237-4413

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The Men of Color Student Leadership Institute (MOCSLI) is the personification of a dream come true to identify, engage, and promote the leadership development of males in traditionally underrepresented communities. Community colleges are well suited to provide the launch pad for many of these men and help them to fulfill their goals and find their rightful place of leadership in their communities, regions, and the world.

During the Institute, you will have the opportunity to interact with professionals of color from across the spectrum, learn and get involved in corporate internships and learn about the best and next practices for success, and develop lasting mentorships and friendships that will undergird your professional and personal journeys.

The 11th Annual Men of Color Student Leadership Institute will be held on October 6 - 9, 2022

Dr. Charlene Dukes

Immediate Past Convener

President Emerita (Retired), Prince George’s Community College

Dr. L. Marshall Washington

Secretary and Dean of the Lakin Institute

President, Kalamazoo Valley Community College

Dr. Joe Seabrooks

Vice Convener

President, Cedar Valley Campus, Dallas College

Dr. Larry Johnson

Membership Chair

President, Guttman Community College

Dr. Walt Tobin

Treasurer

President, Orangeburg-Calhoun Technical College

Dr. Quintin Bullock

Dean of Men of Color Student Leadership Institute

President, Community College of Allegheny County