Supporting Black Student Success
"Going through The Bridge program made me want to ask more questions, it gave me confidence."
"The self-identity workshop helped me develop and understand who I am as an individual."
"The workshops helped me prepare for life beyond school. I now know how I want to present myself in a work setting."
Come, join the workshops, get to know yourself and your peers. Learn from the guest speakers, network, make connections. This is a good opportunity to get involved and belong.
THE BRIDGE is about the transformation which is brought about by African/Black/Caribbean students who are exposed to experiences that empower them to change their self-perception and expand what they believe is possible.
Dr. Beverly-Jean Daniel
The Bridge is a student engagement and retention program spearheaded by Dr. Beverly-Jean Daniel, program coordinator for the Community and Justice Services program. The pilot project has been extended and opened up to all African/Black/Caribbean students enrolled in any of the programs within the School of Social and Community Services. The goal of The Bridge program is to foster and encourage the success of its students.
The School of Social and Community Services goes above & beyond education by supporting its students with various resources to help them achieve success. The Bridge is one of many successful programs developed to assist students at Humber. Check out the many resources available at MPOWER, and be sure to ask your program coordinator for resources related to your program area and your needs.
I believe in my own success.
I am here because it is my right to be here.
I will be fearless in the pursuit of my goals.
I am in control of my destiny.
I promise to empower others through my success.
"A Time To Gather"
Date: Monday, November 30th from 5:30pm-7:30pm
Location: L building (L3002/05)
Bring a Friend!
Light refreshments provided!
Transformation. Empowerment. Success. Join The Bridge, Reach Your Goals.
Contact: Afenyo Small