About The Black Male
The Black Male College Explorers Program is an at-risk prevention/intervention program designed specifically to prevent black males from dropping out of high school; facilitate their admission to college; and significantly increase their chances of earning a college degree. Middle and high schools from Tallahassee and major cities all over Florida are selected as participating schools. Participating schools are asked to identify at-risk males enrolled in grades 7 through 11. A team of school and community leaders is required to provide supportive services for the student during the regular year. FAMU provides six weeks of highly concentrated developmental experiences, which includes weekly seminars, workshops and motivational trips, during the summer.
June 4 to July 5, 2017
Annual Awards Banquet and Ceremony
June 29, 2017
I AM A SONG OF KINGS. I STRIVE FOR EXCELLENCE WITHOUT EXCUSE.
I ALONE AM RESPONSIBLE FOR MY LEARNING.
I CHOOSE TO BE SUCCESSFUL FOR MYSELF,
FOR MY FAMILY AND FOR MY PEOPLE.
I CHOOSE TO TAKE THE INITIATIVE
TO MAKE PARADIGM SHIFTS THAT WILL ENHANCE MY LIFE.
I CHOOSE TO EMPOWER MYSELF BY MAKING
DECISIONS THAT REFLECT WISDOM, FOCUS,
VISION AND SPIRITUALITY.
I CHOOSE TO BE A RESPECTFUL,
HUMAN CITIZEN, A COMMITTED
LEARNER AND A SERIOUS TEST-
TAKER. I WILL CONTINUE THE RICH
LEGACY OF THOSE WHO HAVE GONE
BEFORE ME.I CHOOSE TO STRIVE
FOR THE APEX OF EXCELLENCE!
MY QUEST IS MY PERSONAL BEST!