African-American Male Initiative

Strategic Academic Initiatives

Campus Program Highlights


Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech’s AAMI program in collaboration with Georgia Tech's African American Student Union(AASU) hosted its fourth annual academic empowerment fair virtually to celebrate and recognize black excellence on Georgia Tech’s campus in celebration of Black History Month.



Valdosta State

Valdosta States AAMI program breaks the news in this video highlighting an interview from a member of the program bringing AAMI and its ambitions to the local news. Click on the link below for full coverage.


https://www.walb.com/2021/05/10/vsu-program-hopes-increase-retention-rate-black-men/


Georgia Southwestern

Mr. Anthony Hand Jr, an AAMI graduate of Georgia Southwestern was given the opportunity to return as a keynote speaker for the African American Male Institute Black History Program. During his speech, he reflected on his time at the school as well as and passed on inspiring and motivational words to current members.




Kennesaw State

Kennesaw State’s AAMI program establishes a powerful partnership in efforts to produce more teachers of color in the classroom. Click on the link below for the complete article.


https://www.ajc.com/neighborhoods/call-me-mister-at-ksu/U547Z27BGNFZVIYU6ZVKQMCF7Y/


Georgia College and State University

Georgia College and State Universities’ AAMI program continues to push its members in new ways as they help establish the leaders of tomorrow with a host of leadership events and presentations. Click on the link below to view their 10th Anniversary newsletter here.


https://issuu.com/georgiacollege/docs/aami_spring_2021_newsletter_issuu