Our Mission and Vision
Our mission is to uplift and empower our men and women by affirming their experiences, engaging in team building workshops, building upon their own identity and knowledge of self, and enhancing their connection to a network of first generation and/or ALANA/BIPOC men and women in our greater community.
This community will include high school students, university students, professionals, educators, and community leaders. Our overall goal is to increase our network to assist in access, retention, and graduation of our first-generation, low income and/or ALANA/BIPOC students in their journey to higher learning.
Together we can examine, model and transform this experience into a stronger brotherhood and sisterhood of excellence.
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OMA Brotherhood & Sisterhood Conference March 4, 2022- 9-3p.m. at Worcester State University
Conference Request For Proposals
The Conference Committee is now accepting proposals for 60 minute workshops, presentations, panels, and roundtables aligned with the overall conference focus:
Brotherhood & Sisterhood
Our target audience are:
Pipeline Students (highschool)
If you are interested in being a presenter, please submit a proposal by December 30, 2022.
Participants’ Registration will open on January 2, 2023
March 5, 2022 – 9:00am – 3:00pm
On March 5, 2022, Worcester State University will be hosting the “Brotherhood Leadership Conference” for ALANA/BIPOC men in our greater community.
Worcester State University is excited to host its first Brotherhood Leadership Conference. Its goal is to cultivate leadership among our first generation and/or BIPOC/ALANA students, and especially among the men who are attending the Massachusetts State Universities. What you learn at the Brotherhood Leadership Conference should aid your personal growth and success.