EPCC Project TEN Participates in Statewide Event to Better Success of Male Students
Updated: Sep 5
Project TEN students.
El Paso Community College (EPCC) Tejano Empowerment Network (Project TEN) attended the
10th Annual Texas Male Student Leadership Summit in Austin, Texas, August 14.
The EPCC team, 14 students and 4 mentors, benefitted from sessions on a variety of topics related to college and career readiness, identity, brotherhood, health and wellness, and leadership.
EPCC’s Eduardo Munoz Jr. was honored with an invitation to be a student panelist at the event. “The Project TEN mentoring program is based on 5 pillars: Leadership, Identity, College Career Readiness, Health & Wellness and Brotherhood,” Dr. Jose Pacheco, TEN Coordinator said. “Our major goal is to increase retention, completion, and transfer at EPCC.”
The Texas Education Consortium for Male Students of Color brings over 300 young men of color and professionals, representing school districts, community colleges, and universities from across the state, to attend our annual Texas Male Student Leadership Summit.