Soar2Success

Soar2Success, formerly known as Rites of Passage, offers resources to the campus community on topics of diversity and multiculturalism. 

Social and cultural activities highlight the African American experience. Travel to conferences, area colleges, museums, and other points of interest are offered for ‘Road Scholars’. Regional and national guest speakers present topics ranging from popular culture to social justice. Events, activities and resources are open to all members of the campus community. Video and library resources are available.

Programs & Resources

iCanSucceed

iCanSucceed is a one-day empowerment program. Participants will hear from graduate and returning students about how to navigate the academic and social demands of college. Come and be “edutained” by the wisdom and comedy of Meshelle. Meshelle is the founder of Goaldiggers: The Sankofa Project and has appeared on numerous shows including BET, Nickelodeon and TEDX. Students can choose to attend on Friday, September 12 or Saturday, September 13. Participants will be eligible to win a “Surface Pro” tablet. To reserve a seat, call 443-412-2224 or register online.

Time Management Seminar

Participants will recognize time wasters, gain management skills and create a schedule for success. Students can attend one of six sessions offered on Monday, September 8 or Thursday, September 18. Participants will be eligible to win a “Surface Pro” tablet. 

Road Scholar

Travel to conferences and colleges and present at community organizations while earning extra credit. Become engaged in learning and networking.

Each One Reach One:  Reverse Mentoring

Students assist in facilitating conversations at various county agencies and address the value of education and other issues impacting their communities.  Participating agencies include the Harford County Public Library and the Boys and Girls Club of Harford County.

Project LEaD

Students are able to select from topics ranging from popular culture to issues of social justice.  Video reviews and reflection questions fulfill "learn" requirements for the Project LEaD certificate. 

HCC Career Connect

HCC Career Connect is Harford Community College's online job posting system.  Employers inteterested in hiring HCC students will start here, and so should you!  Current HCC students can find HCC Career Connect in OwlNet, under the "My Academic Life" tab.

Co-operative Education and Internships

Students can gain employment experience while earning college credit.  For more information, contact Anna Berglowe-Lynch, Coordinator for Career Services.


Upcoming Cultural Events

October 21 - Guest Speaker, Kevin Powell

November 7 - Visit to Reginald Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture

November 19 - International Education Week

 

Contact Information

Sharoll Love, Diversity Specialist
Office of Student Activities
443-412-2224
slove@harford.edu


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