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Workforce Development 

MMHE's Workforce Development offers opportunities that empowers black males to develop key life skills needed that also align with their interests and passions. We offer a layered approach of individual services, group support, and agency partnerships, to connect qualified candidates with  advanced training and secondary opportunities.  

  • Provide career information and guidance, access to training and education, and job search assistance to help individuals reach their career goals.

  • Partner with education, industry, and economic development to increase awareness about regional careers and develop Career Pathways that educate people on the skills and credentials they need to get those jobs.

  • Career Coaching & mock Interviews with Durham Technical Community College and North Carolina Central University Career Services Center through our community college and vocational training partnerships. 

  • Providing  data to stakeholders about available jobs that are in demand and corresponding wages to ensure relevant training and services are provided to students.

Throughout the year, we encourage our network  to attend  events with corporate partners to practice mock interview skills and to build a networking rapport.  We also create additional workshops and one on one volunteer support from our Human Resource Specialist, who connects them with job opportunities, internship, and networking opportunities. 

We also assist businesses with identifying and obtaining a diverse talent of  individuals and contractors needed to grow your portfolio of diversified talent in their workforce.

Collectively MMHE's Workforce Team has facilitated placements for 2,000 job opportunities for black males and veterans  into workforce opportunities. 

  • This 1-on-1 session is built for individual athletes

  • Create winning chemistry for your team

  • Learn how to engage and work with your athletes.

  • Education for athletes, teams and coaches.

   

Health & Healing Initiatives  

In 2020, we conducted a  nationwide survey on men's health (mental, physical, emotional). It revealed an overwhelming need for increase outreach and engagement regarding the various challenges with major health including, depression, anxiety, and the lack of funding for ongoing medications. It is our goal is to provide transformational leadership from the inside out. For the first time we are focusing on self -preservation and healing  for our community leaders.  MMHE's health and healing  initiatives aims to improve health outcomes of  black males by promoting and supporting ongoing wellness education, therapy and physical activity and medication management. 

MMHE has volunteer medical experts providing offering in-kind telehealth support for Black Males across the country in prioritizing health and wellness. These strategies are designed to ensure that leaders in the field of black male achievement have the  proper tools and resources to facilitate and sustain their personal and health and healing, thus having a greater impact on the orgaztions's overall mission and impact. 

We provide support by:

  • Distributing blood pressure monitors in local barbershops.

  • Hosting and facilitating semi-annual wellness retreats that offer mental health group therapy, journaling, and nature exploration.   

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We are currently looking to grow our Health and Healing Strategies to work with organizations, barbershops in providing self-care and wellness practice for their staff and employees to avoid burnout.

Workforce Development 

MMHE's Workforce Development offers opportunities that empowers black males to develop key life skills needed that also align with their interests and passions. We offer a layered approach of individual services, group support, and agency partnerships, to connect qualified candidates with  advanced training and secondary opportunities.  

  • Provide career information and guidance, access to training and education, and job search assistance to help individuals reach their career goals.

  • Partner with education, industry, and economic development to increase awareness about regional careers and develop Career Pathways that educate people on the skills and credentials they need to get those jobs.

  • Career Coaching & mock Interviews with Durham Technical Community College and North Carolina Central University Career Services Center through our community college and vocational training partnerships. 

  • Providing  data to stakeholders about available jobs that are in demand and corresponding wages to ensure relevant training and services are provided to students.

Throughout the year, we encourage our network  to attend  events with corporate partners to practice mock interview skills and to build a networking rapport.  We also create additional workshops and one on one volunteer support from our Human Resource Specialist, who connects them with job opportunities, internship, and networking opportunities. 

We also assist businesses with identifying and obtaining a diverse talent of  individuals and contractors needed to grow your portfolio of diversified talent in their workforce.

Collectively MMHE's Workforce Team has facilitated placements for 2,000 job opportunities for black males and veterans  into workforce opportunities. 

 
 

 

 
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