Men of Color- Educators of Tomorrow
Men of Color-Educators of Tomorrow is a mentor education program found in the College of Applied Studies. This program is for Men of Color with high academic potential, a demonstrated commitment to teach, and a servant-leadership orientation.
This College of Applied Studies’ Mentor Education Program combines the special strengths and resources of Wichita State University, College of Applied Studies, Wichita Public Schools (WPS), and the suburban Wichita metro area schools and adds an additional layer of academic support for African American and Hispanic male students who want to pursue post-secondary education as an educational leader.
The target of Men of Color-Educators of Tomorrow is to develop a strong, accountable teacher education-based leadership and service program grounded in reality, research, and results.
The mission of Men of Color-Educators of Tomorrow is to increase the number of available individuals from a broader more diverse background to enter teacher education or as an education leader through a non-profit pathway.