CUNY Black Male Initiative at CSI/ College Success Initiative, Learning by Teaching Program
The CUNY Black Male Initiative At CSI:
The College Success Initiative:
What is the College Success Initiative Learning by Teaching Program?
The College Success Initiative: Learning by Teaching Program is a comprehensive support program created to increase college graduation rates for historically underrepresented and economically disadvantaged students. This program was designed by The City University of New York (CUNY) to recruit and retain underrepresented students, especially males, at the college level. The College Success Initiative: Learning by Teaching Project was created to strengthen the high school to college pipeline and enable more students from historically underrepresented and economically disadvantaged backgrounds to enter and success in higher education. Our purpose is to help students achieve their educational goals while attending the College of Staten Island and to provide the support that will ensure that they graduate with degrees in academic and/or professional areas of study. The program provides mentoring, tutoring and paid internships to enable students to view themselves and to function as professionals.
For more information about the CUNY BMI Funded Projects, please visit the
CUNY BMI website.