ASANTE: ASANTE provides high school students the opportunity to earn their community service credit by working with faculty and staff throughout the University. In addition to developing those skills, which are essential to the world of work, high school students broaden their understanding of how a University operates and they also learn about the career opportunities available at an institution of higher learning.
AYA: AYA was created to empower female students who are randomly selected through advisement of guidance counselors in the high schools of Baltimore City so that they may acheiev academic excellence.
BROTHER 2 BROTHER: Brother 2 Brother is a mentoring organization that focuses on the needs of High School Males in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. We focus on building Interpersonal Skills, Trust, Brother-hood, Community awareness and above anything else Aware-ness of Academic Achievement.
KWANZAA: Kwanzaa is an African American holiday celebrated by Morgan State University on the first Saturday in December. Children throughout the City of Baltimore are invited to the campus to learn about the fundamental values and traditions upon which African people have built a civilization, culture and character. Music games, exhibits, food, dance and storytelling and a number of other activities are used to explain the Seven Principals of Kwanzaa.
SASY: SASY (Sisters Advancing Sisterhood in Youth) is a big sister/ little sister program for high school females. Topics that focus on health, beauty, sex education, male-female relationships and post-secondary education are used to promote self-pride and sisterhood. A group of young Morgan women mentor high school females to help better their social ailments. The ultimate goal is to bring young ladies together in an environment that promotes sisterhood. Incorporated are activities that center around the four program components.
STOMP ON HIV: Stomp on HIV is a program designed to reveal the naked truth about safe sex and HIV/AIDS awareness, through interactive group sessions, positive role models, and an HIV/AIDS Resource Fair. With HIV on the rise within the African American community and among the youth and young adults ages 13-24, it is imperative that education and awareness are widely distributed throughout urban areas so that the stigma of HIV/AIDS can be lifted. With the notion that knowledge is equivalent to power, it is the goal of the Stomp on HIV program to empower the community, local high schools and surrounding colleges and universities by supplying the information necessary to adequately equip everyone with the knowledge and understanding of HIV/AIDS.
Y.E.S. 2 COLLEGE (Youth Empowerment Summit): Y.E.S. 2 College is a dynamic, innovative, one day youth conference which helps middle and high school youth explore the many reasons to attend a college or university. This interactive conference is coordinated by supportive and knowledgable Morgan State University students.