About MENtal Freedom
MENtal Freedom is a new mentoring program designed to provide leadership, networking, dialogue, instruction and real world situations focused on interpersonal, academic, and professional development. The program will establish and encourage inclusiveness, community and legacy.
The outreach behind MENtal Freedom is focused on our traditionally under-represented males, including African-American and Latino men. The men interview into the program, attend weekly mentoring sessions, journal, and dialogue as they receive skills training and explore concepts designed to foster success and create a sense of community fostering peer-to-peer mentoring. In exchange for their time and commitment, the men receive structured programming, guidance, individual mentoring, and continual contact from the Coordinator, the Director, and the Advisory Board Members.
Congratulations MENtal Freedom Graduates 2012-2013!
We are excited to congratulate and celebrate our 2012-2013 graduates, Trayveon Davis, Jeff Smith, Christopher Knowles and Lewis Straughter!
- Spring 2013 Activities
- All-campus informational meeting, 12 PM on January 28, TSC 27
- All-campus informational meeting, 11 AM on February 1, TSC 27
- Weekly Meeting, 12 PM on February 4, TSC 219
- MENtal Freedom Interviews, 11 AM - 3 PM, February 8, TSC 28
- Diversity Leadership Conference, February 8-9, 2013
- Weekly Meeting, 12 PM on February 11, TSC 219
- New Member Welcome Reception, 1:30-2:30 PM on February 15, Dining Hall
- Weekly Meeting, 12 PM on February 25, TSC 219
- Weekly Meetings every Monday of the semester, 12 PM, TSC 219
See our Diversity and Inclusion upcoming events page for more activities!
Meet MENtal Freedom
MENtal Freedom 2012-2013 students include:
Top Row: Brian Ngwa, Brendon Williams, Lorenzo Puente. Second Row: Spencer McDuffy, Lewis Straughter, Evan Gamble. Third Row: Odell Woodson, Andre McQuitty. Fourth Row: Traivohn Jefferson, Mr. Reggie Hall (Coordinator), Christopher Knowles. Fifth Row: Sneyder Jimenez, Sean Guinyard, Joel Munoz, McCoy Renfro. Front Row: Philip Hayes, AD Canady, Nick Daniels. Not pictured: Christian Osborn, Jeff Smith, Michael Ruiz, Eduardo Calderon, Ashton Manley, Trayveon Davis
MENtal Freedom relies on an Advisory Board of Tarleton State University faculty. The 2012-2013 Advisory Board Members include:
See images of MENtal Freedom Lecture Series, events, and outreach on our Photo Gallery page.
Mr. Reggie Hall, Coordinator
Thompson Student Center, 13
Dr. Lora Helvie-Mason, Director
Office of Diversity & Inclusion
Thompson Student Center, 21