Future Teacher Program
for African American Males
The Future Teacher Program for African American Males prides itself on connecting the students with individuals and role models that have a story to tell and a future to share. Jabhzar Fields, (Freshman/Junior at North Carolina State University) has a small group engages in a small group discussion with Damian Webb, Emmanuel Harris and Ahmad Harris, about his journey to State and his aspirations for the future. By the way, Jahzar graduated from Hoggard in June 2023.
An integral part of the 100’s Future Teacher Program for African American Males includes instruction focused on STEAM activities. Students acquire basic skills through authentic hands-on projects that use biotic kits. Damion Webb, a 10th grade student at Laney High School is pictured in the photo.
On Saturday, February 25, 2023, the 100’s Future Teacher Leaders had the honor of listening, engaging and learning from Dr. Donyell Roseboro, professor of Education at the Watson College of Education, UNCW, about the historical significance of the Rosenwald schools. Through hands-on activities, she helped the students understand the gravity of the Rosenwald schools black community, and its context in shaping education for African Americans in the Jim Crow south.