Black Male Leadership Development Institute (BMLDI)
BMLDI is a program that brings African American boys in grades nine through twelve together to participate in year-long activities. The program increases educational and leadership opportunities for selected young African American men to expand their leadership skills to make an impact in their local communities. BMLDI, which is co-sponsored by Robert Morris University, begins with a weeklong residential summer program on the RMU campus, followed by monthly Saturday Institutes and programs throughout the school year.
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BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Complete this form to volunteer to support the Black Male Leadership Development Institute (BMLDI). BMLDI is a year-long program for black and African American men in grades 9 through 12. The program is designed to teach and coach star leadership skills that will help students perform at the highest level in the classroom, community and at work.
Upon completion of this form you can expect to be contacted by the BMLDI team with specific information about next steps regarding your interests. Thank you!