What is the Afro Caribbean Mentorship Program (ACMP)?

The Afro Caribbean Mentorship Program is is dedicated to supporting the success of African descent and other racialized students in at Carleton University.

Study’s show that experiences with racism and discrimination can impede  of African, Caribbean, Black and other racialized student’s successful transition to, and development in, post-secondary institutions.

ACMP facilitates community programming, skill workshops and one-on-one mentoring.

To further support the ACMP and its future events, you can donate to our campaign on Future Funder.

Support us on Future Funder

FUSION Partnership with ACMP

The FUSION Skills Program consists of a 10-hour online integrated learning experience designed to enhance student skills in three areas critical to 21st-century success and leadership: metacognition (develop strategies to improve your learning process), communication, and problem-solving. After completing the six modules, students will receive CCR credits and a $150 honorarium. Participation is optional.

All Carleton students (undergraduate or graduate) engaged with any work-integrated learning (research assistant, coaches, mentors, workshop facilitators, etc.), volunteering, or doing community work are eligible to register for the FUSION but, priority will be given for students involved with partnering programs including ACMP.

Register here! The deadline is October 25th.

For more information, please visit Carleton’s FUSION website or contact fusion@carleton.ca.

Upcoming Events

There are no upcoming events scheduled at this time.

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Learn more about ACMP on their website or by following them on social media @ACMPOttawa.