CONNECT CENTERS

Repeating any action again and again creates a habit. As stated by Dr. Andrey Bundley, Director of African American Male Engagement – Baltimore (AAME), “Whatever we do most, we do best.” This stands true for both positive and negative acts of repetition. Proof of this undeniable truth lies in the evolution of mankind, and more specifically in the case of African American Males over the course of many decades.

The goal of AAME is to work with African American Males who desire to build positive and constructive habits to beat any obstacles that life may place in the way of their excellence.

Any African American Male child, youth or adult may sustain his trajectory toward excellence considering there is a place for them to develop positive and constructive behavior repetitively. Under the direction of Tracy Estep (manager of the AAME Connect Center), our AAME team collaborates with community stakeholders to provide the assistance that are especially needed by Black Boys & Men in Baltimore.

We provide assistance to any and everyone, regardless of race, gender, age, or economic status as our each person is human and we are here to help as best we can to help you successfully navigate the road toward your excellence.

As we help to remove barriers toward each boy or man’s excellence, we expose Connect Center participants to our Mission186 Core Values

  1. Seek to Give First
  2. Acquire a Healthy Heart and Mind
  3. Establish a Personal (Life) Plan – Now and in the Future
  4. Understand Cultural Power – Past and Present
  5. Establish a New Work Ethic.

WE'RE HERE TO HELP

We help remove barriers related to:

  • Preparation and Placement
  • Job Training and Placement
  • Identification
  • Vocational Certificates
  • High School Diploma and GED
  • College Readiness
  • Legal Expungement

Center Operation Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Address:
4151 Park Heights Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215

Phone: 410-396-6090