Scholarships and Mentoring
The Black Rhinos Mentoring Program was established in 2009 to address the daily academic, social, and community challenges young black men face. Each participant is groomed in the following.
Leadership Development | Entrepreneurial Skills | Community Service Involvement
The program also hosts an annual bus trip to visit historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and other educational institutions in the southeast. The Black Rhinos Program has served nearly 1,000 young men over the past 13 years and currently serves over 80 young men throughout Metro Atlanta in grades 6 through 1.
Awarded over $240,000 in scholarships Aboubacar Barrie, Scholarship Recipient
Aboubacar is a third-year Business and Engineering student at Georgia Tech and a two-time honoree of the Delta Mu Mu Scholarship. As a first-generation college student whose family’s income is not enough to support the full
costs of attendance. Aboubacar was fortunate enough to receive these scholarships to support his education and eliminate the need of student loans. After having secured roughly 90% of funding from other scholarships, he still needed $3,000. Aboubacar applied for and was granted a $3,500 scholarship from the Delta Mu Mu Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Aboubacar is extremely grateful for the scholarship that he received both his freshman and junior years. He wants to eventually give back to another student struggling to pay their way through college.