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Dominion Energy Supports Call Me MISTER Program

      The Call Me MISTER program receives $50,000 grant from Dominion Energy.


WCBD-TV looks ath the College's Call Me MISTER program.

Black male teachers on rise

The Post and Courier reports on the two first CofC Call Me MISTERs to graduate.

Letters to the Editor: Rep. Floyd Breeland's influence in SC education valued

President Andrew Hsu writes a letter to The Post and Courier about the passing of former South Carolina representative and Call Me MISTER director Floyd Breeland.

New Call Me MISTER Scholarship Honors CofC Interim Provost Frances Welch

Lowcountry Biz reports on a new scholarship for the Call Me MISTER program that honors interim Provost Frances Welch

'From Oprah to Ellen': Call Me MISTER celebrates 20 years of fostering Black male teachers

The Greenville News looks at the Call Me MISTER Program, which supports minority make students majoring in education.

Black men make up only 2% of teachers in the US. A group named 'Call Me MISTER' wants to change that

CofC student Kyle Fersner is featured in a CNN story about the Call Me MISTER program.

CofC students who appeared on the 'The Ellen Show' welcomed to campus

WCIV-TV reports on students Jaheim President and Darius Smith entering the 'Call Me MISTER' program.

WCIV, WCBD, WCSC, WPDE, WYFF, The State, The Post and Courier, Spartanburg Herald Journal, Charleston Business Journal, Greenville News and more news outlets report on Ellen DeGeneres informing two high school students that they will receive full scholarships to the College of Charleston.

With their 'Ellen' debut, Ashley Ridge seniors shine a light on the need for teachers

The Post and Courier has the story of two high school seniors planning to participate in the College's Call Me MISTER program. "The Ellen Show" has a daily audience of 6 million viewers.

LMC Podcast Men of Color Episode

Host Kim Gailliard catches up with students and staff from the College of Charleston’s Call Me MiSTER program to learn how they’re tackling the lack of diversity in educational leadership – especially among men of color. Guests featured are Dr. Anthony James and students Jaheim President, Kyle Fersner and Dennis Wright.