Dr. Keith Mayes is Associate Professor in the Department of African American and African Studies at the University of MN. His teaching and research interests include civil rights policy and the law, race and education pedagogy, and multiculturalism and diversity. Dr. Mayes has taught in the Minnesota State Colleges and University system and consults with school districts on curriculum development, institutional equity and student retention. This video was filmed in April 2016 by Callsign51.
Minneapolis Convention Center | First Floor Room 101 | 1301 Second Avenue South
Mark your calendars for our 14th annual Education Partners Luncheon with Reshma Saujani, renowned founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, a national non-profit organization working to close the gender gap in technology and prepare young women for jobs of the future.
To prepare for greater challenges and more advanced internships, these interns participated in workshops on technology and media literacy, critical thinking skills, global awareness, workplace ethics, self-management skills, financial literacy, job-seeking skills and more.
72 of our partner organizations have demonstrated outstanding commitment to Minneapolis students through their generous financial and program support, as well as their strategic leadership and collaboration in this work. We are honored to recognize these organizations as our new AchieveMpls Champions, Partners and Allies.