Supporting Male Educators of Color in STEM

Education, workforce development in North Carolina energized by $2.7 million in Duke Energy grants  More than 70 NC organizations receive support for high-impact programs and initiatives- Profound Gentlemen received support to develop and retain an additional 25 highly effective male educators of color teaching STEM in North Carolina. CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Duke Energy...

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Education Post Recognizes Profound Gentlemen

Jason Terrell and Mario Jovan Shaw met through the 2012 Teach For America Corps and lived together as roommates. Frustrated with the lack of Black male teachers, they started a non-profit called Profound Gentlemen. But the two Charlotte transplants never imagined that this work would lead them to earn one of...

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CIA’s Impact on Male Educators of Color

By. Ashely Robinson- Community Impact Intern On March 10-12th Profound Gentlemen hosted its 2nd Annual Community Impact Assembly in Charlotte, NC. The Community Impact Assembly, also known as CIA, is an event that attracts over 100 male educators of color from all over the country to come together to share...

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Profound Gentlemen Recipient of SEED20 Grand Prize

PROFOUND GENTLEMEN RECIPIENT OF $20,000 AWARD AT   THE 6TH ANNUAL SEED20 COMPETITION CHARLOTTE, N.C., March 28, 2017 – Profound Gentlemen, Inc. received the Wells Fargo People’s Choice Award Grand Prize of $20,000 at the 6th annual SEED20 competition for nonprofit entrepreneurs on Monday.  Twenty nonprofits from the greater Charlotte...

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Support Group Awards Young Educators of Color at Second Community Assembly

Profound Gentlemen was featured in Creative Loafing Charlotte. Javon Thomas was among more than 200 or so educators attending the second annual Profound Gentlemen community impact assembly last Saturday, March 11, at Sedgefield Middle School in Charlotte. The organization, founded by Charlotte educators Jason Terrell and Mario Jovan Shaw, presented awards to several...

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