By K.S. McNutt Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.orgBryon Dickens' career path took a turn when the president of Oklahoma City Community College asked him to develop and launch a mentoring program for at-risk students.
Dickens, a successful image consultant for professional men and women, never had tackled a job like that.
"I committed to one year," he said.
It was 2015 and newly installed OCCC President Jerry Steward wanted a program to help the student demographic that was struggling the most: black males.Read more on NewsOK.com
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