Eleven King’s College students and five mentors recently participated in the third annual Impact Forum at the Westmoreland Club. The outreach program is designed to enrich the lives of the college’s male minority students. The forum was the culmination of a semester of skill-building workshops for the participating students. The program was made possible by a grant from the McGowan Small Family Fund. The forum also included opportunities for students to be mentored and network and attend a dinner featuring a keynote address. At the event, from left, first row: Phyllis Scott, mentor; Renoy Roy, Verinder Singh and Jaren Peterson, students; the Rev. John Ryan, president, King’s; Martin Dartoe and Dany Calcano, students; Dr. Joan Blewitt, King’s faculty; Tyler Tynes, student; and Georgetta Kerney, mentor. Second row: Nathan Ward, director of college diversity; Lionel Rice and Fabio Castelblanco, students; Robert McGonigle, associate vice president of student affairs and dean of students; William Kerney, mentor and keynote speaker; Serigne Fall, student; Arthur Breese, mentor; and Ide Thompson, student. Third row: Bret Stemrich and Drew McLaughlin, mentors; Ronald Espinosa, student; and Francis Hacken, director of safety and security, King’s.