Historically underserved students often struggle as a result of limited opportunity and support outside of the home. Without high aspirations and high expectations, many of our students are destined to fall back into a cycle of instability while our society loses more potential leaders for the future.
Students are exposed to a variety of careers, social issues, post-secondary opportunities, and the great outdoors.
The cohort participates in service events around the city and mentors younger children at elementary schools within their community.
Students learn to identify and analyze leaders within the community and will pursue a leadership opportunity of their own.
The men learn tangible skills applicable in the professional world including resume writing, interview simulations, and financial literacy.