Men of Tomorrow Academy
The 100 Black Men of Phoenix Men of Tomorrow Academy (M.o.T.A.) is a tuition-free leadership development program that serves to develop the social, cultural, intellectual, and physical well-being of male youth ages 13-18.
The academy focuses on building essential skills needed to become productive and contributing citizens. We meet Saturdays at least twice per month from September to June from 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. or when otherwise stated.
Mentorship Education Network
The 100 Black Men of Phoenix Mentorship Education Network (M.E.N.) focuses on the positive self-empowerment of African-American and Hispanic adolescent males. The program consists of monthly field trips with 7th and 8th graders from the Roosevelt School District and George Gervin Prep Academy. Our partnership with Roosevelt has spanned over 20 years and Gervin since 2019. Areas of self-improvement include but not limited to academic, career development, social and emotional skill development, and culture competency.
The program includes African-American males, who are members of the 100 Black Men, that wish to serve as positive role models and mentors to young males. Young males are engaged in one-on-one and/or group mentoring sessions and structured lectures designed to teach youth about the social factors that negatively and positively impact their development.
In collaboration with Wells Fargo, the 100 will continue to establish and implement programs to address and help eradicate financial illiteracy among youth of color.
This programs are designed to provide students with the opportunity to learn and apply best practice strategies for saving and investing.
The goal of this program is to help students understand basic savings/investment principles and to apply these standards in their day-to-day lives.
In partnership with the Society of Automobile Engineers. This program is a hands on small group STEM project.
A World in Motion offers engaging, real-world STEM challenges developed around AWIM’s Engineering Design Experience™ where students set real world goals, design, build, test, and present a solution/product.
By creating a safe and supportive space to explore new ideas, solve problems, collaborate, and use their imagination, young learners can unlock their superpowers and accomplish anything.