The 100 is committed to mentoring and supporting
individuals as they pursue goals throughout their
lifetime. Mentoring the 100 Way®
focuses on building essential skills needed to
become productive, contributing citizens.
Workshops for children and youth include topics such
as positive self identity and personal vision, life
skills, social and emotional skills, moral
character, work ethic and lifelong learning.
All Mentoring the 100 Way techniques are developed
using S.M.A.R.T. Goals and utilize multiple
mentoring relationship models.
In the 100 Black Men
of North Metro Chapter, we provide mentoring to
youth through a series of projects servicing ages 12
through 18. Each project utilizes a life
skills curriculum that promotes self-discipline and
respect, educational excellence and achievement, as
well as personal responsibility and career exposure.
The Men of Tomorrow
and Freshman Mentoring programs are examples of the
North Metro Chapter's mentoring projects.