Register TODAY for the 2020/2021 Saturday Leadership Academy

Register TODAY for the 2020/2021
Saturday Leadership Academy

Registration Link:  https://bit.ly/35ezZq7

Mentoring is the cornerstone to all of the 100’s programming and the foundation of our chapter’s premier initiative, the Saturday Leadership Academy (SLA). The SLA is an exciting opportunity for young men, 6th-12th grade, to interact with caring adult mentors who are members of the Greater Washington D.C. chapter.

The program is designed to help develop our youth into leaders by inspiring them to identify personal dreams and goals. We encourage and empower them to build action plans geared toward achieving their objectives. As an SLA participant, students grow and develop by involvement in challenging individual and team activities that feature both fun and educational field trips and engagement. Students get to engage with professionals from a myriad of careers and learn firsthand about what it takes to achieve difficult goals through the development of their leadership skills.

Our students are also exposed to opportunities to engage in community service projects, economic empowerment, career exploration, academic growth, STEM education, national conference attendance, and other developmental opportunities.

Time:  11:00 am – 12:30 pm

Dates: October 3rd, 2020 – May 22nd, 2021

Location: Zoom virtual meeting.

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic all Saturday Leadership Academy sessions were held in person from 10am – 1pm. To ensure everyone’s safety, we’ve transitioned to the Zoom platform and reduced the length to 90 mins. We will continue to adhere to local, State, and CDC guidelines, and will provide comprehensive information in advance should the location / format change.

Take advantage of this Great Opportunity.
Register Today!  https://bit.ly/35ezZq7

You Can Help Us Lead The Way 

  At its core, 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, D.C. is a mentoring organization.  Through a variety of structured programs, we provide positive role models to young men and women, with the objective of supporting their intellectual, physical, mental, and economic growth and development.

To support our work on behalf of children, please visit www.100BlackMenDC.org/donate and make a tax-deductible donation today.
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