09 Dec 100BMC – Western Suburb Mentoring Program – Saturday, December 6th Session
Attached is a summary of the 100 Black Men of Chicago, Inc.’s (100BMC) Western Suburb Mentoring Program’s Saturday, December 5th, Session. The meeting represented our 10th for Program Year 2015-16. The summary also includes our December 6th field trip to the Museum of Science & Industry (MSI).
Our appreciation is extended to the following individual(s):
- Mr. Alwyn Francis for his preparation/delivery as facilitator for Saturday’s session on Time Management.
- Mrs. Natalie Johnson, Mr. Rob Davis, and Mr. Gerald Bloodsaw for photos, and for serving as Chaperons on Sunday’sfield trip to the MSI.
Additional attached documents:
- Session Photos.
- December 12th – Information Sharing (Students are required to come prepared to deliver a local, national, or international news story before the group).
- December 13th – Field Trip (Blue 1647 Technology Center)
- December 19th – Holiday Celebration…
For Your Information:
- The 100 Black Men of Chicago, Inc. (100BMC) is attempting to formulate an ACT Test Preparation Course, through Revolution Prep, to prepare students for the April 2016 national test. The Course which normally sells for $750.00, is being offered by the 100BMC for only $245.00; a savings of over 200%. A $100.00 deposit, needed to reserve a spot, is required no later that Wednesday, December 30th. Questions may be directed to my attention.
- Pathways to Success a funded program designed for High School students to expose and help develop action plans to achieve their professional aspirations. Parents requiring additional information or interested in their child pursuing this opportunity should reach out to me immediately; there’s only a limited number of slots.
- Dollars & $ense one of two (2) competitions which will enable our students to compete against other 100 Chapters from across the nation at our Annual Conference. Students along with an adviser will be given a case study and be required to resolve the case utilizing financial tools and logic.
- Know your African American History the second of two (2) competitions which will enable our students to compete against other 100 Chapters from across the nation at our Annual Conference. Students along with an adviser will be expected to provide answers to a series questions pertaining to African American Scholars, Inventors, Freedom Fighters, etc. utilizing a battery of resource material.
Questions pertaining to our Mentoring Program and/or the content of this communique may be directed to my attention. We look forward to seeing you Saturday.
Al Demming, 100BMC
VP of Youth Services
Site Leader – Western Suburb Mentoring Program