100 Black Men of America, Inc.                            Mentee Training Manual Outline                               Lea...
II.    Mentoring the 100 Way: Youth Development (4Sessions)       1) Self-Identity          a) Cultivation of the Human Sp...
IV.       Health & Wellness for Life (4 Weeks)               1)   Nutrition Basics: Read It Before You Eat It!            ...
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  1. 1. 100 Black Men of America, Inc. Mentee Training Manual Outline Leadership Academy FormatEach module is to be developed for a 1 to 1.5 hour presentation and activity time period. I. Introduction to the Mentoring Program (1 week) A. Introductions & Icebreaker or Team-Building Activity B. History and Purpose of Program C. Benefits of Mentoring D. Roles and Responsibilities 1. 100 Chapter 2. Mentors 3. Mentees 4. Parents / Family / School / Community 5. SMART Goals E. Program Guidelines and Expectations 1. Mentor – Mentee Match Process 2. Program Structure 3. Attendance 4. Code of Conduct F. Safety Protocols and Procedures 1. Boundaries and Confidentiality 2. Reporting Issues 3. Non-negotiable Taboos 4. Emergency Drills / Evacuation Procedures G. Logistics and Enrollment Requirements 1. Mentor / Mentee / Parental Contracts 2. Family / Parental Contact Information 3. Media Release / Emergency / Liability Forms 4. Off-Site Activities / Permission Slips 5. Pre-Test
  2. 2. II. Mentoring the 100 Way: Youth Development (4Sessions) 1) Self-Identity a) Cultivation of the Human Spirit and Human Potential b) Nurture and Crystalize Dreams and Aspirations c) Self-Awareness and Spirituality d) Cultural Identity: Rites of Passage e) Sexuality and STDs f) Gender Roles g) Hygiene 2) Relationship Dynamics a) Family roles and support systems b) Peer relationships, pressure, and “fitting in” c) Divorce, d) Suicide, and e) Bereavement 3) Social and Emotional Development a. Learning Basic Trust Versus Basic Mistrust (Hope) b. Learning Autonomy Versus Shame (Will) c. Learning Initiative Versus Guilt (Purpose) d. Industry Versus Inferiority (Competence) e. Learning Identity Versus Identity Diffusion (Fidelity) f. Learning Intimacy Versus Isolation (Love) g. Learning Generativity Versus Self-Absorption (Care) h. Integrity Versus Despair (Wisdom) 4) Substance Abuse and Violence a) Drugs Abuse b) Conflict resolution c) Violence d) BullyingIII. Education: The Great Equalizer (4 session) 1. College Readiness a. Test Preparation b. College Planning c. College Search d. Financial Aid e. Scholarship Workshop 2. Economics of Education a. Learn and Earn b. Earning Power: $35,000 vs $55,000 vs $100,000 c. Creating & Charting a Pathway to Dreams d. Life Skills (Real Game) 3. STEM Careers 4. Career Assessment
  3. 3. IV. Health & Wellness for Life (4 Weeks) 1) Nutrition Basics: Read It Before You Eat It! 2) Family History: Common Diseases Among African Americans 3) Know Your Numbers: Aerobic Capacity & BMI 4) Easy Opportunities for Physical Activity 5) The Economics of Junk Food: What Are You Paying For 6) Live Food: Eating Healthy Snacks & Meals 7) Urban Gardening: A Youth Project 8) The health effects of substance abuse 9) The health effects of STDsV. Economic Empowerment (4 Weeks) 1) Financial Literacy a. The Purpose and Love of Money b. Earning It c. Budgeting It d. Spending It e. Saving It f. Sharing It g. What is Credit and Why Do I Need It? h. Planning Smart 2) Entrepreneurship a. Finding opportunities b. Developing a business plan c. Starting a business 3) Career Development (Pipeline) and Life Skills (Real Game) 4) Social EntrepreneurshipVI. Leadership (4 Weeks) a. Planning and Goal-Setting (Real Game) b. Community Service c. Social Innovation d. Future Problem Solving (FPSI)VII. Closing Session and Program Evaluation (1 Week) A. Purpose of the Annual Conference B. Overview of Workshops & Events C. Chapter Orientation: Conference Do’s and Do Not’s D. Surveys and Post-Test E. Rewarding Milestones F. Preparing for Summer Success

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