Fw: Mentoring event , flyer enclosed
Attn: SCOP Groups, EPIC Community Stakeholder network and community partners.
One of the key ingredents to resolving the violence issue as it relates to youth people is building better relationships.
Having a significant person in a young person's live can change their world.
Someone said, you may think you are just one person in the world but to some young person you may be the world to them.
Check out the info and see you tonite at Treasures.
Blessed by the Best
Community Engagement Specialist
Community Engagement Unit
Department of Human Services
1601 Cherry Street, 9th floor
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Aspire to Inspire - Pray First, Aim High and Stay Focused
"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you and next you win."
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michael.rice@...ccSubject Mentoring event , flyer enclosed
Who’s Mentoring Black children? Inmates, Athletes, Addicts or you?
Too many young people consider entertainers, athletes , and the guys on the corner role models. Join us for a spirited panel discussion on other resources that are available in our community and how we can create new solutions for reaching young people.
Friday, June 1st 5-9 pm
100 Black Men of Philly co-presents with SuccessNet,
Hosted by George C. Fraser, C.E.O. of FraserNet Inc., Networking Guru, Best Selling Author and founder of The Power Networking Conference
Location: Treasure’s on the Avenue, 5549 Germantown Ave.
Performance by Children Of The Arts.
To become a
Sponsor, set up a table displaying Your Mentoring Non Profit or Vend,
Contact Earl Harvey @ 267.244.3860 or Wanda Davis @ 267.688.1582.
RSVP your attendance
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