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Youth Leadership Initiative 

The Brotherhood's signature program is its Youth Leadership Initiative. It focuses on developing the "personal" leadership capacity of teenage boys.  Our primary goal is to facilitate the leadership, character, and intellectual development of young boys in a manner that impacts their transition to manhood in a positive and productive manner.  We value the lives of our young boys and will work to see that they grow into respectful, productive, and responsible young men who are academically successful, serve their communities and take responsibility for their personal conduct and development. 
In other words, LEAD!

Personal Leadership

“Personal leadership is the self-confident ability to crystalize your thinking and establish an exact direction for your own life, to commit yourself to moving in that direction, and then to take determined action to acquire, accomplish, or become whatever you identify as the ultimate goal in your life.”

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Joel Farcht

Program Benefits

  1. Members become more in tune with their own capabilities. 

  2. Members are empowered to make better personal and career decisions.

  3. Members establish a support network that lasts a lifetime.

  4. Members gain a sense of focus in their lives

  5. Members experience a super boost of self-confidence.

Key Program Features

  • Customized personal leadership curricula

  • Authentic teaching and learning opportunities

  • Weekly sessions at individual school sites and one monthly session where all chapter convene at a central location for activities and recreation

  • Recreational (sports and non-sports) activities scheduled throughout the calendar year (including summer)

  • Peer tutoring, mentoring, jobs and career preparation, Boys to Men Fatherhood Initiative, etc. 

  • Service-Learning projects

  • Opportunities for volunteerism and community activism, and scores of other activities and events

“Leadership is practiced not so much in words, but in attitude and action.” 

Harold S. Geneen

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