Our Services

Why Choose Us

Youth Mentoring
Academic Support for athletes
Sports Training

Skill development , game repetitions, read and react situations conditioning and competition.

Civil Service Support

Written abilities, Trait assessment course.

Employment

Direct pathways to employment.

Community Events
Career Exploration

Community Event 8/12/23

  1. General Conferences
  2. HIV/AIDS and Other Health Disparities Teen Youth Summits in Cooperation with Local Hospitals
  3. Workshops and Training for Mentors
  4. One-One Mentoring, Group Mentoring and Peer Mentoring
  5. Year-Round Curriculum Teaching Survival Skills
  6. Employment Opportunities for Students
  7. Principal Recognition Ceremonies
  8. Police and Youth Relations Conferences and Workshops
  9. Guns, Violence and Their Impact on Society and Workshops
  10. Enroll youth in activities and help families with payment (basketball, football, boxing, clubs.
  11. Spiritual Aspects Including Ministerial Involvement
  12. Recognition of Mentors and Induction of New Mentors
  13. Annual Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Scholarship Breakfast-Fundraiser
  14. Annual “Finish High School…Now What?” Conference and Rites of Passage Ceremony
  15. Annual Scholarship Presentation in Graduating Seniors Membership in the NAACP
  16. Role Models Partnership-Miami Herald Spotlight Feature of Scholarship Recipients Full Page Color
  17. Money Management, Credit Card and Debt Prevention Workshops and Student Loan Counseling
  18. Farm Share Meal Distribution
  19. Annual Take A Role Model “Apprentice” to Work Day
  20. Field Trips to Correctional Facilities
  21. Field Trips to College Campuses
  22. Teen Court Tours in Conjunction with Public Defender’s Office, State Attorney’s Office; and Parole Board Hearing
  23. Verizon S.T.E.M. Career EXPLORATION Series
  24. Annual Educational and Cultural Leadership Fieldtrip to Washington, D.C.
  25. Field Trips to Cultural and Enrichment Activities Throughout Miami-Dade County
  26. Emphasis on Soft Skills, Appropriate Etiquette and Speech
  27. Models of Excellence Billboard Project
  28. Emphasis on African-American History and Cultural
  29. Community Service Performed by all Students Participants
  30. Television Show, Entitled: “5000 Role Models TV Show” on Miami Dade College TV
  31. Summer Basketball Jamboree
  32. HBCU DAY – various HBCU  come to syracuse and talk about their school
  33. Circle of Excellence Ceremony
  34. Ambassadors Program
  35. Publication/Brochures ~ Police and Youth, HIV/AIDS, Consequences of Being Arrested or Convict
  36. Critical Thinking Training and Test Taking Skills
  37. Locally Established Council on the Status of Black Men and Boys
  38. College Dual Enrollment
  39. Fire and Rescue Academic

Trust The Process

Trust the process is a dropout prevention, mentoring program committed to closing the minority male achievement (access) gap by guiding minority male students along a carefully charted path through grades 8-12 and college or ensuring the attainment of other post-secondary credentials, and increasing their employability in higher wage, high skills jobs within high demand industries.

  1. General Conferences
  2. HIV/AIDS and Other Health Disparities Teen Youth Summits in Cooperation with Local Hospitals
  3. Workshops and Training for Mentors
  4. One-One Mentoring, Group Mentoring and Peer Mentoring
  5. Year-Round Curriculum Teaching Survival Skills
  6. Employment Opportunities for Students
  7. Principal Recognition Ceremonies
  8. Police and Youth Relations Conferences and Workshops
  9. Guns, Violence and Their Impact on Society and Workshops
  10. Enroll youth in activities and help families with payment (basketball, football, boxing, clubs.
  11. Spiritual Aspects Including Ministerial Involvement
  12. Recognition of Mentors and Induction of New Mentors
  13. Annual Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Unity Scholarship Breakfast-Fundraiser
  14. Annual “Finish High School…Now What?” Conference and Rites of Passage Ceremony
  15. Annual Scholarship Presentation in Graduating Seniors Membership in the NAACP
  16. Role Models Partnership-Miami Herald Spotlight Feature of Scholarship Recipients Full Page Color
  17. Money Management, Credit Card and Debt Prevention Workshops and Student Loan Counseling
  18. Farm Share Meal Distribution
  19. Annual Take A Role Model “Apprentice” to Work Day
  20. Field Trips to Correctional Facilities
  21. Field Trips to College Campuses
  22. Teen Court Tours in Conjunction with Public Defender’s Office, State Attorney’s Office; and Parole Board Hearing 

  23. Verizon S.T.E.M. Career EXPLORATION Series
  24. Annual Educational and Cultural Leadership Fieldtrip to Washington, D.C.
  25. Field Trips to Cultural and Enrichment Activities Throughout Miami-Dade County
  26. Emphasis on Soft Skills, Appropriate Etiquette and Speech
  27. Models of Excellence Billboard Project
  28. Emphasis on African-American History and Cultural
  29. Community Service Performed by all Students Participants
  30. Television Show, Entitled: “5000 Role Models TV Show” on Miami Dade College TV
  31. Summer Basketball Jamboree
  32. HBCU DAY – various HBCU  come to syracuse and talk about their school
  33. Circle of Excellence Ceremony
  34. Ambassadors Program
  35. Publication/Brochures ~ Police and Youth, HIV/AIDS, Consequences of Being Arrested or Convict
  36. Critical Thinking Training and Test Taking Skills
  37. Locally Established Council on the Status of Black Men and Boys
  38. College Dual Enrollment
  39. Fire and Rescue Academic

Get In Touch With Us

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