The 100 Black Men of Omaha (100) continues to enhance our mentoring efforts by providing wrap around services for our mentees and their families. Through our workshops we engage and empower parents to strengthen their involvement in their child’s educational and social development.
The mission of the 100 is to improve the quality of life in Omaha by helping our youth reach their fullest potential. This has been the organization’s mission since 1995 when a group of concerned men realized that the survival of the community rested on their willingness to join together and be a vehicle for positive change. We seek to achieve our mission through Mentoring, Education, Health & Wellness and Economic Empowerment. The 100, an affiliate of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc., made up of leading African-American men of business, industry, public affairs and government.
September 2017 through April 2018, the 100 will host the following series parent workshops and family leadership institute sessions for its program participants’ families. These Saturday workshops and sessions are on Saturdays at Monroe Middle School. Please contact the 100 Office to learn more about our mentoring programs.
Moby Max “Anytime, Anywhere Learning-Part I” – 9/23/17
“Home: Where Leadership Begins” – 9/30/17
“Self-Identity: Past, Present, and Future” – 10/21/17
Parent Teacher Conferences – 10/28/17
“Kids Who Fought Back for Change” – 11/18/17
“Education: The Key to a Better Future” – 12/2/17
“Improving Relationships: Partnerships for Success” – 2/3/2018
“Storytelling & Journaling: Valuing Literacy through Family History” 2/17/18
“Facing Challenges at Home: Strategies for Success” – 3/10/18
“Celebrating Academic Excellence: Success as a Way of Life” – 4/7/18
Moby Max “Anytime, Anywhere Learning-Part II” – 4/14/18
“The College Experience” – 4/28/2018 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. @ UNO