BUILDING MEN, PROFESSIONALS, COMMUNITY LEADERS.

In every little village in the world, there are great potential champions who only need motivation, development and good exercise evaluation.

ARTHUR LYDIARD
PLANTING THE RIGHT MENTALITY

Focusing on positive self-esteem, self worth, perspective, and teaching them ultimately not what to think, but how to think.

ROOTING A PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND

Preparing students to have successful futures while emphasizing the importance of college and career-readiness.

SOWING THE SEED

Teaching the importance of becoming active men in the community while fostering the significance of service and bringing awareness to the world and how we can create change.

The Village Mentoring is a non-profit organization that was incorporated on June 30, 2017. We aim to give more support and love to the young men in our communities.

OBJECTIVES

3+

MENTORS

35

LIVES INSPIRED

100+

SCHOLARS

80+

Member of the Month

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Anthony Henry is our September Member of the Month! Anthony is a Sophomore studying Computer Science at North Carolina A&T. Here's a quote that he lives by: “When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.” - Hellen Keller Congratulations, Anthony!

Freshman of the Month

Antwoine Holden is our September Freshman of the Month!
As a freshman, Antwoine is studying Psychology at North Carolina A&T and a quote that he lives by states: "The meaning of life is to find your gift, but the purpose of life is to give it away." Congratulations, Antwoine!

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COVID-19 Policies and Procedures

NEW 2020-2021 VIRTUAL ACADEMIC PROGRAMS!

Branch Academy

Through continuous 1:1 sessions, this is an 8 month program that offers assistance in areas such as college readiness, academic tutoring, and scholarship opportunities for students in grades 10-12.

Male Scholars Academy

While being in a group environment, this is weekly program geared towards providing students in grades 6-8 with big brother mentors, social/ emotional development, academic tutoring, and literacy in all S.T.E.M areas.

Boys Book Club

While being in a group environment, this is weekly program geared towards providing students in grades 4-5 with big brother mentors, social/ emotional development, academic tutoring, and literacy in all S.T.E.M areas.

ANNUAL INTIATIVES AND PROJECTS

Because of My Village Week

Sowing the Seed

Alzheimer’s Awareness Walk

Planting the Right Mentality

HBCU Day

Rooting a Professional Background

T Shirts 4 Tots

Planting the Right Mentality