A free event to connect young minority males with professional male mentors in our community gets underway on Saturday, Sept 20. It’s called the Kings Feast Symposium. Organizer, the Bloom Project, Inc., hopes to make an impact on impressionable males between the ages of 12 and 18, their parents and professional men in this fourth annual event. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. in downtown Indy at the Indiana Government Center Auditorium, 302 West Washington. The Bloom Project Inc., collaborates with the Indiana Commission on the Social Status of Black Males and the Indiana Civil Rights Commission to execute this event which features symposiums and a networking luncheon for young minority males in and around the Indianapolis area who’re considered to be the next generation of leaders. For more info on how to register your teen, call 317-758-8531. Follow them on Twitter @KingsFeastIndy or click HERE.
#YLM: Program To Mentor Indy’s Next Generation of Black Male Leaders was originally published on praiseindy.com