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My Brother's Keeper Wake County


“We believe that every young person deserves the opportunity to achieve their dreams, regardless of their race, gender, or socioeconomic status.” ~ My Brother’s Keeper Alliance

President Obama launched My Brother’s Keeper in February 2014 to address persistent opportunity gaps facing boys and young men of color and to ensure all youth can reach their full potential. In 2015 the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance (MBK Alliance) was launched, inspired by My Brother’s Keeper, to scale and sustain this mission. In late 2017, MBK Alliance became an initiative of the Obama Foundation. Within the Obama Foundation, MBK Alliance focuses on building safe and supportive communities for boys and young men of color where they feel valued and have clear pathways to opportunity.

In 2018, EVOLVE Mentoring launched the MBK Initiative in Wake County to support youth, young adults and organizations. EVOLVE Mentoring’s goal is to be a Quarterback organization to support and build a collaborative community for those working to make an impact in the lives of Black, Latinx and Native American boys and young men.

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MENTOR Presents: Maximizing Volunteer Engagement

Mentoring programs are focused on recruiting and engaging volunteers as mentors, but is there potential for volunteers to support our programs in other ways? Learn how to maximize the potential of your volunteers beyond mentoring, and engage them in recruiting other mentors and mentees, supporting fundraising and events, and much more. We’ll also discuss how to manage volunteers in these different capacities, what roles and responsibilities are better suited for paid staff, and how volunteers can support your program at various stages of development.

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Strategic Volunteer Engagement: A Guide for Nonprofit and Public Sector Leaders



The Numbers

Young Adults Who Were At-Risk for Falling Off Track But Had a Mentor Are:

55% more likely to enroll in college
78% more likely to volunteer regularly
90% are interested in becoming a mentor
130% more likely to hold leadership positions.

Why MBK of Wake County?

Black Students represent 60% of total student suspensions

In comparison, White students represent 19% of total student suspensions.

My Brother's Keeper Alliance

My Brother’s Keeper Alliance

MBK Alliance leads a cross-sector national call to action focused on building safe and supportive communities for boys and young men of color where they feel valued and have clear pathways to opportunity.

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