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Father and Son Playing

We Need Mentors

  • Increased high school graduation rates

  • Lower high school dropout rates

  • Healthier relationships

  • Healthier lifestyle choices

  • Better attitude about school

  • Higher college enrollment rates 

  • Higher educational aspirations

  • Enhanced self-esteem and confidence

  • Improved behavior at home and school

  • Stronger relationships with parents, teachers, and peers

  • Improved interpersonal skills


We Need Tutors to Help with Reading and Writing

  • Boys are more inclined to read informational texts, magazines, and newspaper articles

  • Boys are more inclined to read graphic novels and comic books

  • Boys tend to resist reading stories about girls, whereas girls do not tend to resist reading stories about boys

  • Boys like to read about hobbies, sports, and things they might do or be interested in doing

  • Boys like to collect things and tend to like to collect series of books

  • Boys read less fiction than girls

  • Boys tend to enjoy escapism and humor, and some boys are passionate about science fiction or fantasy


We Need Guest Speakers to Share their Stories, Lessons, Failures and Successes


Children who have fathers or male father figures involved in their education are more likely to:

  • Get better grades

  • Have better verbal problem solving skills

  • Do better on achievement tests

  • Demonstrate a higher tolerance for stress and frustration

  • Have positive peer relationships

  • Participate in extracurricular activities

  • Have few discipline problems 


 Men, We Need You! 

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