Kenneth Robinson Jr.
President-Elect / 100 Black Men of Metropolitan Houston
?100 BMOH mentors on average 75 young men from 6th grade to 12th grade every 2nd & 4th Saturday of the month on the campus of Texas Southern University. Sessions include "Life After Professional Sports", "Keeping Our Boys Out of the Criminal Pipeline", "Etiquette Training", "Leadership & Entrepreneurship", "The Importance of Voting"
'?We have three Collegiate 100 chapters with over 300 students between the campuses of Texas Southern University, University of Houston & Prairie View University.
'?The 100 BMOH has more than 200 members in the organization in various fields (architects, doctors, attorneys, educators, etc.).
'?The 100 BMOH recently started a young professionals organization call the Emerging 100 which consists of recent college graduates to the age of 35.
'?Since 1994 the 100 Black Men of Metropolitan Houston has awarded over $100k in scholarships to graduating high school students.
'?The 100 BMOH have partnered with a variety of organizations around the country to assist those in need & improve the overall Houston community (Lebron James Foundation, Baylor College of Medicine, MD Anderson, etc.)
'?In 2015, 100 BMOH hosted a successful national conference that brought more than 5k 100 Black Members from all across the world along with Collegiate 100 & Mentees.
For More Information, please visit www.100blackmenhou.org or call 877-429-8614
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