"The primary mission of the 100 Black Men of Sacramento is to engage in the mentoring of young African American males"
100 Saturday Success Academy
Natomas Middle School
Mentors from the 100 meet with students from Natomas Middle School on a bi-weekly basis. Using the 100’s signature program, Mentoring the 100 Way Across a Lifetime® , students engage in a yearlong mentoring curriculum focusing on improving behaviors, decision making, and study habits in order to positively affect grades and attendance. Students in the program will be exposed to careers in the STEM field while learning coding and robotics throughout the school year.
Inderkum High School
Mentors from the 100 meet with students from Inderkum High School on a bi-weekly basis. Students at Inderkum will be exposed to mentoring through two different pathways; Financial Literacy & Entrepreneurship and Law & Leadership. The Financial Literacy & Entrepreneurship pathway is a 5-month initiative that upholds the integrity of the existing model (Mentoring the 100 Way Across A Lifetime) but focuses on the Four for the Future pillar of Economic Empowerment. The Law & Leadership Academy then gives students the opportunity to explore careers as an attorney and civic leadership.
Program applications can be obtained through the following link,
2020-21 NUSD Mentoring Programs
Application completion does not guarantee admission into the program.
Mentoring the 100 Way Across A Lifetime