Letter from the Director
The role of a mentor has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember, and the Brother to Brother mentoring program has allowed me to make this dream a reality.
The ultimate goal of our program is to help young people become productively engaged adult citizens—law-abiding, connected to meaningful work, in healthy relationships, and living in healthy environments. African American boys are likely to experience different outcomes as adults as, they face disproportionately high rates of suspension, expulsion, and drop out from high school, and are more likely to go to prison than to go to college, and to father children they will not live with or parent.
We welcome all young men in the program, no matter their background, and look forward to inspiring them to reach for their personal greatness.
My goal as a leader is to empower the youth to understand who they are and what they can become
if they would tap into their God given talents and realize their purpose in life. It is with great pleasure that I have touched the lives of many of the young men who have gone through the program and we still have much more work to do.
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Montclair's Mayor Robert Jackson
Pays A Visit to Brother to Brother
Joe introduces NJ Senator Nia Gill our 2018 keynote at the Annual Father's Day Breakfast and Award Celebration
Joe congratulates Dr. Aaron X. Smith "The Rapping Professor" from Temple University, our 2019 keynote speaker, at the Annual Father's Day Breakfast and Award Celebration
To request more information:
Visit our Office on Tuesdays between 5:00 -7:00 PM during meeting nights or phone our Parent Liaison, Gloria Brown at 973 404 7963 x804 or send an email to
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