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100 Black Men Of America, 24 Years Of Mentoring

 

ATLANTA-- The global membership of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. will hold its 24th Annual Conference, Mentoring the 100 Way across a Lifetime, at the beautiful Westin Diplomat Golf Resort and Spa in Hollywood, FloridaJune 16 -- 20, 2010.

This premier conference brings together the best minds in Business, Education, Law, and Medicine to provide a positive platform for mentoring today's youth, educating and training adults and empowering communities. The 24th Annual Conference will feature mentoring sessions on funding initiatives for mentoring programs, creating and sustaining credible mentoring programs, measuring the impact of mentoring programs and a mentoring certification workshop. "Sessions like these are critical to developing the army of mentors needed to provide guidance and influence that is transformative in the lives of youth,"stated Albert E. Dotson, Jr., Chairman, 100 Black Men of America, Inc. "In addition to certifying and developing mentors we are committed to providing tools and the curriculum to grow programs that yield measurable results."  

The 100 Black Men of Greater Ft. Lauderdale, Inc. is the host for this year's signature event which is sure to add excitement and ignite passion for mentoring in the Broward County community. "This conference will bring a collection of resources and brainpower to Fort Lauderdale for the purpose of galvanizing organizations, businesses, and the citizens of community to build stronger families and empower communities in Broward County," states Dennis Wright, President, 100 Black Men of Greater Ft. Lauderdale, Inc.

The 100 Black Men of America, Inc's, membership totals over 10,000 and the five-day conference will attract national and industry leaders from across the US and Abroad. "Greater Fort Lauderdale continues to be a hot destination for African-American conferences and gatherings.  To have such a prestigious organization as the 100 Black Men of America to choose to host their annual convention here speaks volumes. With more than 3,500 attendees expected, the organization will leaveGreater Fort Lauderdale with an economic impact of more than $4 million dollars as well as national visibility with the many VIP's that will attend this conference," states Albert Tucker, Vice President of Multicultural Business Development, Greater Ft. Lauderdale, Convention and Visitors Bureau.  

For more information about the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. 24th Annual Conference visit us at www.100blackmen.org, or call us (404) 688-5100.

   

 

 

SOURCE 100 Black Men of America, Inc.

 



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