The Network of Brothers is a Non-Profit 501(c)3 organization dedication to providing mentoring opportunities to under-served youth, providing family engagement, and community outlets in order to change, challenge or dispel negative perceptions.
Network of Brothers has an on-campus presence and are proud to work alongside South Early College High School. They believe in... "a personalized environment, service learning, and blended high school and college curriculum, SECHS will equip students to be effective problem solvers and college graduates who will make a positive impact on their local global communities."
We are here to provide at-risk young men (grades 3 - 8) with mentorship. These mentors address topics such as bullying, self-respect, respect of others, academic readiness and accountability.
During our Saturday sessions, our mentors coordinate instructional lessons and hands-on activities to address noted topics of concern.
Our academic mentors are assigned to student participants on a year-long basis. The purpose of this year-long assignment is to provide the students with a constant life / academic support.
Our mentors share their professional experiences with the students they work with and provide them with guidance related to their futures.
Student candidates are identified by the schools' administration, faculty, or by parental inquiry.
Parental involvement is essential to the success of the students' success in our program.
If you or someone you know is interested in being a part of the Network of Brother's student program then click here.