Mentoring the 100 Way 

Mentoring the 100 Way Across A Lifetime is one of our core programs impacting our community.

Collaboration between the home, the school and the community provides the foundation for the mentoring process. It is what is called the “Success Triangle.” This support, counsel, friendship, reinforcement, and encouragement from positive role models, has proven to be successful.

The 100 is committed to mentoring and supporting individuals as they pursue goals throughout their lifetime. Additionally, we focus on Health & Wellness, Leadership, Education, and Economic Development.

Workshops for children and youth include topics such as:

• Positive Self Identity and Personal Vision
• Life Skills
• Social and Emotional Skills
• Moral Character
• Work Ethic
• Lifelong Learning

Mentoring the 100 Way uses three different techniques:

1. 1:1 Mentoring
2. Group Mentoring
3. Tag Team Mentoring

All techniques focus on being S.M.A.R.T.:

Specific: Specific and clearly defined mentoring population
Measurable:Measure and evaluate effectiveness
Attainable:Setting goals that are attainable for the children and mentors
Realistic: Goals should be realistic (makes sense to the mentee)
Target Driven:The chapter should have a set target of pursuit

100 Black Men of Chattanooga, Inc.    PO Box 1201     Chattanooga, TN 37401     423-821-6700

The National Organization of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc., defines mentoring as an individual, personal relationship that is characterized by relevant and focused involvement conducted over a prolonged period of time between a youth and a 100 member. The member provides consistent support, guidance and target activities as the youth grows and matures. Within the framework of this growth and maturity, it is anticipated that the youth will experience difficult and challenging situations that require mentoring. The mentor’s goal is to help their respective mentee develop skills and confidence to be responsible for their choices. Emphasis is placed on improved academic skills, career development and social/emotional development. Signature programs include Mentoring the 100 Way Across a Lifetime and Collegiate 100.

Collegiate 100

The 100 Black Men of Chattanooga, Inc. has established the Collegiate 100 as an auxiliary organization comprised of African American male college students on the  University of Tennessee at Chattanooga campus. The collegiate members assist the parent organization with the development of the social, emotional, educational, and physical needs of young black males who have few or no positive role models in the communities where they live.

The collegiate 100 are mentors to the young men is our LIFE Academy and The Young Men of Distinction to promote literacy and conduct community service projects to help build a stronger Chattanooga and
North Georgia.