Boys Track Pack - Personal Accountability Changes Teens
LET’S KEEP OUR YOUNG MEN ON TRACK!!!!!
& If not… let’s help get them on Track!
The mission of Boys Track is to support, influence and guide our young men through a
positive transition from boyhood to adulthood. To provide an opportunity for young men to change their perspective and attitude about who they are and develop skills to combat the social ills that promote negative behaviors. Our mission is to encourage positive character development through mentorship, exposure and education. The program focuses on the core principles of honesty, integrity, sportsmanship, respect, confidence, responsibility, perseverance, trust and judgment.
- To enhance the quality of life for young boys/adults.
- To improve school academics and attendance
- To promote academic achievements that lead to further educational opportunity
- To develop and encourage positive adaptive resolutions that lead to
- Violence reduction
- conflict resolution
- To provide a safe and nurturing environment that promotes social and emotional well being.
Healthy supportive relationships
Teen pregnancy reduction
Health and nutrition
Boy’s Track Activities
Meetings are held every Monday from to and once a month on Saturdays (time varies). The duration of the group is 5 months. Orientation will begin in February and closing ceremony will be in June. Please Note: Future groups will run for ten months.
Weekly workshops include concepts such as effective communication, conflict resolution, healthy relationships and violence prevention. Meetings will also include speakers who promote social/emotional well being of young men.
Monthly Saturday meetings focus on an array of cultural trips and outdoor activities.
Community Service Activity
Closing Program Exercise
Light Refreshments will be served
Tokens will be provided (as needed)
Boys Track Pledge
The Boys Track Program helps Stimulate young minds & raise expectations so they can…
Triumph over adversity & circumstance
Realize their inner abilities & goals
Acquire true respect for self and others
Commit to making a positive difference in the lives of others
Keep a positive attitude at all times
• Must be in the 8th, 9th, 10th or 11th grade.
• Students must be enrolled in school at time of enrollment into program
• Student must provide a copy of their most recent report card
• Parent consent
For more information or to register, please contact:
Andrew Williams 215-683-4162
Mentors: Andrew Williams- 267-339-4075
Bennie Ruth- 215-554-1579
Register Now!! Space is Limited
Program is sponsored by the Department of Human Services
Community-Based Prevention Services