Igniting Young Minds, Creating A Better Future
Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. Our goal is to work with parents, families, community partners, and schools to teach African American youth the tools needed to make the world a better place.
Beginning with early education, how the teacher nurtures your child’s talents will determine the path he/she will walk in life. Teachers are incubators that bring out the best of the child by stimulating their minds, inspiring them to do great things. Community and higher education partnerships open doors for our youth to have a better chance to enhance their talents and opportunities.
For 57 years, the 100 has educated African American youth, believing that all youth, regardless of race and socioeconomic status must have access to quality education.
We provide these youth with a fun, individualized teaching approach that prepares them for school and life while building their creativity. We’re not just tutors, we are inspirers and mentors. Helping children become the best version of themselves creating a better future.
African American History Challenge
National Scholarship Program
UPS, Curley M. Dossman, Jr., and Nathaniel R. Goldston, III
Project SOAR // Education Advocacy
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Drake University Law School Scholarship
Drake University Law School
EdChoice Education Awareness and Advocacy Initiative: Project Soar
Annual Scholarship Programs
100BMOA National Headquarters