My Brother’s Keeper Prince George’s county network is a 501c3 non-profit organization that engages the private and social sectors to create pathways to success for boys and young men of color.
MBKPGCN efforts are both national and local in scope, with an intense focus on opening doors to college and in the workforce..
Our focus is to create opportunities and pathways to college and careers while also reducing the unemployment, incarceration, and recidivism rate for men of color in Prince George’s County.
We want to better prepare our young men with skills that will increase the opportunity to be gainfully employed in meaningful careers that will allow young men of color to be productive citizens and providers in their families and communities.
My Brother’s Keeper Prince George’s county network will build upon the progress of local communities and municipalities by aligning individual organizations under one “Network”
Collaborating with community partners, private business, government agencies, subject matter experts and non profits. The Prince George's County Network of My Brother's Keeper will implement research-based best practices to identify and help remove barriers and obstacles to help young men maximize their full potential.
MY Brother's Keeper Prince George's County network will provide services in a more succinct and direct manner. Our programs will focus on character development, leadership training, self & cultural awareness, social justice reform, and job skills training.