Building Men & Respecting Women
"If you want to be somebody, If you want to go somewhere, You got to wake-up and pay attention!"
Boys II Men, Inc. (est. 1995), is designed to be a training activity where boys of various schools will increase learning about the development towards manhood. Along with our purpose of bringing boys and men together, our mission is that boys as well as men will see the importance of spending time with each other, getting away from instant self-gratification, and developing respect for all women. Our goal is that boys will see the need to be responsible for everything they choose to do. If boys can see men that are responsible, free of drugs, and can keep their family together, the potential for boys to become positive men is greater. When all is said and done, boys need to understand that the family and love is most important. Anything worth having is worth working for.
Boys II Men members meet on Tuesdays and Fridays with one organized function or meeting a month. Members in the 8th or 9th grade that have good standing in the program for at least one year are eligible for Lifetime Membership, which grants future participation of all functions associated with Boys II Men. Continuous contact with the members attending high school will help Boys II Men see the pride and responsibility associated with the organization. The final vision is to have our senior life timers graduate and to be recognized for completing one more step towards manhood.
He was born and raised in Indianapolis, IN.
He attended North Central High School.
He attended Indiana State University where he earned his Bachelor of the Arts in Industrial Technology Education. In 2003
Shortly after returning to Indianapolis Dr. Rascoe began teaching and developing his passion for working with youth. Between Wayne Township, Washington Township, Pike Township, and Jewel Christian Academy he has over 25 years of teaching and administrative service.
Currently Dr. Rascoe divides his time between his philanthropic efforts with Boys II Men, serving on the Traders Point School Board, and mentoring youth throughout the city. He is a member of the eastern Star Church for 22 years.
In 1995, during Dr. Rascoe's time at Metropolitan School District of Pike Township's Guion Creek Middle School, he searched for an opportunity to challenge boys to mature into young men who become prophet, provider, and protector of the next generation of youth.
"I would like to save the world. If I can save just one student, then my living is NOT in vain. Which one should I save? I must then save the World."
Phone Number: 317.531.7471
He attended Pike High School (2005).
He attended Purdue University (Mechanical Engineering Technology - 2009)
Product Team Analyst (2010 - 2014)
Engineering Technician (2014 - Current).
He enjoyes spending time with his wife and kids. He also enjoys playing any kind of sports game.
Boys II Men made an impact in his life when he was in middle school, and he wants to share that impact and give back to the next generation.
"As for me and my family, we will serve the Lord."
"What doesn’t kill me only makes me stronger."
Phone Number: 317.416.9743
He attended Vidalia Comprehensive High School (Vidalia, GA).
He attended Georgia Southern University (1997-1998), and is currently studying at Columbia Southern University (online)
Mr. Moore is currently a Staff Sergeant (SSG) in the U.S. Army (Active Duty). His career expands over nearly 17 years, with several assignments and positions held during his career. His experience includes serving as a Platoon Sergeant, Instructor, and currently an Observer Coach/Trainer at Camp Atterbury, IN). Mr. Moore has trained thousands of America’s Soldiers and prepared them for advancement in their careers in the classroom, and as well on the battlefield.
Currently, Mr. Moore divides his time by volunteering as a mentor at Boys II Men, and veteran’s programs in Indianapolis, and the Boys & Girls Club (Vidalia, GA) in his hometown.
As a child, it was easily identified that Mr. Moore was willing to help others around him in need. He has always went above and beyond to assist his peers, bring awareness to youth, and provide them motivation, purpose and direction. Mr. Moore’s mentoring experiences include communities in Oklahoma, Washington, several states throughout the south, to include his home state of Georgia.
"You must be the change you want to see in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi
He attended Avon High School
He attended Ball State University where he studied in Business Management
He spent some time after college searching the work force. He spent time as a diesel mechanic, and a construction foreman climbing 800-1000ft. cell towers. He enjoyed the field of real-estate and remodeling homes. It wasn’t until about 4 years ago when he found his true passion (boysiimen). He has since been dedicating his time to helping this program grow.
He loves spending time with his family. He has 10yrs of experience in coaching young athletes like his son and daughter. He spends a lot of his free time supporting his kids in their success.
His passion for mentoring stems from doing something to help others. He feels there is no better feeling than to see success in others and changing lives.
"If I can succeed today, then I can be successful tomorrow, All things are possible through Christ"
Phone Number: 317.902.1043
He was born and raised in Indianapolis and is the youngest of four brothers and one sister.
He graduated from Scecina Memorial High School in 1982.
He attended Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Technology.
While attending college, he began working for Arvin Exhaust in Columbus Indiana in various roles of increasing responsibility. Now, having more than 32 years in the automotive industry, he is currently Chief Engineer for Faurecia Emissions Control Technology; responsible for Ford Motor Company exhaust system applications.
He was an active parent and committee member of Boy Scout Troop 400 for more than fifteen years. He loves camping, biking, watching sports, and mentoring for BIIM.
Kenny wants to give back to those young men that have not had the opportunities he was afforded while growing up. Kenny wishes to follow in the footsteps of his father, who was a man that had great integrity and respect for family, friends, and the community? And most importantly, he loves to help young boys grow and develop to be productive members of our world.
“Never stop seeking knowledge”
“Happiness is having Family and Friends around to share in your joy”.
He graduated from Lawrence Central.
He was a student-athlete (4 year football player) at Franklin College majoring in Health Science/Fitness.
Division Head @Camp Weequahic
Track and Field coach @Franklin Community High Football Coach
New student Mentor @Franklin College
He is currently pursuing his National Strength and Conditioning Certification.
He wants to teach each cadet that they can succeed in this world by having fun, working hard and always be willing to learn.
“If you change your mindset, then you can change the world!”
Phone Number: 317.702.6316
He was born and raised in Fort Wayne, IN.
He attended South Side High School in Fort Wayne, IN.
He attended Indiana University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Management. He also attended Indiana Wesleyan University, where he earned his Master of Business Administration.
He worked with Rolls-Royce Corporation where he has worked for 38 years as Technical Analyst, Supervisor and Sales and Distribution Technical Controller.
He loves reading, walking, mentoring and doing community service projects with his Fraternity Omega Psi Phi Inc. He is a member of Mount Vernon Missionary Baptist Church for 38 years.
Growing up in a home without a father, he was blessed to have mentors in his life that helped guide and directed me to become a productive citizen who gives back to his community.
“It takes a whole village to raise a child.”
Phone Number: 317.437.5227
He attended Pike High School.
He graduated from UNLV (University of Nevada Las Vegas) with a degree in Secondary Education.
He was formerly a teacher and coach at Guion Creek Middle School for 6 years. He is currently a youth sports director at Midwest Sports Complex and a Mentor and Life-Coach for Boys II Men, Inc.
He loves Basketball and Baseball.
He wants to help others become all they can be.
“Treat others as you wish to be treated."
"Mr. J." was born and raised in Indianapolis, IN.
He attended Shortridge High School, Indianapolis, IN.
He attended ITT Technical Institute where he earned his B.S. Degree in Automated Manufacturing Technology (Robotics), and an Associates Degree in Electronics Engineering Technician.
He also attended the following:
Defense Systems Management College
Naval Air Training Group
Ivy Tech College
Mr. Jamerson was a true believer of going to school and training.
Mr. Jamerson began his career as a Production Machinist at Allison Transmission, and later was selected as the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Project Director for the State of Indiana. He later received his technical degrees, and chose a career with the United States Navy in the engineering field. His career rewarded him with the following credentials:
Mr. Jamerson enjoys Boys II Men mentoring and life coaching, Eastern Star Church greeter, community involvement, music, DJ, recording music and videos, photography, bowling and various outside activities.
Mr. Jamerson has always worked in the community, and helped create projects to keep children off the streets and out of trouble. He has served as an assistant Boy Scout leader, Job Corp Resident Advisor, Assistant Coach for the Forest Manor Little League Baseball Team, Tabernacle Little League Assistant Coach, Douglas Park Community Center Assistant Director, Brayburn Village Community Center Assistant Director, Saint Andrew’s Home School Association Board, 100 Black Men Mentor, Westside Ministries Mentor, Virtuoso Group, Mentoring Program.
Mr. Jamerson also received the Community Involvement Award (1987), Certificate of Appreciation (1988), and the Good Samaritan Award (2005).
“I love doing what I do, and that is…, doing what’s necessary to encourage and uplift a child to strive for his/her best, and help them to accomplish that mission.”
He attended Pike High School.
He attended IUPUI (Graduated 2012 w/ Bachelors of Science in Business—Major: Marketing from IU’s Kelley’s School of Business).
(2006-2013) Bridgestone of America--Direct Sales
(2013-Current) Launched his Company: Elevation is a Must LLC.--Entrepreneur/ Motivational Speaker/ Life Coach/.
He enjoys sports in general, reading, arts—music, dance, visual art, poetry, spoken word, and telling stories (He loves to be inspired by creativity).
He is also a competing boxer
He sees himself in the young men and he also sees a life full of potential. He wants to help the cadets see what he sees and more, so they can go and make a difference in their lives and the world that they live in.
“Elevation is a Must."
“A change in your life starts with a change within you."