Welcome to Boys II Men, Inc.


A Youth Group for Boys

Boys II Men, Inc. of Indianapolis is a 501c3 youth organization designed to aid young men through their development towards manhood. There are three programs within Boys II Men, Inc. each of which cater to a different age group but all teach the same mission, moto, and lessons. All programs promote personal responsibility, academic success, good citizenship, positive relationships, respect of women, and a lifelong love for learning.

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Boys II Men, Inc. is a 501c3 organization and donations are tax deductable. 


10/20 - Friday Night Session will be held at 1275 W. 86th Street (Sadhana Studio) 6:30pm - 9:30pm

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Registration is Closed
Boys II Men - for boys in Grades 7, 8, & 9
Boys II Men II - for boys in Grades 4, 5, & 6 

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Community Corner
Boys II Men will not attend these events as a group, but cadets, families, and friends are welcome to attend individually.

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Dear Students and Parents,
I know that many of you have concerns about how to make a college education more affordable. Through a new program called RaiseMe, students can guarantee scholarships from 250+ colleges as early as 9th grade, making it easier to plan financially for school; many Indiana schools participate in this scholarship program.
RaiseMe has proven to be a great tool to motivate students in high schools throughout the U.S. As an example:
• Get an A in a course ($100 - $1,000)
• Get a B in a course ($50-$600)
• Participate in a school club or sport ($25 - $250)
• Much more!
Team 2021 is among the first in the country to take advantage of this opportunity, which was launched with the support of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and U.S. colleges.
Here are a couple of easy ways to support your teen in using this unique tool:
1) Ensure that your teen creates an account at www.raise.me.
2) Encourage your teen to regularly add good grades, community service, extracurricular activities, and other achievements to his or her RaiseMe Portfolio to earn micro-scholarships from colleges.
3) Visit www.raise.me/parents for more information.
We hope using RaiseMe will make your student's path to college both more fun and affordable. If you have questions, I encourage you to send an email to support@raise.me or visit the website at https://www.raise.me/educator/learning
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Friends,

I serve on the board for MEPI and want to share this opportunity for Middle School and High School students interested in STEM.  

www.mepi.org

A brief orientation meeting is held on Sat, Oct  14th.  

The actual program sessions are held on the 2nd Saturday of each month, from 9am-noon beginning in November, and running until May.  
All sessions are held downtown at Eli Lilly.   The website has application and resources for questions, but feel free to call me for additional details.

Regards

Gene Hawkins
317.698.6216

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Monthly Flyers and Text Reminders

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