The mission of the Beautillion Militaire is to further develop African American young men who have the capacity to be critical thinkers, culturally grounded, globally conscientious and purpose driven in their pursuit of productive relationships.
The Annual College & Scholarship Fair is a joint venture between the 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc. and Indiana Black Expo, Inc.On average, colleges and universities have awarded over $8 million dollars in scholarship assistance to local area college bound-students during the fair.
Collegiate 100 of Indianapolis is an organization comprised of college students who share the common vision and intent of the 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, Inc. – to improve the quality of life for young African Americans.
Dollars & $ense is a national program of the 100 Black Men of America and is provided locally by the “100” in partnership with the University of Indianapolis. During this 18-week program, students learn basic financial skills and develop, monitor, and assess investment portfolios.
Our Robotics Program is in partnership with IPS 43 students in the 4th – 8th grades. In this 12-15 week program, students meet weekly with mentors from Salesforce, Lilly Co., Delphi Automotive, Cummins Inc, and Rolls Royce. These leaders will provide insight into the mechanics of assembling robots, mentoring, and hands-on training of students to one day compete against their peers in local competitions.
The Summer Academy is a 6-week educational program for students in K-8th grade. For more than 15 years, 100 Black Men of Indianapolis has partnered with other community organizations to provide students with a balance of academic classes and a variety of recreational and creative activities.
As part of the 100’s partnership with local school districts, the Team Mentoring Program connects a team of mentors with 5th-8th grade boys in an 18 week program. he goal of Team Mentoring is to help each student become the best young man they can be.