Category Archives: Recent News

County Special Partnership Grant Expands to Community Youth Advance

Community Youth Advance has been accepted into the Ready for Work Capacity Building Program presented by The Prince George’s County Council and Venture Philanthropy Partners (VPP), in partnership with Fair Chance DC. This 3-year cohort program is the result of the council’s expansion of its special partnership grant initiative designed to support nonprofit growth in Prince George’s County. The grant […]

Raymond’s Story

“As an 8th grader at Kenmoor Middle, I excelled at football and basketball, and struggled in my classes. I was a C and D student. Sports had my full attention and that was a problem. I joined M2M for tutoring and mentoring. My mentors recognized my dedication to sports and helped me not only overcome […]

Dhevan’s Story

“I just finished my 10th grade year successfully, thanks to M2M. When I joined the tutoring program, I had a 2.75 GPA. The tutoring I received boosted my 2nd quarter report card grades to a 3.67 GPA. I continued with tutoring and remained on honor roll for both the 3rd and 4th quarters. My tutors, […]

JaAir’s Story

“I’m a 6th grader and I just finished my first year with M2M. I couldn’t get my grades above a C in my main classes. Thanks to M2M, I improved my grades to finally making honor roll for both the 3rd and 4th quarters. I was glad to be able to turn my grades around, […]

2012 Anger Resolution Workshop

I found M2M’s Anger Resolution Workshop to be an emotional, purposeful, life-altering event. The day began with a test, which, as I completed it, I was very astounded to discover that many of my behaviors and actions are a byproduct of anger.  Using the book Breaking Free From Anger & Unforgiveness by Linda Mintle, PhD, […]

Powerful Student Testimonial

This is my first year in the program and I am here to tell you how Mentoring 2 Manhood has transformed me in my journey from being a boy to a man.  Before I came to M2M I had challenges that kept me from living up to my potential. I seemed to always be in […]