100 Black Men of Philadelphia, Inc. - Online Membership Application
100 Black Men of Philadelphia, Inc. - Online Membership Application
Thank you for your interest in membership in the I00 Black Men of America, Inc., Philadelphia Chapter. Our mission is to improve the quality for our citizens and enhance the educational opportunities for African Americans and other minorities. Our particular commitment is to African American male youth.

CHAPTER MISSION | To educate and empower youth, their families and our community

MOTTO | "What They See Is What They'll Be"

The application process as follows:

Visit our web site at www.100blackmenphilly.org to find information on our Chapter's history, programs, and calendar of events.

Complete the online application. Submit the following requirements to office@100blackmenphilly.org

- 2 reference letters
- 1 page essay [what you can bring or do to foster the mission of 100 Black Men of Philadelphia, Inc.]
- complete a criminal & child abuse clearance (Invitation to complete background check will be sent to you via email)

Following receipt of your application package, an interview will be scheduled with a panel.

Once your application process has been completed [along with applicable volunteer hours]; you need to select at least one committee you will actively participate/contribute towards.  An official invitation to join 100 Black Men of Philadelphia upon Board approval. At that time, you will need to remit the applicable membership dues, a headshot, and brief bio that will be used for your membership announcement and pinning ceremony.

Your time and financial contribution will help us realize our goals, and strengthen our communities with young men who will be better equipped to meet the challenges they face today. Again, thank you for your interest and welcome to the 100 Black Men of Philadelphia, Inc.

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