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New Program Director joins Boys to Men

  My name is Adam Young and I’m the new Program Director for Boys to Men. I grew up in the Finger Lakes region of central New York where I graduated from Cornell University with a degree in History before spending several years teaching English in Japan and earning a Master’s degree in teaching. I […]
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Addressing Masculinity: The ManKind Project & Boys to Men Mentoring

By Dee Spitler, BTM Mentor & MKP Leader In the wake of modern narratives surrounding sexual harassment, toxic masculinity, mass killings and staggering male suicide rates, two local groups are attempting to rebalance what it means to ‘man up.’ From an early age, we have an unhealthy ideal of masculinity that we try to live up to. […]
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A night of appreciation

What a blast! Boys to Men hosted our annual mentor appreciation night. An evening where the people who make such a huge difference in our community get to be celebrated for their work. We had giveaways for first time mentors, and mentors who have attended 10 Rites of Passage Weekends We heard some stories from […]
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New year – new beginnings.

We made our annual trek to Sedona with an amazing group of boys and mentors to mark the start of a new year. This year we had twenty folks out on the trail and, although it was a busy trail while we were there, we got to talk about what went well and not so […]
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Larry Levenson joins the team in 2018!

The team at Boys to Men is very excited to welcome Larry Levenson on board! Larry will be fulfilling our new Site Based Mentoring Coordinator position, and his duties will include contracting with new schools to increase the number of circles Boys to Men runs on a weekly basis, gathering outcomes data from the boys […]
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