About

The Brotherhood a non-profit organization dedicated to giving African American students the guidance and support needed to reach their greatest academic potential. The Brotherhood gives these young men a community of dedicated mentors and positive role models – establishing a meaningful relationship of trust and encouragement that begins early in their academic career and follows them into adulthood. It is our goal to ensure that each and every student is given the opportunity to utilize their education, hone their personal talents and achieve successes in the real world. The Brotherhood was first established in response to the persistent disparity between groups of students, especially those defined by their socioeconomic status, race, and gender. Major groups like the U.S. Department of Education and the Education Equality Project have dedicated years researching what causes these achievement gaps, particularly among low-income minority students, and all evidence suggests that positive influences in schools and the greater community are what impact academic performance most. Though The Brotherhood targets African American males specifically, our organization is all-inclusive and does not segregate our members based on gender or ethnicity. By reaching out to African American males, our organization seeks to address the social stigmas and stereotypes that affect this demographic in particular. Though the organization is less than a decade old, The Brotherhood has demonstrated a consistent trend of improvement in the average GPA and demeanor of members; resulting in a higher rate of students pursuing college and trade schools as a post-secondary education. In the next five years, it is our goal to expand our model to new schools and cities, reaching young African-American males across the country through cooperation with parents, educators and other non-profit agencies.

 

Board of Trustees

The Board of Directors consists of five members serving two-year terms. The board is charged with the general supervision of the organization and the exclusive control and direction of all funds of and appropriations to the organization unless otherwise provided by law.

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The Brotherhood Administration

The Brotherhood's Administration consists of 6 units that serve the entire Brotherhood organization. These units, which provide critical support services to Brotherhood's chapters throughout the State of Colorado, as well as the Office of the President in Aurora.

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Smoky Hill Chapter

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Advocate for The Brotherhood

Colorado needs more African American males to create highly educated workforce, grow our economy, and engage the community as whole. With your support we can keep The Brotherhood and Colorado strong.

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Building Bonds

The Brotherhood works closely with local schools, universities, and organizations to close the achievement gap, advance the economy and culture of Colorado’s African American community.

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