Kings Feast Symposium 2015 set for August 1st
The Bloom Project, Inc. in partnership with the Indiana Civil Rights Commission (ICRC) and the Indiana Commission on the Social Status of Black Males (ICSSBM), is hosting the Kings Feast Symposium 2015 on Saturday, August 1, 2015 at the Indiana Government Center - South in Downtown Indianapolis.
The prestigious event is catered toward young minority males 12-18 years of age, who are considered to be the next generation of leaders. Throughout the symposium, the young men will have the opportunity to participate in different seminars that relate to them reaching for success in every aspect of life.
The Bloom Project, Inc. Executive Director, Arnetta Scruggs, states "The importance of the Kings Feast Symposium 2015: Ready, Set, Go! are for young men to meet professional male leaders in the young men's interested career fields. They will also have the opportunity to meet with local colleges and universities and discuss the enrollment process. The goal for the Bloom Project is to have over 200 young men and 100 professional males in attendance,".
A featured component of the event is the networking luncheon. This session will allow young men to connect with males in their community from various professions, along with connecting with their peers.
The event is FREE and Registration is now open.
For more information view the Flyer, call (317) 758-8531 or e-mail email@example.com.
The mission of Bloom Project, Inc. is building youth into the next generation of future leaders in their community. They provide them with social, leadership, and financial literacy and management skills to prepare them for their roles in society. Through their programming they will learn relationship skills to decrease their involvement with substance abuse and criminal behavior. The Bloom Project, Inc. helps young men learn about the world of work, potential career paths, and the personal discipline, they will need to succeed.