Mentees who meet regularly with their BTM mentors are 52% less likely than their peers to skip a day of school and 37% less likely to skip a class. Youth who meet regularly with their mentors are 46% less likely than their peers to start using illegal drugs and 27% less likely to start drinking.

The BTM Foundation mentoring program focuses on improving outcomes related to education, risky behaviors, or social skills and relationships.

  • Relationships (such as relationship with a peer or parent
  • Behavior Problems (such as acting out, delinquency)

  • ​​Socio-emotional health(such as self-concept) ​
  • Education (such as graduation rate, grades, or attendance)

Young Men Society                   Young Men Society is the central program of the Boys to Men Foundation. At risk elementary, middle and high school students and their mentors participate in a structured program of support.                            
Entrepreneurs                     Entrepreneurs focuses on providing students with financial and business knowledge.  


Turnaround focuses on students who are chronically suspended from middle and high schools. 

Conversation With A Young Male​ 

Conversation With A Young Male​  engages youth involved in the juvenile county system.

"The success of BTM Foundation mentoring experience depends on the contributions and commitment of everyone involved in the mentoring relationship; the organization, the parent/guardian, the mentee and the mentor."

Location And Times

BTM has several locations in the North and South of Charlotte, where mentees meet once a week.  There also is community service every 3rd Saturday. Sessins are 6 to 7pm Tuesday through Thursday and 6;30 till 7;30pm on Monday