Project King is a derivative program of Kings Feast Symposium. We take what we do in one day during our Kings Feast Symposium and spread it out over the course of an entire year during our Project King mentoring program. Project King is designed to provide Kings ages 12-18 job readiness skills and encourage them to become civic leaders within their community.
Our goal with this program is to educate our Kings and help them make better decisions as it relates to financial literacy, entrepreneurship, conflict management, social media image, and overall mannerisms and grooming.
We believe in “Kings Raising Kings” therefore, King Mentors are assigned to each King and are utilized throughout the program. King Mentors benefit the program by continuing to encourage and hold our Kings accountable for their decision making!
When & Where Do We Meet?
- Every 1st Saturday at the Renaissance YMCA (Fort Wayne) 10:00am-1:00pm
- Every 3rd Friday at Fay Biccard Glick Neighborhood Center (Indianapolis) 6:00pm – 9:00pm
- Every 3rd Saturday at Wheeler-Dowe Boys & Girls Club (Indianapolis) 10:30am – 1:00pm
Interested in coming to our next meeting?
- Have questions first? Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you like to become a Mentor?
- Please note, you must be over 21 years of age before applying
- If interested, please send us an email at email@example.com with the subject line “Interested Mentor”
Would you like to host or sponsor a workshop?
- We love partnering with our community, if you’d like to know more about hosting or sponsoring a workshop, then please send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Still have general questions?
If you are interested in receiving more information or if you have questions about this program, then please contact our Program Director Brandon Randall at email@example.com
Kings Feast Symposium
Kings Feast Symposium is our annual premier event where Kings and their Parents are able to network and establish relationships with career and community driven Professional Males and local colleges and universities. This is a impact-filled day equipped with character development workshops, a career and college fair, parent workshops, and a networking luncheon. This event is designed for the entire community, is free, and open to the public! Bloom Project Inc. is designed to bridge resources and opportunities for the community it serves. Kings Feast Symposium is our way of showing what real collaborations look like!
If you are interested in helping plan out or gain information about our next Kings Feast Symposium Event, then please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in donating towards this event, then please click on the donate tab located at the top of the screen.
Royal Mentality is our career and college preparatory program designed to ensure that our King sophomores, juniors and seniors are equipped with the workforce readiness skills, professional development and academic support necessary for their post-secondary transition.
Bloom Project Inc. prides itself for offering mentoring, college preparation, and overall youth and family programming and events for free or at a very low-cost. Our goal is to be able to reach all of the youth and their families that are in the communities we service. One way to do that is by partnering with other like-minded community organizations, churches, schools, and nonprofit organizations! We encourage and are open to working with community organizations who would like to either implement one of our signature programs in their facility or partner with us in hosting a community-oriented event. As an organization we believe that it does take a village to support our youth, Bloom has already acted on this through our notable efforts of coming alongside other local community organizations and advancing the youth and communities we serve. We are always interested in hearing ideas or possibly implementing our program in your organization. Please contact us now for a partnership meeting.