Divisions & Chapters
100 Black Men of Metropolitan St. Louis
The 100 Black Men of Metropolitan St. Louis is an organization that was created in direct response to the growing number of young people that are either falling through the cracks at school or are already entangled with the juvenile court system. The goal of the organization is to identify youth who are going to have a turbulent transition to adulthood and offer positive support system to avoid the pitfalls that can derail their lives. The focus is slightly different at each level but the goal remains the same; empower the young person to make positive changes in his/her life. The organization also provides Health Initiatives and Economic Development Workshops for the community at large. Thus, the primary function of The 100 Black Men of Metropolitan St. Louis is to provide opportunities through initiatives, known as our signature “Four For The Future” Programs in the area of Leadership, Education, Health & Wellness, and Economic Empowerment.
Emerging 100 of Metropolitan St. Louis
The Emerging 100 of Metropolitan St. Louis is a division that was created to support the four pillars of the professional chapter (Mentoring, Education, Health & Wellness, Economic Empowerment) but with a focus and desire to nurture and enhance the growth, development and opportunities for African American males between the ages of 25-39.
Today, the Emerging 100 of Metropolitan St. Louis is a vibrant professional association whose main purpose is to enhance the social networks and career opportunities of its members while adhering to the four pillars of the national organization. All activities of the E100 are coordinated in compliance with the planned objectives of the professional chapter as they relate to existing relationships with local schools and other entities that provide services to youth and our community.
Collegiate 100 of Metropolitan St. Louis
The Collegiate 100 is a co-ed organization affiliated with the 100 Black Men of America’s Metropolitan St. Louis chapter. The purpose of this organization is to commit to volunteer-ism and improve the community through mentoring African-American youth. We foster an environment of education, community leadership and success. Partnering Schools include: Harris -Stowe State University, Lincoln University, University of Missouri-St. Louis, Washington University and Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville.