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  • Mentorship
  • Reducing gang violence
  • College & Career Readiness
  • Job Creation Workforce Development
  • Re-Entry Programs
  • Mental Health Programs

My Brother’s Keeper Prince George’s county network is a 501c3 non-profit organization that engages the private and social sectors to create pathways to success for boys and young men of color. MBKPGCN efforts are both national and local in scope, with an intense focus on opening doors to college and in the workforce..

My Brother’s Keeper Prince George’s county network will build upon the progress of local communities & organizations by helping these communities with technical assistance, resources, and subject matter expertise to form a collaborative community network that will align individual organizations under one “Network”. MY Brother's Keeper Prince George's County network will provide services in a more succinct and direct manner. My Brother's Keeper Prince George's County Network will focus on implementing programs for success in the following areas.

College and Career Readiness         Job Creation/Workforce Development

Mentoring Programs                            Mental Health Programs

Reentry Programs                                Reducing  Gang Violence


Community Need

Our focus is to create opportunities and pathways to college and careers while also reducing the unemployment, incarceration, and recidivism rate on men of color in Prince George’s County. 

We want to better prepare our young men with skills that will increase the opportunity to be gainfully employed in meaningful careers that will allow young men of color to be productive citizens and providers in their families and communities. 

We need your support so that our young men may discover and cultivate their skills and talents and blossom into young men that will have a positive impact on their communities. These young men are our future lawyers, physicians, engineers, entrepreneurs, college graduates, and workforce. They deserve an opportunity to change the course of their lives and their families.