“Clothes make the man.” Mark Twain
My Brother’s Keeper of Greater Richmond will hold one of its most popular programs, Suits for Success, on Saturday, April 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at MBK offices, 1618 Hull Street, Richmond, VA 23224. This session will introduce participants to the possibility of entrepreneurship. Previous workshops have focused on self-sufficiency, financial literacy, job search skills, and leadership among other topics.
After completing the workshop, MBK provides each participant with professional attire to secure employment, but Suits for Success is much more than simply a new outfit.
Suits for Success is one of MBK’s premiere outreach solutions that encourages young men to break the cycle of poverty; mentally, physically and spiritually. In addition to physically equipping each young man with apparel and accessories, our authentic manhood programs, career development tools and resources, and our network of support will equip, empower and encourage young men to thrive in work and in life!
The program is free to young men ages 16-30, but advance registration is required. Anyone interested in registering should contact Stephan “Coach” Hicks at firstname.lastname@example.org or 804-502-3239.