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Services

Providing our clients with a variety of services, the knowledge, and skill to make positive decisions and changes in their lives

People can change, but first they must have to know how to change. Many troubled youth do not have a positive role model in their lives to help them know how to act responsibly or how to change. Through Straight Talk – Sound Direction individual mentoring, My Brother’s Keeper helped individuals to deal with the hardships in their life by helping them learn to live with Integrity, Respect, and Standards. During the mentoring sessions a connection, an atmosphere of trust, was developed with each client. An understanding of the client’s problems was developed and a game plan to address the problems was jointly prepared. Clients were told what they NEEDED TO hear, not just what they WANTED TO hear. Through a series of individual mentoring sessions the clients’ progress was tracked and clients were provided with the knowledge and skill to make positive decisions and changes in their lives.

One On One Mentoring

In our lives, most of us have had one individual, a teacher, a coach, a family member, who has been our guide, our trusted model who has positively influenced our life. Harry has helped us understand how to face and solve our problems, he taught us personal accountability and respect for others. Harry helped us understand how to control our lives and become productive citizens. He has changed our lives and helped make us who we are today.

Not everyone is that lucky. Many at-risk boys in our community have had no role model, no mentor, or worse a negative role model. My Brother’s Keeper has been that trusted mentor for numerous men and boys since its inception. My Brother’s Keeper will continue to be that trusted mentor for many at-risk boys in our communities.

Group Sessions

Group forum sessions are currently provided at area schools, juvenile detention centers, and the Brown County Shelter Care. They deal with issues affecting juveniles and help provide the life skills necessary to proactively prevent delinquent behavior.

 

 

School Services

My Brother’s Keeper founder Harry Sydney is available for following services at your school:

Middle and High School Services

45 min. to 1 hour Group Forum Sessions

Topics include:

  • Peer Pressure
  • The “IRS Code” (Integrity, Respect and Standards)
  • Academic Achievement
  • Gang Violence
  • Attendance

Fourth and Fifth Grade Assemblies

1 Hour Assemblies

Topics include:

  • The “IRS Code” (Integrity, Respect, Standards)
  • Peer Pressure
  • Academic Achievement
  • Attendance
  • Team Work

Public Speaking

Bio

  • Played professional football in the USFL, and for the San Francisco 49ers and Green Bay Packers.
  • Green Bay Packers running backs coach under head coach Mike Holmgren.
  • Formed My Brother’s Keeper Male Mentoring Program that has helped more than 9,300 boys and men with life’s challenges since 2003.

Topics

  • Goal setting
  • Leadership
  • Integrity, Respect, and Standards
  • Teamwork
  • Dealing with anxiety, depression, drug and alcohol abuse, and other issues
  • Success
  • Motivation and Inspiration
  • Responsibility
  • AND MANY OTHERS!

Booking Info

Call My Brother’s Keeper at (920) 884-1150 or contact us online.

Groups/Organizations

A few of the groups/organizations that had Harry Sydney speak at their events include:

  • Labor Management Council of Northeast Wisconsin
  • Holy Spirit School – Darboy
  • St. Paul Parish – Combined Locks
  • Silver Lake College
  • Pierce Manufacturing – Appleton
  • Living Green and Natural Health Expo – Oshkosh

Click here for a printable brochure!

For more info, call My Brother’s Keeper at (920) 884-1150 or contact us online.