Year Up’s mission is to provide urban young adults with the skills, experience, and support that empower them!

Year Up’s mission is to provide urban young adults with the skills, experience, and support that empower them to reach their potential through professional development.

Some of your participants can get paid $500.00 weekly to go to school for one year (11 Months ) and make $6000.00 to $12000.00 per month after complete school. You cannot be older than 24 years old to be eligible.

The program is geared toward minorities to qualify more in numbers in the Tech Field.

Visit YearUP and find out more.


Best Men Can Be Campaign – The Confess Project

The Confess Project is a National Grassroots Movement that is committed to Training Black Barbers to Become Mental Health Advocates. With a recent partnership with Gillette and the #BestMenCanBeCampaign we will reach more Barbers across the United States with our State of The Mind Tour.

Listen to how this will impact young men across the nation.

CHOICES to Become a FireFighter

CHOICES to Become a FireFighter

CHOICES to become a Firefighter is part of the AMBLP programs offered to youth. 

The under representation of women and minority groups within corporate America is mirrored within the fire service. While great strides are being made, a continued and focused effort must continue.

Against this backdrop, Firefighter’s ABC’s formed the Firefighter Diversity Recruitment Council. We firmly believe that full representation of all societal segments, within the fire service, can and will be achieved. However, solutions will require heavy doses of creativity, ingenuity, new strategic initiatives and, broad alliances to offset the many challenges that abound.

We all recognize that the desire to become a firefighter is typically incubated at a relatively early age, especially when a young person relates to the uniformed person as a role model. However, this is less prevalent among minorities and women who might harbor the attitude of “If I don’t see any that look like me, then it’s probably not meant to be.”


To read more about the FireFighter’s ABC’s – please visit their web site.

If you are a Fire Chief please share with four other Fire Chiefs with at least one be from a state other than yours and kindly ask them to do the same.

The No More Violence▪No Shots Fired ‘Kill’em With Kindness’ Crusade Cook-Out

The No More Violence▪No Shots Fired ‘Kill’em With Kindness’ Crusade Cook-Out



This event is our response to the recent teen tragedies within our beloved city that has dramatically unsettled our children’s emotions and has caused immeasurable trauma within our innercity communities. (

FORT WORTH, TEXAS – The No More Violence -No Shots Fired Crusade invite volunteers to join us for the ‘Kill’em With Kindness’ Crusade sponsored in part by IN-N-OUT Burgers on Monday, June 25, 2018 starting at 12 noon at the Sycamore Pointe Apartments 2201 Sycamore School Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76134.

Contact Ms. Patricia Allen with No More Violence at 972-805-7648 or Rev. Kyev Tatum at 817.966.7625.

FORT WORTH, TEXAS – In an effort to share love to overcome the recent teen tragedies across our communities, No More Violence, Inc., has teamed up with In and Out Burger and No Shots Fired Fort Worth to launch the ‘Kill’em With Kindness Crusade’ in partnership with the Atlanta King Center’s LOVE FOR HUMANITY:
50 Acts of Service or Kindness Campaign. This free health and wellness event is scheduled for Monday, June 25, 2018 at 12:00 noon at the Sycamore Pointe Apartments.

We invite you to come and share with the residences as we spread love, peace and understanding. Contact Me. Patricia Allen with No More Violence at 972.805.7648 for more information on becoming a member of the Kill’em With Kindness Crusade.

We need as many collaborators as possible. Thanks, Patricia Allen and Kyev Tatum

Initial Sponsors:

▪No More Violence Link:

▪MLK 50 Forward:

▪The CommuniVersity Peacemakers:

▪It Takes A Village:

▪Fort Worth Midnight Basketball League:

▪All Pro Dad Fort Worth:

▪Real Dads Read:

▪ South Fort Worth Blues:

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