Rapper Joey Bada$$ has announced the launch of his new mentorship program called the Impact MENTorship program which is aimed at providing free mentorships for Black men in United Staes and Puerto Rico.
The program according to information provided by the organization's website, is open to all black men 18 and above where the mentees receive both career guidance and personal guidance in addition open applications for people who want to be mentees to be open from the 15th of October.
The announcement was made via Joey's instagram where he wrote , “I’m excited to announce that I’ve been silently working on a free mentorship program for men of color in the US & Puerto Rico called @impactmentorship. Inspired by my friend @sophchangnyc & @unlockherpotential” .“I recruited an impressive network of incredible mentors in the areas of ART, CULINARY, FASHION, FILM/TV, MEDIA MUSIC, and SPORTS," he continued. “Starting with myself, I will be announcing new mentors everyday until applications open on the 15th.” he condluded.
Jaylen Brown of the Boston Celtics, fashion designer Tremaine Emory, and 19 Keys are among some of the people who have been announced as mentors in the program.
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