On Saturday, September 20, 2013 the 4th Annual Kings Feast Symposium will convene at the Indiana Government Center Auditorium, located at 302 West Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN. This event, hosted by the Bloom Project Inc. in collaboration with the Indiana Commission on the Social Status of Black Males and the Indiana Civil Rights Commission, is catered towards young minority males in the Greater Indianapolis community and surrounding areas who are considered to be the next generation of leaders.
Throughout the symposium, the young men will participate in various seminars and attend a networking luncheon where they will connect with professional men within their community along with their peers to discuss the day’s events. The overall goal according to the event’s organizers is to connect each young man with a professional male that is working within their desired profession to serve as a mentor and to assist them in any way possible.
Symposium registration will begin at 8:30 am and conclude at 3:00 pm. Registration is Free and will include lunch. A free parking decal will be provided with a confirmation of attendance.
Activities include; an Ice Breaker on social media by Brandon Randall the Bloom Project’s Site Director, a Real Talk discussion with Eli Johnson, Pastor of the People’s Church, and workshops discussing Mentorship (Facilitator: Dr. Lars Rascoe), Leadership (Facilitator: Corey Duncan), Civil Rights (Facilitator: James Garrett) and Sports & Hardwork (Facilitator: Dominique Price). The parents of the young men will also have their own class to attend entitled Parenting 101: Parenting Boys, facilitated by one Bloom Project’s Board of Directors Sherri Brown.
The Keynote Speaker for the event is Mr. Robert Jackson, Author and Motivational Speaker.
Professional Attire is required for all attendees: No gym shoes, jeans, or baseball caps. To register for this invitation only event email Arnetta Scruggs at email@example.com or call 317-758-8531. Space is limited to 150 young men and their parents.