HHS seniors and My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Fellows, LeBron Frazier and Isaiah Maines, recently completed a service project aimed at addressing the MBK milestone of “graduating from high school ready for college and career.” They were joined by 2022-23 MBK Fellows, Jarret Ford Jr. and Cayden Lee, who got a glimpse into the type of project they may be involved in during their senior year as MBK Fellows. The MBK Fellows program offers young men of color opportunities to gain leadership experience and be forces of change in their communities.
LeBron and Isaiah’s service project was a presentation to a diverse group of 8th graders to share tips on how to be successful in high school and after, including how to navigate the Common Application and College Search Process and an overview of the NCAA Eligibility portal for athletic scholarships. LeBron and Isaiah also shared general advice about being productive and positive citizens.
The MBK Fellows are mentored by Deputy McSween, the school resource deputy at Hudson Junior/Senior High School and an HHS graduate.