We’re excited to kick off an historic project in Racine…
Excited about our community service project, Planters for the People, Planting The Seeds for Growth! A collaborative community service project lead and created by our amazing youth of Sentinel Mentors. Involving community partners, This is a unique training opportunity where our youth will learn how to use tools of the trade to design and build beautiful flower garden planters for the community. Youth will develop skills such as the safe use of power tools, 3D Printing & graphic design software as well as learn about construction materials, terminology, and MORE! We have a few more spots available for youth 5th - 12th grade.
Our young people will build, design and decorate flower planters out of concrete, as well as wood.
In collaboration with Wayman AME Church, our students will also learn about the unique history of Wayman AME church and use that rich, unique history as design cues and references in the design and finishing of their flower planters.
To sign your child up to participate in the Planters For The People project, click here to register.
Sentinel Mentors is excited to announce our 20/20 Vision Campaign! Our campaign is about helping our young people visualize their futures by attending the 2019 Spring Break College Tour. This effort is to engage the community to help us support one of our Sentinel Mentors visit amazing and historic universities such as Spelman College, Morehouse College, Howard University, Grambling State University, and over 10 other colleges and universities on the 2019 Spring Break Tour.
ways to donate
You have options to contribute:
Credit Card (online)
Check or Money Order :
To pay by check or money order, please mail checks or schedule a pick up. When mailing, please mail to:
3433 Douglas Avenue.
Racine, WI. 53402
Putting Our Money Where Our Mouth Is
To help the community and our young people, Sentinel Mentors and Sentinel Mentors Industries LLC is contributing the first $200. The tour cost is $600, Sentinel Mentors is providing $200 of that cost, so our goal is to raise the $400 difference by 20 people donating $20 to the cause! WE CAN DO IT!
March 2, 2019 was an epic evening of celebrating art, black heritage and unity as Sentinel Mentors kicked off its first annual Black Visions Art Exhibition. The exhibition is an opportunity to exhibit visual art created by black artists from around the United States. The theme of the exhibit is “Celebrating UMOJA!”.
The stellar evening brought together art lovers from all walks of life to take in amazing artwork, live musical performance by the Kevin Wayne Brown Jazz Quartet, catered hors devours and delectable desserts. Sentinel Mentors CEO and founder, Scott Terry stated, “tonight was an evening of community, many people from all walks life coming together for one purpose, to celebrate the rich heritage of black culture through the visual arts. It was beautiful”
Although the reception is over, you can still view the exhibition during the month of March. The show continues on March 9, 12PM - 5PM at 3433 Douglas Ave. Racine, WI.
Black Visions 2019 is free and open to the public every Saturday in March. For inquiries please contact us, email@example.com
The next meeting for the 2019 Spring Break College Tour is December 22, 2018, 2 PM. The location of the meeting will be Wayman AME Church, 424 North Memorial Drive. Youth and chaperones can sign up for the tour at the meeting.
We’re excited to announce the launch of our Sentinel Mentor program at Park HS, in Racine, Wisconsin. We’ve started with a new group of Park Panthers, the Class of 2017. Our young leaders range from 9th through 12th grade. The Sentinel Mentor Park HS Class of 2017 will be an amazing year of growth, learning and support! We’d like to thank the staff of Park and RUSD in their support. #SentinelMentors
A few of our young Sentinels were able to participate in a college tour over Spring Break. It was an opportunity of their lives for many as this was the first opportunity they had to travel outside of Wisconsin. For many, it was also their first experience on a college campus. Youth traveled to Historically Black Colleges and Universities such as the prestigious and historic Spelman and Morehouse Colleges. In addition, other schools visited were North Carolina A & T, Clark Atlanta University and Norfolk State.
To see photos check out the Sentinel Mentor Twitter account at @sentinelmentors
Clark Atlanta University
The Sentinel Mentors program was recently given an award at its annual awards ceremony. Sentinel Mentors was awarded the Educational Support Program of the Year by the Kenosha - Racine Chapter 1123 of Phi Delta Kappa.
Phi Delta Kappa is a professional association for educators that brings together the top leaders, thinkers, and doers to collaborate and inspire one another.
To accept the award was co-founder, Scott Terry.