NewYoungFathers.com (NYF) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that is committed to helping young men under the age of 25 to become responsible parents to their children through community outreach and education. Our dedicated team is comprised of education, business, technology, and media professionals that are passionate about helping young fathers overcome their challenges. In fact, many members of our team have shared the same experience of becoming a father at a young age and overcoming the challenges of fatherhood.
In addition to providing our interactive website and informational
DVDs /literature on an international level, we also provide practical educational workshops that educate young men in subjects of parenting skills, responsible behavior, relationships, child support, visitation, family budgeting, job training, fatherhood after incarceration, anger management, and much more. NYF conducts these workshops throughout the State of Michigan and Florida with plans to eventually offer them in every state.
Young Fathers Code:
Our Mission is to empower young men under the age of 25 to become responsible fathers through the provision of community outreach programs, support, media, and educational materials that serve to offer parenting skills, life skills, guidance, and education. Our goal is to guide and motivate young men to become fathers that raise children that are respectful, creative, productive citizens.
Our Educational DVDs are designed to help Young men with issues such as: adjusting to life as a new father, setting priorities to have the necessities to care for your children,handling baby mama drama, and living up to your potential!
Our Handbooks are a quick reference guide for Young Fathers. It explains the responsibilities of, what you should do if you and the mother of your children are no longer together, what you should do if you get a new woman in your life, what you should do if the mother of your children gets a new man in her life, coping with the stresses of fatherhood, and enjoying your children.
JD: Concentration Intellectual Property and Communications Law
B.S. Medical Technology
Ed.S, Educational Leadership, M.A. Teaching, B.A. History
B.A. Telecommunications / Media Arts
MBA in Strategic Management, Post-Graduate Certificate in Human Resources Management, B.A. in Community Services
MEd. Administration, M.A. Education, B.S. Sociology/ Psychology and Substance Abuse education:
B.S. Community Service
Paralegal Certificate of Completion
MSIS: Masters of Information Systems; B.S. Information Technology, Microsoft Certified Professional, CompTIA Network+
A.S. Broadcast Arts, Phi Theta Kappa, Cert. Radio and Television
M.A. Educational Technology, B.A. Communications
M.A. Education in the Teaching of Reading, B.S. Secondary Teaching of Health
Organization Development, M.A. Business Administration,
B.A. Business Administration
B.S. Food Sciences