When was MOT founded?
Transitions:  Men of Tomorrow, Inc. was incorporated in 1989 as a 501c3 non-profit, charitable youth organization.

What makes MOT different from other programs of its type?
There are a number of outstanding church and school programs designed to help our youth.  MOT focuses on young men because we believe they are a resource in need of special guidance and education within today’s society.

What age groups does MOT serve?
We serve young males ages 9-17.  To date, almost 400 young men have been enrolled in the program.  Participants are expected to remain in the program through high school.  Older MOTs serve as role models and mentors for younger participants.

Where do you typically get your new recruits?
Each year, 15-25 new youth are enrolled.  Referrals are sought from Milwaukee County middle and high schools, churches, civic groups and individuals.

What is the cost of the program?
A registration fee of $50 is due upon acceptance into the program. MOT scholarships are available on a limited basis.  Obviously, this fee does not begin to cover our expenses so we reach out to individuals and organizations for financial help.

What is the size of the staff?
The program currently has 20 volunteer mentors reporting to an Executive Director.

Where do the sessions normally take place?
1616 W. Atkinson Avenue, Milwaukee, WI

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