HNN MENTORING PROGRAM

The Eta Nu Nu Chapter is dedicated to supporting and uplifting fathers and young men in our community through our Fatherhood and Mentoring Programs. These initiatives aim to provide positive role models and guidance to individuals who may benefit from additional support and mentorship. Our Fatherhood Program offers resources, workshops, and events that focus on nurturing healthy relationships between fathers and their children, emphasizing the importance of active involvement in their lives. By fostering strong bonds and promoting positive parenting practices, we aim to strengthen families and create a supportive network for fathers to navigate the challenges of parenthood.

In parallel, our Mentoring Program pairs young men with experienced mentors who provide guidance, encouragement, and support as they navigate their personal and academic journeys. Through one-on-one interactions, group activities, and educational workshops, mentees develop essential life skills, gain confidence, and receive valuable advice on setting and achieving their goals. The program also provides a safe space for young men to discuss challenges, seek advice, and build meaningful relationships with positive adult role models. By investing in the development and well-being of fathers and young men in our community, Eta Nu Nu Chapter strives to foster a culture of empowerment, resilience, and growth, ultimately helping to create a brighter future for all.


For more information, please contact our Fatherhood and Mentoring Chairman, Brother Cassel Causey at 614.357.8868.

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Through an effective international District and Chapter volunteer workforce and organizational support system, programs, services and activities of the International Committee on Fatherhood and Mentoring Initiatives of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., are dedicated to: 1. bridging the gap of father absenteeism in the life of their children and families, and, 2. mentoring fathers and youth internally within the international fraternity and externally to the broader community.