Author: Matthew Thedford

BTG 025: Relationship Building 101

Michelle Ngome (Author/ Networking and Marketing Strategist) shares how networking with mentors and other influential people can help youth through the transitions of life. Michelle also shares how opportunities of all shapes and sizes can come just by saying hello to a new person. We all want to make new friends, and Michelle tells how easy it […]

BTG 022: Empowering Young Women Of Detroit One Bowl Of SOUP At A Time

Amy Kaherl (Executive Director of Detroit SOUP) shares how women can be empowered by supporting eachother. Detroit SOUP is also celebrating their five year anniversary with a party at the Detroit Lions Ford Field. Amy will transform into DJ Amy Dreamcatcher for this rocking party, be there or be square!   Links: Facebook: Twitter:

BTG 021: Why Mentors Are Urged To Be More Open With Youth

Christopher Elliott, aka FriiStyle Gahspol (Gospel Rapper/Mentor) urges mentors to be open with their life stories from childhood. Childhood lessons from successful adults can have great impact and be easily taken by youth once they see the similarities. FriiStyle ends this interview with a wisdom packed and spirited spoken word piece(you gotta hear this one!!). Links: […]

BTG 020: Media Made By Youth

Rachael L. McIntosh (Artist/Author) talks about the lessons she learned about the media while working for a defence contractor during 9/11. She also shares with our youth how making their own news is better and more beneficial than believing what gets reported in mainstream news.   Links:

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