Our Leaders of Tomorrow
Since its inception in 1991, the NBMBAA® Leaders of Tomorrow® Program has mentored over 8,000 youth aspiring to leadership roles in professional fields.
If you have any questions, please contact Twhila Holley at (614) 452-2051
Leaders of Tomorrow Pillars
Leaders of Tomorrow is a comprehensive programmatic approach for providing leadership development to high school students.
The program offers participants resources, knowledge, and opportunities in the way of mentoring relationships, scholarships, and internships.
The program is driven by mentoring across four developmental areas:
Teach fundamental leadership skills and provide opportunities to practice and refine those abilities.
Instill financial responsibility with real-world examples, like setting goals, budgeting and exploring personal finance
Prepare students for higher education by providing test prep, on-campus experiences, and open dialouge.
Exposes students to potential career paths by providing mentors and exposure to real-world experiences.
Participating in the Program
Leaders of Tomorrow aims to provide mentors to high school students who have leadership potential and could benefit from exposure and mentorship.
Participating in the program includes:
Workshops are held monthly during the school year. Speakers present and conduct workshops on career-related topics.
Students have the chance to visit local companies, participate in community service and experience different cultures.
Opportunity to attend the National Black MBA National Conference, the largest annual gathering of black business professionals in the world.
Students will have assistance identifying and participating in case competitions to win College Scholarships.
From One Leader to Another
Xavier Prince is a senior at Reynoldsburg eSTEM early college where he is enrolled in the Computer Science Pathway. Xavier’s participates in numerous non-scholastic activities. He is a starter on the varsity basketball team where he received Ohio Capital Conference, (OCC) – Ohio Division 2nd team and has appeared in several different media outlets for his achievements.
This fall Xavier will attend Point Park University and major in Computer Science, he has accepted a full academic and athletic scholarship to play basketball. As a member of Leaders of Tomorrow (LOT) for the past four years, he feels that LOT has better equipped him to work in a team environment & provided valuable resources and lessons that have prepared him for the rigors of college. He has attend the prestigious Blue Blazer Ceremony at the 2018 National Black MBA Conference held in Detroit, MI.
Xavier is definitely a Leader and we look forward to seeing where his future will lead him!
Be a Speaker, Be a Mentor
We are always looking for adults to teach, motivate, and guide our LOT students!
Interested in becoming mentoring Tomorrow’s Leaders? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.